Complaint 26209 Details
- Date Occurred: 09/15/2013
- Reported Damages: $1,460.00
The complaint is against an online dating profile
The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity
The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity
The company or person contact no longer exists
I was contacted by Mr. James Harris. He informed me I was approved for a secured $5,000 loan. He told me I needed to put $780 down and the next day the $5,000 would be wired into my account. I western unioned the money to some lady in Spain. Mr. Harris was so convincing I didn't see the scam coming. My husband and I had a bad gut feeling about this but we thought this could never happen to us. The next day I was in the emergency room and I was contacted my Mr. Michael Dunn. He informed me we needed another $680 to secure the loan. I was in hysterics when I was talking to him because I had given him my whole paycheck the day before. I have a nine month old at home and told him I needed the money for formula and diapers. He apparently didn't care and told me I would get a refund on Oct 9th. I couldn't wait that long so I convinced my grandma into giving me the extra $680. She needed the money for taxes but I assured her she would get it back on Monday. Well, needless to say I never got the money. Now I owe my grandma $680 and I am out the extra. Thankfully I am in the army so they helped out. I have contacted the FBI and JAG is working on finding them. I know the money is gone forever, but it is just depressing to think that these people pray on desperation.
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against BellTree Financial
- Complaints Filed: 36
- Reported Damages: $50,272.01
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