|Source:||Received as a comment on this website (post: Rita Smith Loan Company lending from 5000 to 100,000,000)|
|From:||STEVEN WILLIAMS <email@example.com>|
|Location:||188.8.131.52 (OVH SAS, France)|
|Date:||2017/09/26 at 11:48 pm|
We are Currently offering a floating loan scheme at interest rate of 2% with proper valid ID.
You can send your loan request for any amount of loan you need.
We offer loans ranging from $5,000.00 USD Min. $50,000,000.00 USD Max.
We long-term credit from five (5) to fifty (50) years maximum.
We give the following type of loan: Project loan, Refinance loan, business investment loans, car or vehicle Loans, Student loan, debt consolidation, housing Loans, Personal loans, travel and vacation loan, Christmas and new year loan.
Our company also need a person that can be our company representative in your country.
Contact our STEVEN WILLIAMS FINANCIAL LOAN FIRM office via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in our financial offer and wants to acquire a loan from us, contact us and give us the details below, and that will be needed to initiate the
loan sum accordingly.
Marital status: _______________________
Contact Address: ______________________
City / Zip: ________________________
Date of Birth: ________________________
Amount Needed as Loan: ________________
Loan Duration: ________________________
Monthly Income / Yearly Income: _________
Purpose for Loan: _____________________
In recognition of these details will be sent a well calculated Terms and Conditions including the agreement.
Thank you for your patronage!
STEVEN WILLIAMS FINANCIAL LOAN FIRM
Facebook Page: Steven Williams
Fake company website:
Scam alert! The E-mail above is a SCAM. It’s a Nigerian loan scam, the story and all names & roles are fake. They even created a fake company website on a free hosting service. The CEO “Steven Williams” shown on photo’s can be found on LinkedIn as mr. S. Gulliver who seems to be a victim of identity theft. His photos are also used for dating scams by Nigerian scammers. Anyway, this fake loan company offers high loans at very unrealistic terms. If something is too good to be true…. it usually is! The scammers will most likely ask you for money upfront as ‘costs’ before you get the ‘loan’ (which you will never get offcourse). This message was left as a comment spam on our site from France! (Possibly through a hacked PC or site, or through a VPN/Proxy.) Well.. thanks for reporting this scam..!
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