Report: #1172753

Complaint Review: United cash loans - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Kathy Frazier — Columbia South Carolina
  • United cash loans Nationwide USA

United cash loans Paul told me to purchase agreen dot reload card of $50 after I did andgave him the numbers then he needed $91 Iskfor my 50 back and now I got the run around. Nationwide

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United cash loans has rip me off for $50 Paul the represenative that I spoke assured me I would recieve aloan of 2000,00 dollars after I send them 50 he told me to purchase a green dot card for 4.95 load the $50 on the card and call him after I purchase the card I ask him before I gave him the numbers Iask is this the final step he said the money would be in my account in 7minutes when I gave him the numbers he then said he needeed another $91.00 because the bank is charging them the $91.00 I then said cancel the transation and give  me my $50 back now he tells me to purchase anotherr reload card for $20 and he can send me my money back.

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AUTHOR: Stacey - ()

POSTED: Wednesday, August 27, 2014

 You fell for the old scam - your money is gone.  Stop trying to get loans because you will be ripped of one way or another.

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