I was contacted several times via my cell phone by Jess/Jeff Martin stating I had been approved for a $10,000 loan from E-Loan; never applied. I was told to purchase a Green Dot card and load $270 on the card providing the code to him. Then he wanted more money.Show more...
Would like my money back. Track, if possible who/where the funds were transferred from the information to stop these people
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