Lending ClubPre approved Loans

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I got a letter that said the loan was pre approved up to 35000. I went on My Instant Offer with my pre approved code and guess what I wasn't approved . I only applied for 5000. I thought on pre approved applications they checked your whole credit report so knew everything about you. The reason was lack of recent installment loan information. DUH I paid my car off 3 years ago Length of time of accounts which are all over 6 years. Don't understand . IT IS A SCAM AND A CHEAT. Just throw it in the thrash when you get don't waste your precious time.

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    Mary Gann Jun 18, 2018
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    Sent the same thing and also wasn’t approved, I thought pre-approved meant just that. Silly me.

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    LexLuther May 26, 2017
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    I absolutely agree.

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    P.G. Brown Jul 08, 2015

    They sent him a preapproval in the mail, then said he wasn't preapproved . waste of time.

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    P.G. Brown Jul 08, 2015

    They did my husband the same way. So I recommend if you receive one of their offers, throw it in the trash.

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