Scammer name was Kevin Brown. All the paperwork and disclosures were super legit. They texted my phone first and said I was approved for a $7000 loan. Of course I then proceeded to call. He told me he was with Cash Advance America, which is an actual company. He took the proper steps as any loan officer would for such a large amount. Once I signed documents he told me to give him all banking info including login for online banking routing and account information. I was told that he would then make a small deposit of $1566 in my account. The $66 I was told to keep for the inconvenience of purchasing the gift cards with the remainder $1500. This I was told was the verification process. He then told me, with the money he had put in my account to get gift cards issuing eBay, GameStop etc and send it back via email with the numbers scratched off and include receipts. I did. He then stated when I woke up the next day the funds would be in my account. When I checked my email he had accessed my account and made disputes or claims. When you make a dispute your bank gives you the money back right away until the dispute processes. If by the end of these disputes if you are in the wrong, the money initially given, is taken back. He was trying to get the money for the disputes and take that money out of my account the following morning. If I had not checked my email stating that these disputes were made he would have taken money from me. I immediately called my bank and stopped all funds from being transferred, froze online banking and froze my checking account that night before he would have taken my funds. He called me the next morning and told me still give him a few hours and the funds would be delivered but at that time I had already put a hold on my account. I didn’t tell him I did though. And I haven’t heard from him since. Of course because I had already caught on to what he was doing. BEWARE his voicemail is setup to say he’s a loan officer named Kevin Brown with Cash Advance America!