• Report: #1133562

Complaint Review: http://www.incometaxadvances.com

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  • Submitted: Tue, March 25, 2014
  • Updated: Tue, March 25, 2014

  • Reported By: notAsuka — Salem Massachusetts
http://www.incometaxadvances.com
Internet, Select State/Province USA

http://www.incometaxadvances.com Www.Incometaxadvances.com Payday loan / income tax / loan scam Internet 

*Consumer Comment: SCAM ARTISTS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE

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Last night I filled out the form an since 7am I've gotten literally over 150 calls nonstop from all sorts of numbers. They tell you that you're approved for a loan and you'll have it in 30 min. All you have to do is send them a couple hundred bucks and you'll have it. 

NONSTOP harassment 


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#1 Consumer Comment

SCAM ARTISTS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE

AUTHOR: Loan Applicant California - ()

I also was a victim and I found this post out there too and I believe there are a lot of people that have been hit by these crooks (DO NOT USE INCOMETAXADVANCES.COM SCAMMER):

 

I contacted the attorney general and gave Mindy Lobo name and incometaxadvances.com

I lost $35 to my checking account from someone that scammed me promising me a loan if I put up this money. After they got my checking account number they charged it and never heard from them again. I called incometaxadvance.com and etax loan after the attorney general said AtoZ financial is under investigation. They claim they only pass on information but they are selling your personal info. to scammers knowlingly and splitting the profits. BEWARE FRAUD COMPLETE SCAM DO NOT GIVE YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER OR CHECKING ACCOUNT NUMBER TO THESE PEOPLE THEY ARE GOING TO BE PROSECUTED SOON>

IF YOU HAVE BEEN SCAMMED BY THIS COMPANY CONTACT THE ATTORNEY GENERAL IN YOUR STATE AND IN THE STATE OF Deleware. THE COMPANY HAS NO REAL ADDRESS. FALSE ADDRESS AND SCAM.

 

Remember the company that was busted by NPR for scamming people on the internet under bogus income tax loans . [continued below]....

 

they are back at it again. Now instead of using etaxloan.com they have created another fraud company with the internet name incometaxes.com  Here was the original story by NPR:

 

In the course of reporting a story earlier this year, I logged on to a site calledeTaxLoan.com and filled out an application.

I asked for $500 and, to be safe, I made up an address, a name (Mary) and a Social Security number. The site asked for more sensitive stuff — a bank account number and a routing number — and I made that up, too.

In spite of the made-up information, in less than a minute, I got a response.

"Congratulations. Tremont Lending has been selected as your lender and you have been pre-approved for a loan up to $750."

If I wanted to borrow $750 for a week, I would have had to pay $225 in interest. The site said that was an annual percentage rate of more than 1,300 percent.

I did not agree to take the loan.

But within minutes, my phone rang (I had entered my real phone number). It was a guy from Tremont Lending, in South Dakota. I told him I was a reporter, that I didn't really want a loan, and I figured that would be the end of it. But then, I started to get more calls.

"Hi, Mary. My name is Ethan, Ethan Foster, and I'm calling from InstaLoan. And this call is regarding the loan application which you put online. It has been successfully approved by our company as a personal loan."

And:

"This message is intended for Mary Kettler. Mary, the very second you receive this message, I need your urgent attention to return the call. My name is Tom Watson."

For months, I got dozens of calls. Many of the callers had strong foreign accents. One caller, who said his name was Kevin, told me that Mary had been approved for a loan of up to $5,000 — 10 times what I initially asked for.

Kevin said he was from a company called Cash 4 You, which was unconnected to eTaxLoan.com. By this point, I was wholly confused. ETaxLoan had said it was a secure site, but now, many different companies had my application — and, presumably, my personal information.

It turns out there's a huge online bidding process for such loans. ETaxLoan isn't a lender at all, but something called a lead generator. It finds potential customers, then passes them on. The information is next used by a bunch of thieves online.

 

YES THIS IS TRUE COMPANIES LOCATED IN PAKISTAN CALLED ME FIVE TIMES THEY ARE TRYING TO RIP OFF HARD WORKING AMERICANS.

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