Loans of America called me and said I was approved for a loan up to 10,000.00 U.S Dollars. All I had to do was buy a Green Dot pre-loaded debit card with a certain amount usually 10% of amount of loan You request. Then call Shawn Williams, which he said was his name. The man I spoke with was clearly of Indian origin. Upon calling Mr. Williams he will ask you for the number on the debit card, just to show you have the first months payment and are serious about this loan. Once you give him the number on your Green Dot card it’s all over except for your outrage that the money on the debit card is now gone. Where you ask is the money, well he has transferred it to a pre-load debit card of his own. Oh Ya and by the way that however many thousands of dollars heading to your bank account in 45 minutes, never makes it EVER!!!!!!!! Now Mr. Shawn Williams of Indian ethnicity has all the dough you put on the card. As you wait in front of your computer waiting for $$$$$ to appear in your account he is enjoying a curry chicken dinner and drinks on your dime. I didn’t get scammed not because I am smarter than anybody else, but I just happened to check the internet for any scams involving Green Dot cards and WOW am I glad I did…. Good luck and always question anything that sounds toooooo good to be true, because it most always is.. Oh ya if this has happened to you, his phone number is 754-201-2526..
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