inbox loan Company

I was originally online looking for a payday loan company. I received a phone call from Inbox Loan Company and I was told that they could $1,000-$4,000 in a loan but I needed to get an Ebay gift card for 2 denominations $115.90 and $65.00 in order to qualify and I was to send a picture of the card via text message and they would process my loan. After i sent them the images the guy told me that i needed to pay an additional $130 and at that point I told him that i did not have anymore money and to just return the money I had already sent. I was told that they could not do that so i contacted ScamPulse.com to try to get my money back.

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