IMPOSTER: Guide to lenders

I applied for a loan on credit karma for $10000 to purchase a truck having poor credit. Shortly after I received a call from a man staing his name was Robert Wilson from guide to lenders and told me I was approved for up to $15,000 unsecured loan . He said that he sent an email to which I needed to send proof of ID and address, Which I did. He then sent me a loan agreement to read stating $12,000 loan @8% for 60 months totally $14,599 and if I agreed to reply yes and call him back so I did. Then ask for checking and routing numbers to deposit the money and then proceeded to tell me I needed to go anystore that sold prepaid cards and purchase what he called a company assurance gl card for the amount of first loan payment to which I needed to send only a copy of receipt showing amonunt and date and time of purchase of card. After I did this he said he would remain on phone with me until the funds were transferred completely and I would get a username and password to access my account info anytime .That’s where I ended the conversation

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