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On July 25, I was contacted by this company having seen my inquiry into personal loans. They approved me for a "no credit check" loan. They then told me they could give me $200,000 and my wife $50,000. I signed the agreement they sent me. Upon supposed funding of the loan, they asked me to pay "insurance" upfront to secure the monies. Red lights started going off. They asked me to wire the money through WalMart. I did so, but one was not able to be picked up. They then started to ask for Google Play cards for payment for the insurance, for transactions fees, for currency conversion as the loan was coming from England. After $8600, I knew I had been scammed. I told the loan officer that I was withdrawing to which he assured me that I would be receiving a check in the mail for $7500 as a refund. I am still waiting.....and waiting.....
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Reason of review
Not as described/ advertised
Preferred solution
Full refund

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