Wow I'm glad I found this website right after talking to "Jenny". She was so smooth and professional, yet it became evident while validating information (which I often had to repeat back to her, because she talked so fast) that she was reading a script. When I asked her what the name of her company was, her response was Premier...I asked "Premier Bank? LLC? Premier what?" she responded that the company was a "subisdiary" of "Nationwide Corp".
We whizzed through the info pretty fast...me constantly reiterating what she said to verify it. Finally, I asked what the monthly payment would be on all my cards combined--only 180 per month! BUT...439 up front. She said I would be contacted by a rep who would confirm my information and assist me in filling out the personal info requested. I said I was disabled, would I need to provide a copy of my disabilty compensation statement? The answer was "Oh, no, we don't verify employment.
I mean, we don't ask you to lie or anything, you know what I mean...the person you speak to will advise you on how to fill in the information so that you "best represent" yourself"!!!! What??? Even then, I got with my hubby & we agreed it sounds great but kinda fishy. I got online and googled, and here I am. Because I'm disabled and on fixed income, it would've been several months before I could come up with 439 anyway...but i sure am glad I had the insight to search the name. Thank you, all of you who've shared your stories. This is so important as scammers become more creative and convoluted in their pursuit of misfortunates or gullibles like me.