- Report: #930861
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Complaint Review: American loans.com
American loans.comInternet United States of America
American loans.com Matthew Cooper scam artist liar wanted $365.00 for $3500.00 loan then wanted additional $422.00 to activate loan, Internet
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I was told I had to give the first payment as a good faith effort and would be receiving $3865.00 through Western Union.
Once I got to Western Union the man on the phone told me not to use the company name but to send the money to an individual name Lopez Mora Nuria in Costa Rico then in 30 minutes I would receive my confirmation # to receive my loan.
When I was called back with the confirmation # I was told to Mike Harden from Washington DC was the supervisor who approved my loan and summons me $4287.00. I would have to send them $422.00 to activate the loan process. When I refused to send any more money they got very rude with me and hung up on me.
I called back three times to talk to the supervisor and they would never get him on the phone and hung up on all three times.
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