• Report: #1162542

Complaint Review: mike j anderson

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  • Submitted: Wed, July 16, 2014
  • Updated: Wed, July 16, 2014

  • Reported By: scorpiacmk — round lake park Illinois
mike j anderson
Nationwide USA
  • Phone: 5617053493
  • Web:
  • Category: Loans

mike j anderson or daniel brown offered me a loan then asked me to get a vanilla reload card at put the first monthly payment on it, they took it and i never got my loan according to online area code searc bocca raton FL Nationwide

*Consumer Comment: No legitimate lender uses Vanilla Reload cards!

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On july 15th 2014 i recieved a phone call about a personal installment loan i was denied for by a man named daniel brown who offered me a loan for 2000$ and after going thru all of my information i was asked to go and buy a vanilla reload netowork card (3.95$) at walgreens and to load the first months payment of 91$ and after i scratched off the code bar and called him back with the number i would recieve my 2000$ within 45mins to 1hr... when i called i got the voice mail for Mike J. Anderson minutes later daniel brown called me back took the code number and kept me on hold for 20 mins to rush my loan an hour and a half later i still did not recieve my loan i called mr daniel brown again got the voice mail again ^^^ and got a call back a few minutes later i was told that my bank(first mid west) was refusing to give the gorman account systems a pin number and where going to charge them 220$ that i needed to pay to get a new pin and recieve my money becasue my bank (first mid west) was considering the wire transfer to be illegal hense the pin number... i called my bank thats not how wire or any other kind of direct deposits work, we dont ask for pin numbers, no one has attempted to depoist or transfer anything into my account and that i may have been scammed... called daniel brown yet again once again voice mail called back momentarily i asked my loan to be canceled and to get my 91$ back he could not do that becasue of my bank refusing the pin number and becasue there system says the money went out therefore they cant give it back to me... 24hours later no loan called again got same voive mail no call back


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#1 Consumer Comment

No legitimate lender uses Vanilla Reload cards!

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - ()

There is no loan. There never was a loan. Just a scammer using someone else's name and someone's phone number (spoofing) to get you to send them money. The line that the scammer fed you about the wire is completely false info - as you were told by your bank.  Don't send him any more money for any reason. The next scam is they tell you the scammer will refund you the money if you send them a cancelation fee. Don't do it.

The way this loan works is the scammer keeps asking you for money for various bogus fees until you either run out of money or figure out it is a scam.

Report them to your local police department. Go to FTC(dot)gov and read up on this and other scams so you know what to look for to keep your money in your wallet. It is the Advance Fee Loan Scam. File a complaint with the FTC too.

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