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Another Scammer Wants to Give You Free Money – Fraud Alert

Written by Steve Rhode

Question:

Dear Steve,

I am Anthea Adams, currently living in Texas, Mr Willian has been so good to me and some of my friends we got our loans from him, if you need a legit loan today contact him via Email: [email protected] or call or whats app him on XXXXXXX.

Randy

Answer:

Dear Randy,

You submitted the question as Randy but say your name is Anthea. Which is it?

Your submission looks like the same B.S. I’ve deleted a thousand times before.

But let’s use your bogus offer to help educate people Randy-Anthea.

Everybody

If you get an unsolicited offer like the one above, delete it. It’s a scam.

No legitimate lender is going to send out an offer like this by email.

And if you even feel the least bit tempted, do 13 minutes of homework and check out the company using How to Check Out a Business or Company to Avoid Getting Scammed or Ripped Off.

Here is what you will find, the loan agreement, if you ever get to see it, will have all sorts of fees and costs. The lender will not be registered as a lender in either their state, or yours, and if you ever give them any of your personal information you should not be surprised if you get targeted for more scams.

Don’t be another victim, be a smart consumer and avoid getting scammed.

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