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Somewhere in South Africa
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|+3 loan company in capetown oceanfinance4u |
i am ruined now please help me
my email adress firstname.lastname@example.org
|Marleze (Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa) Added the following extra information on :2013-08-26 03:54:16|
i applied for a consolidation loan. paid the intial registration and then since that it has been money on moey paid to Edward Bryant. if it is not for registration fees then transfer fees and the lies and deceipt just continues. Please do not be as dump as i was in the hope of a better future since my future is in tatters and i have nothing left! i have been cleaned out in a matter of 5 months!
Edward Bryant Oceanfinance4u email@example.com several bogus accounts
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2013-07-30 14:30:37|
I applied for a loan and it was immediately approved. I had to pay R870 for registration and then R6250 because I did not have collateral for the loan and the lawyers had to draw up some contract, hence the R6250. I paid that as well and the next story was that the bank cannot transfer my money because the documents needs to be signed and stamped by their financial department. I needed to pay another R2720 for them to sign and stamp it. I decided not to pay after I read 2 other articles!!
|Anonymous () Added the following extra information on :2013-07-07 17:30:29|
I applied for a home loan and consolidation loan. The loan was approved without me having to disclose my work details and address. After the loan was approved,he told me that I have to pay R850 for to register the funds. The account number he gave me wasn't even a business account no, it was a personal acc for Mr Luwi Makhazini. Then I knew something was fishy and I started to search the internet for scams and I found that he had scammed some1 else for over R30 000.