Imposter Lending Club / Cash Advance

Received initial call from 7073482187 identifying as Cash Advance and later followed up by email from Steven Martinez / Cash Advance listed under a Lending Club logo and downloadable lending club contract. Also, several follow up calls Gained my banking info under the pretense that there would be a test transaction and then a loan amount up to 3000. deposited into my account. As soon as my bank opened they called me to inform me that several fraudulent withdrawals were attempted from a scam and that my account was frozen. These were large amounts and were no way simple test transaction. I knew there was no money in my account to withdraw when I gave them the info…good thing because they would have drained it. Now I have to close that account because of these crooks.

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Imposter Lending Club / Cash Advance is rated 1 out of 5 based on the reviews submitted by our users and is marked as POOR.
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