Special to the Town Crier
The phony lenders guarantee a quick loan with no upfront fees. But victims who provide their banking information to the scammers are left in the negative.
How the scam works
You receive an email advertising a guaranteed loan. The email displays a logo and contact information for what appears to be a legitimate loan company. Before proceeding with the offer, you search for the company online to determine whether it can be trusted. You find that the name and contact information matches with a legitimate company, so you proceed with the loan.
Once you agree to the loan, the “lender” takes your personal banking information and…