Report: #1394068

Complaint Review: James Anderson

  • Submitted: Sat, August 19, 2017
  • Updated: Sat, August 19, 2017
  • Reported By: Joseph — Salinas California USA
  • James Anderson

    Internet
    USA

James Anderson Told I was approved for $5,400 loan, however $200 was needed to secure moneygram, once $200 was sent I was told now to send $400 Internet

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 I recieved a text message from a lender, stating I was approved for a $5,000 loan. So natrually I followed process, in hopes of a chance of cleaning my credit up a bit, but mostly to help me out during a rather difficult time. Several weeks prior, I had suffered the loss of my Dad suddenly, whom I had resided with for the past 10 years, unable to keep our apartment up I was displaced, and although I am, and have been employed for several years at the same job, I found it hard to reach out for help. So I moved my things to storage, and slept in my vehicle. Desperately seeking any means of support, I started implying about possibly being granted a small loan. When I talked over the phone with a Mr.Jamse Anderson of FirstFinance I prayed aloud thanking God for such good fortune. I was told in order to recieve the loan via moneygram I needed $200 to secure it, so I did so within the hour, I was told to purchase 2 $100 Itunes cards & give the activation #s to the lender, after all done so, I was told the loan needed to be sent in two, so if I could send another $200, I refused but the damage had been done. I was fortunate enough to have a good enough friend to loan me the initial 200, however now Im in worse shape than before, being that my next payday I am 200 without because I was scammed. Im a good person, & I will pay my friend back, I am fortunate to have such friens. I ask please prosecute this person, its hard enough not knowing where or when my next meal may come, but to deliberately take what little I have, I pray noone else has to suffer as I did.

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AUTHOR: Jose - (USA)

The above thing you stated is not true I had business with the same company & same guy he helped me with money never asked for any payments there should be miscomunication regarding this matter better clearify it instead of pointing on someone's reputation, thanks

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