eLoan.comIs a scam!

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We went online to try to get a payday advance, we went to eloan.com and applied for a personal loan, we were approved for a $5,000.00, within a couple of days we received faxes where we just had to sign it, fax it back with proof of identification and they were charging $770.00 on insurance to guarantee the loan, because of them having such a reputable name we went through with it, sent them an entire paycheck to get this loan, we did this on a wednesday, they said the money would be deposited into our account via wire transfer by that friday, well it never came, we immediately started calling eloan.com, as it turns out, someone is hacking into their website and scamming people out of the hard earned money they have made, according to the "real" eloan company, there is nothing that can be done other than report it to the fraud dept., as of this date, we still have not gotten the $770.00 back, we have called them and been cursed at, they actually had the nerve to say if we would send another $600.00 in taxes they would release the loan to us still, beware if you go to the eloan.com website, they do not do personal loans, this was a surprise to us!!!

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    alan e capl Dec 07, 2020

    Shelf Corp Giant sold me the aged corporation that I wanted to start a business without the hustle of the paperwork. Goal achieved.

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    mongan lee Feb 27, 2020
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    Hello everyone, I'm super excited today. I saw comments from people who had already received a loan from [email protected] and then I decided to sign up based on their recommendations. A few hours ago, I confirmed a total of 10, 000 euros that I had requested from my own bankaccount. This is really great news, and I advise anyone who needs a real loan to submit an application via email: [email protected] or whatsapp her on +[protected].

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    maddison ashraf Jan 25, 2020
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    BShepardOrtiz Jul 24, 2019
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    I received a Mail Delivery System re Undeliverable Mail. Host: [email protected]

    I did not submit a request for any information.

    Someone is using my email, name to request this information.

    I have filed ID theft reports.

    Advise where you received the name: barbara ortiz, [email protected]

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    Letha Carder May 29, 2019
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    The number they called from is an Orlando number [protected]

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    Letha Carder May 29, 2019
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    We should all get together and file a class action lawsuit against the real company Eloans because their systems have been breached and hacked and your real information is out there when I declined the loan I was sent a nasty text message and harassed severely. If anyone is interested email me at [email protected] subject line Eloans class action suit.

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    Mrdand Mar 25, 2019

    This company tested me with a approval for $5000 at $153.00 a month for r6 months, they also specified that no extra fees or hidden charges. Also, if I never filled out an app for Eloan and the company I did apply said that my personal info was encrypted 128-bit and that's a lie.

    Than you
    Daniel Davis

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    Letha Carder May 29, 2019
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    @Mrdand We should get together with others and file a class action law suit against them . Because there info gets hacked and breached and our information gets taken by real scammers

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    June Luider Feb 25, 2019

    They told me I was approved for a loan & now thanks to the scammers my bank got scammed out of over $4000.00.

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    Arnm2004 Dec 21, 2018
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    This people waist your time asking for so many things, after applying for a loan and giving them all they asked me they couldn't go foward with the application because the time expired. wtf! really when I gave them all the documents and with really excellent credit score in time, now they said you have to reapply for the loan. my opinion, if eloan is going to ask you for so many information your timeframe should be a month, that way you can verify all the documents and information to make a better decision,.. 7 days, really! and the big thing that get me irritated it's that they keep your secure information from the person who apply. you are a fraud... simple.

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    Kirk110218 Nov 02, 2018

    I got a spam text from e-loan finance Alex Martin. Posting here so google search will pick up the phone numbers and lead someone here before they get scammed.
    text came from [protected] and asked to call them back at [protected]
    After reading the stuff posted here you should not talk to these people.

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    TAYLORP Oct 19, 2018

    Call came from a majic jack number: [protected] person identifies himself as eloan loan representative calling to confirm information I had provided on my eloan application online. he had my drivers license number, he had my ssn he had all the information I had put on my eloan application. I have immediately contacted the usa federal trade commission,.. after telling the caller I would not download his application and that everything I do must have a papertrail. I requested documents emailed that my attorney could look at prior to signing anything.
    The telephone number for the federal trade commission is: [protected]. do not send anyone any money. do not sign anything without talking to a lawyer to confirm its legit.

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    Bambipeaches Oct 15, 2018

    Plz don't fall for these scammers like I did. they pray on people who need help desperately and will leave your account negative!!... how do they sleep at night??? prosecution pending!!!

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    Wasn't got Sep 12, 2018
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    A guy from eloan contacted me as well his name was thomas cook he called me from [protected] and a [protected] but they didn't get any money from me, as soon as I got off the phone with him I pulled up this website. be also sent me a text message which I still have, I was approved for a 7000 dollar loan.

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    Ethan Tan Ee Wey Sep 02, 2018
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    Hi skout :

    My account in skout was blocked, please help me to unblock and I would like to know what reason was to block my account, thanks

    Ethan Tan Ee Wey
    Log in email : [email protected]

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    Vaheleo Aug 30, 2018

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    Pierre H. Jul 17, 2018
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    I have this number where I spoke with an indian guy named james cooper [protected]. he said, I was approved for a $5, 000 loan with a repayment of $152/mo. says, he’ll deposit between $850-$1, 000 in my bank account and all I have to do was take that money out and send it back to him thru moneygram, greendot, etc. and then i’ll receive my $5, 000. definitely a scam if I have to send money to you. now, he hasn’t said anything about me sending any personal checks or any of my money to him. I don’t have any money in my account for him to steal anyway. but, none the less, this whole thing is still kind of sketchy.

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    Sugar La Jun 26, 2018
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    I read plenty of reviews with this company. I was pre approved for an amount that’s pretty huge. The interest rate I got wasn’t horrible compared to avant. Avant- is quicker but Eloan was legit. I read reviews saying it’s all scams. No, they took about 4 days to review my loan application. They did send some emails about signing and boom. I was approved. I’ll keep an update on what next happens but so far they are very friendly. Very well spoken in English and no up front fees. Just be cautious and only call the number on the actual site. I didn’t get any scam calls. No I am not getting paid to write this review. I’m just saying to those who are afraid to try them out, they worked for me. No upfront fees too like avant

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    Sugar La Jun 26, 2018
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    @Sugar La Also took less than 24 hours to come in. Avant took 5 days

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    mrive May 21, 2018
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    Has anyone filed criminal charges against these people if you can you advise me of details.. thank you

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    hopejoy1 Feb 02, 2018

    Hello everyone I just got my loan of $25000 to start up my business and also pay for my childs school fees from [email protected] without stress and in less than 24hours I will also advice everyone out there to contact them now at [email protected] to also get their loan within 24hrs.

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    Screwedoutofmyhouse Dec 02, 2017

    $185 was my loan in 2011 from "the danner brothers" jeff and robert in the late 70's their father bobby started the processes that have revolutionized disinfection and sanitation practices around the globe. this multi million factories is named bio-cide located at 2650 venture dr, norman, ok 73069. I befriended "the danner brothers" a short time ago in 2011 when robert (established real estate broker working for remax in las vegas) he was experiencing a nasty divorce just as I was. we seemed to be treading in the same waters due to my ex back in connecticut. robert informed me of his brother jeff who lived in norman, ok and would be willing to "hold the paper" on the house of my choice for 7 years once I found my future home 620 kenny way. since robert was the real estate broker and jeff was the money man this was a matched made in heaven. jeff had capital very rich man

    Jeff why can't you keep your word?? why do some people never live up to a commitment?? this is referring to my house. remember that day in 2011 when both jeff and robert said during our hand shake "congratuluations" "you have made a great purchase". considering the signed agreement was $185k in 2011. house is worth $340k in 2017. i’ve paid 175k but jeff wants another 297k. i’m gathering all facts in order for my full story to be seen/ heard by all.

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    maflague Aug 01, 2017

    They just called me and told me I was approved for 3000 and wanted me to go to closest walmart and get a 200.00 money gram and send it to them. I told them I wasn't comfortable and hung up and came online as I had a feeling it was a bad deal. some of these posts are dated back quite a few years and they are still doing it. i'm surprised they have got by with it this long.

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    fortch706 Jul 19, 2017
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    E loan inc. is a total scam.in my case they deposited the funds into my checking account. it took 3 days for the funds to become available and the check still bounced. if it sounds to good to be true it is. e loan inc is a total scam! be careful they deposit the funds to get access to your account, then they steal the little money you do have.

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    Rod N. York Sep 15, 2016
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    They have UPGRADED their techniques. They now ask you for your online banking credentials so that they can do a check deposit from a cell phone. Whatever you do, don't give them your online banking credentials. Because if you do, they're going to deposit a check into your account using a mobile phone and ask you to send the money back to them. They tell you don't login until 6am and to call them back at 7:30am. When you login you will see $1800 in your account. When you call back they will give you instructions to wire the money back to them from a walmart or western union and to use your debit card to wire the money. BUT although the funds are available in your account, the check still hasn't cleared with the issuing bank. That can take up to 3 days or more. The check is going to bounce and your bank is going to debit you -$1800. You basically sent them 1800 of your own money because you have to pay your bank back for the bounced check. Basically, if anybody tells you to send them money for a loan, it's a scam. If they ask you for your bank credentials, it's a scam. If they don't follow Truth In Lending Act laws by disclosing to you all of the credit terms in writing and have you sign a contract, then it's a scam. And if you're speaking to an Indian guy with a white name, such as Peter Wallace, it's a scam. Sorry but it's true.

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    Pamela Malu Aug 16, 2016
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    I applied for an Eloan. Indian speaking guy said I was approved for 3000 and pymts would be 150 x24. He had all my personal information, even banking info. He advised me that I need to give him my online banking user name n password to my bank account which he already had routing number n checking account number. I refused he said the reason was so they could have proof they deposited the money into my account since everything was done electronically. I refused again. After numourous times telling him I didn't feel comfortable giving my online info he finally said ok and we hung up. I'm sorry but if your making a deposit to another account there is a paper trail. NO WAY was I giving him my online access!!!

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    Khloek Jul 09, 2016

    I was just dealing with this company today.. They are torts SCAM Artist. They said they where gonna transfer money to me and I was to withdraw it and send it back to them. When that happened I started asking questions like the company info. They put a fake check in my account when I said I wasn't going to deal with the company I blocked them and then they had the nerve to have a fake police officer who doesn't know what part of North Carolina he works in sent me an email saying I was gonna go to jail and sent a fake warrant that was made is a word processor!

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    frangogg30 Jun 18, 2016
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    E loan... i was almost scammed. I was pre approved for $3000. The approval came through text message from # [protected]. Same deal as all the above same indian rep, this time his name was eric. He stated he needed my bank username and password to verify my acct before deposit. BIG RED FLAG!!! He then asked me to deposit 300 into my acct so they could withdraw and then they would deposit my funds. I said " hell no" im reporting you. He then told me to take my report and shove it up my p***y... WTH!!! i hung up and he then proceeded to harass me through text message. I have them saved just somebody tell me where to send them.

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    V Diaz May 18, 2016
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    I have been dealing with this same issue. First I get a call from an Indian dude stating I was approved for a loan from $3000-$10, 000 and as he ask me questions I answered them. He asked for the last 4 digits to my SS# which I gave then he asked for my account and how long I had it opened for. He then asked for my routing number and account number stating that I would receive the cash but after review asked for my SS# and came back stating that due to my score they had red flagged and would need for me to receive $2000 from them then turn around next day and send through money gram. He stated I would need to go to wal mart in the AM and they would call me to give me the info of where to send. Once I sent back then the red flag would be lifted and they would deposit $10, 000 into my account. I asked about paper work and what I had to sign so the emailed me the paper work showing what was the term of my note and when I would be scheduled for my payment. They never asked me to send that contract back. I gave them my SS#, acct#, routing#, bank login and PW. After reflecting I realized this does not sound right at all. I have called my bank and reported the fraud and they have advised to close my account and reopen a new one. I logged into my online acct and changed my password. But they now have my SS# and I hope that they will not use my acct since I still have money to use it for anything until I can go in the AM to close the acct out.

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    Rachel0677 Mar 25, 2016

    Well I wish we would have seen all these posts yesterday, we too have been taken by this scam! We were approved for a $6000 loan from online but needed to pay by Western Union $210 for Insurance, once we did that the money was supposed to be posted in our account. Well the money was not posted in our account so we called Hayley Watson @ [protected] and she said we needed to send $320 more and it would be released. After investigating all of this we found these comments and my husband called the actual Advance America home office and they confirmed this is a scam. Hayley Watson had us send a money order to Jessica Rivera in TX for the $210 and then wanted us to send a money order to Jeremy Jones in TX for $320. After my husband talked to Hayley again to let her know they have been turned in she hung up on him. Please do not fall for this scam. We sent them the $210 only because we were desperate, my husband has been off work for a while and was trying to get caught up on bills and now this!!! DO NOT SEND MONEY!!!

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    KR777 Jan 29, 2016
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    I applied for an online advance. I started getting emails about receiving 2000$ in my bank account and paying 91.25 a month for 24 months. Sounded good to me. So they told me to deposit a check into my account and then pull the money out and moneygram them the money. I WISH I WOULD HAVE RESEARCHED BEFORE I DID THIS!!! I moneygram the money to someone named Carl Tutt in Toledo, OH. I should of known not to, but with the promise of $2000 i went against my better judgement. NOW, i have received a nasty text message with all types of foul language and my checking account is being closed because of this whole thing. On top of everything else, I am short on rent money that they made me have to pay because their check was returned. I don't know what i am going to do, all i do know is that GOD sees all things.!! HE has the best revenge!!! PRAISE THE LORD for the trials and tribulations we go thru in this life.!!

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    NanaAma Oct 07, 2015
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    Thank you all for posting about this company. They sent me an email on a"letterhead" that I was approved for $5000. They had all my info since I did try to apply for assistance online. The guy was Indian with a Caucasian first and last name. He kept placing me on hold and and kept saying "congratulations ok". He then told he had to transfer me to his manager to process my assistance which could be deposited within an hour. His " manager" was finishing another call so he would call me back. He called back and stated that they are a real company and they know there are a lot of scams but they are not part of it. The manager came on the phone to verify info and also told me what a legit company they were. After a minute I was transfered back to original rep. Who then told me my credit score is low so I would need to transfer $150 which would be refunded. I then said take your $150 from the assistance. I was told that the fee was to verify my identity. I then told him that I would not send any money and that you do not pay to get a assistance. If he wanted that $150 then we cannot do business. He hung up on me. Ha ha ha. It's amazing how many people they have taken hard earned money from.

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    Eileen Wall Jul 24, 2015
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    As of July 25 E L is offering a very high five year CD at 2.31%. The penalty to close is 720 days at 2.31 simple interest.
    Plus, the funds can only be returned to the back account drawn from. If you do close the account that funded the CD you must provided 60 day notice. For example, if you close your checking account and you did not provided the 60 day notice they will automatically renew your funds for 60 months. They will not send you a check. Great rate for today, however, high risk on having your funds returned.

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    N small Jun 30, 2015

    I received a text stating I was approved for a loan of up to 7k. I was a bit excited but skeptical. I called the number provided and spoke to caller with Indian accent stated his name was Alex Cooper. We started talking I addled a few questions it all sounded good at first. I was with it. He said I would have to seems 150 as a security deposit on the 7k which he then said I would get back with money this was on Friday 6 26 15. After talking for a bit we were done n he informed me the money would be in amount by 12 am that night sat morning. And this was at around 4 something in evening. Saturday came no funds and no one available on the weekends. Called 6 29 15 and he said oh I'm sorry I forget to tell y thatu have to purchase insurance of 178 dollars in like what in the hell. So I told him ok call back tomorrow. Started investigating and found some flaws. First time we spoke he said he was from lending club then it's eloan raised some flags. Asked for companies address he gave me this 9600 brianmawr Rosemont ill. 60018. Ok Then I went to eloan website found the address but also a number. called the number n they said they are eloan and that they don't do loans any more not since 2008 I was in amazement n shocked. So icalled back this Alex Cooper n tried to place him on a 3 way call with eloan n he hung up SCAM don't trust these Indian ppl calling. Nothing against Indian love all races. +[protected], +[protected], (+[protected] number txt came from) +[protected]) watch out for these numbers don't get caught lost 150 bit luckily that was it.

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    a mad person Jun 24, 2015
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    i got a call from a guy names david foster from eloan so he said and i was approved for a 5000 loan but i didnt have to send him no money. i was in need of a loan so i listened to him and it sounded good he said my payments would only be $70.96 a month for 24 months and i said it sounded good and asked me some question the he asked me about my bank account so i gave him the info cause i had applied on eloan.com so after that he was like well your fica score was 525 and it needed to be 530 to get the money but he was going to send me a small loan and i would have to go to the bank with my id and take the money out and send it back to him and that would make my score go up 5 points then he would send me the $1500 loan i said ok taken he said i will call you back in a hour with the info i said ok then the next thing i know my bank is calling me saying they had someone on the phone saying they where me and was trying to make a claim on my account saying someone took some money out without me saying yes to it so they called the number they had on file for me to check i gave him my card number to prove it was me and he said ok now im going to put you on the call with me and them adn when he did he said im back miss h and she said ok and he tole her he had the real miss h on the phone and said witch one is the real one i said i am and she hung up so he make a note on my account and im going in tomorrow to close it out and open a new one they where trying to say my car lot took my money without me saying yes to it i have had my car for 2 years now and i paying it every month so i cant believe the nerve of some people and the number they called me from was [protected] so please beware of these people

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    Edmund carter Jun 13, 2015

    Guys How Can you Be So Fool That you pay the money over the phone.
    you Know that they are indians More over you can Clearly Hear there Lol Accent.

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    TEESEE Jun 03, 2015

    ELOAN is a scam. Received a text from [protected] stating my loan had been approved for $8000. II called the number back and the guy said I was approved for $[protected] a month for 36 months. I would have $8000 transferred in my account with 20 minutes after I sent a money gram of $150.00. I told him I would first need to verify that this company is legit. I also texted the same information to the phone number. I have not heard back anyone. My only mistake I did give my account number to this person over the phone before he asked me to send a moneygram.

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    otherpatrick May 29, 2015

    Well, I talked to Mark Bell ...yeah right ... ok, maybe "Mark", with the VERY HEAVY INDIA ACCENT, was the object of Bruce Springsteen's hit: "Born in the U.S.A." ...but I seriously doubt it!!! Mark approved me for $8000 immediately and wanted all my info. He said the money could be in my account by tomorrow. I believe, at that time, the Holy Spirit of God came over me and riled up within me a HUGE red flag. I asked "Mark" how he could just whip $8000 into my account without collateral or many questions. He said that they would need proof that I could pay them back. At that point, i told him that I was very uncomfortable with this transaction and that I wanted to visit their web site before finishing what we started. He then told me that if I didn't want to give my bank account information to them at this point, that he would send me over "to accounting" and they would cut me a cashier's check instead. I still thought that something was fishy. I hung up. When I got into work, I googled "customer reviews on eloan.com". One link took me here. THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH! I truly feel horrible for all of you that did get ripped off. This place sounds VERY legit! I sure hope they get caught and prosecuted to the fullest! Patrick Austin Alhambra, IL

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    sweetpeasmom Apr 06, 2015

    I wanted to thank everyone for posting things like this. I received a text message from e-loan stating that I was approved for a loan up to 5, 000.00 everything in my gut was telling me not to go with it. I called asked a few questions and then told them I would think about it. Decided to pull up the website before I did anything and all theses comments came up. Thank you so much for all the assistance, again it sucks that people will pray on those that are in need, but it nice to know that we are all looking out for each other in some way or another!!

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    Miasma Jan 28, 2015

    They are the biggest SCAM!!!

    They called me saying that I been approver for a loan for $5, 000.00. So I told them ill call them today. The same night they call me I dice to look them u on the wed. I read that they ask for cash first and to buy a greed dolt card. So I call the next moaning and to play along what they were saying. They ask if I had 150.00 dollars then they ask me if I had 4.94 I said yes. They said to call them back with the bared code. I toad the guy I was talking to over the phone I had a question. He said what the question I said yall need to find a real job and stop rassing people who work hard for there money. Also I start to cusses the guy out he hugen up the phone. My daughter came to the room to ask what happen I told here they were a scam. So my daughter called them a ask if the were a real lone company they said yes you a**hole. She said if yall are why are yall asking for money them if we want a loan to get money. They said for they know we can pay. Then she said I going to report you to the BBA then they hugen up on my daughter. So if some one call you saying you can get a loan of $5, 000.00 it a lie, DONT DO WHAT THEY SAY!!!

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    mizzhollywood Jan 22, 2015
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    These people called me claiming that I had applied for a loan through them. After I read these, I called the number back. First he asked me how old I was. And when I asked why needed my age, he was rude about it. And then when I asked if it was true that there is a fee that has to be paid, he said yes. So I asked why there is a fee when it defeats the purpose of getting a loan. Not too surprisingly, he hung up on me. Don't fall for this. If you are getting a loan, there is no need to pay money up front. You're asking for the loan, because you need the money. Why would you pay money to get money. This is a scam that should be reported to the federal government.

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    Dolores Hamilton Jan 11, 2015

    I, like most, applied online for a payday loan. Among others E-Loan contacted me stating that they were able to approve my loan if i followed 2 easy steps. I was asked to show good faith and prove i could repay my installment on the loan by obtaining a vanilla reload card or green dot card from a local retailer and placing $300.00 on the card. I did so while still on the phone with funds manager Anby Hunt. Upon returning home from Walgreen's i received a call from E-Loan representative, John Smith and his supposed supervisor said I was supposed to purchased another card that same day for $280.18. I didn't do so because Anby Hunt told me that my bank told him that he needed to pay a wire transfer fee in the amount of $280.18 I said to Mr. Hunt that I wouldn't pay the fees either plus (the cards fees are $4.95 each) I then received a suspicious call from someone with the same accent as the suppose funds manager claiming to be from my banks headquarters and that in order for the money to be wired or transferred from their bank account to mine i had to get a green dot card this time and put $280.18 on it and then I’d receive my money. So at that point i grew increasingly suspicious and asked for a 3 way call with the bank for verification before i sent anything else and the rep disagreed to do so. Then I asked Mr. Anby Hunt to return my $300.00 when I found out through the vanilla reload card company that my money was transferred to another card. So I contacted E Loan via the number provided me by Mr. Hunt . The number is [protected] extension 169 or customer care [protected]. I was told by Mr. Hunt that I was stupid because I said his company E Loan was a scramming me as well as others. Mr. Hunt assured me that the company was a solid reputable company and would never do that. I tried to contact Mr. Hunt but it went to voice mail so I left a message and a couple of days later I
    received a call from Jerry Bryer or Jerry Rider saying that if i provided them the $280.18 then the $5000.00 would be put into my account. But I only wanted $3000.00 so they kept telling me that my bank was still holding the $3000.00 plus my $300.00 cash so now it's total THREE THOUSAND & THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS (3, 300.00). Once they were through processing the loan it would only take 45 minutes to reflect the transfer to my account. I was told that Mr. Hunt will not be available for three weeks when i called the number they provided from my cell phone i got the same people, but when calling from a land-line phone the same number contacted a woman in another state who’s number was different from what i dialed. Now they stop calling or answering the phone.

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