On September 1, 2019, Steve Zaleski, (Whole complete name is Steve Liam Cole Zaleski according to the driver’s license he sent) sent a text message to my cell phone out of blue by telling that he can provide funding to my business. I felt skeptical how and why he could find me and sent such sudden text as it was quite odd that an individual unknown could send such text to my private phone and talk about business funding.After certain amount of ID documents requested, he sent his driver’s license copy and a link to the company’s registration at State of Illinois.I was not trusting such link page and made a separate investigation about the registration of the company, "Wallberg Financial LLC" and found that the company was involuntarily dissolved in 2018. I could know the man, Steve Zaleski was using such deceased company as a shell to support his background and ID.Some discussion made and as a very small test, I requested to give us fund for $15,000 and he quoted the upfront fee 1.0% $150.Because of my already known his ID, I just told "I have short of money and can only afford to pay $100 upfront and I shall pay later $50 upon receipt of the fund". The loan agreement was made on September 4th with such only upfront fee $150 inserted in the agreement and signed.Despite his commitment to deliver the same day of the agreement, the loan was not delivered as predicted. He deferred for 3 days and came back by telling "The fee paid was not sufficient. The agreed term was $150 and you just paid $100 that was the reason why you have not received the loan $15,000 on time. After certain discussion made, I dared to pay the remaining $50 to complete the delivery of the loan.But, disbursement never occurred on time. Later this man repeated, "The fee was not enough. You must now pay $20 more" I paid, but no loan was delivered.Afterward, in various sneaky manner the man re-approached me by sending text and email saying, "If you need seriously the loan, you must pay $50 more."At this moment, I stopped dealing with the man as it was nothing but waste of my time and money. In summary, this man was utilizing a deceased company as a shell to pretend as if he were working under company name but his mindset was nothing but a small loan fee scammer. He has nothing to deliver.

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