Wednesday, October 3, 2018

You Can't Loan Yourself Out of Debt....Period!

** This will be the last post for a few days.  The blog will be going dark while I am in the land of Moosies and Maple Leaves.  See everyone on Sunday.....maybe.  ;-) **

Among the many, many spam comments I get I've gotten this one a few times lately........the ID links to a bogus User ID and I have X'ed out the email and phone info.

I AM FINALLY FREE FROM FINANCIAL BONDAGE THANKS TO MOORE LOAN COMPANY(XXXXXXX@yahoo.com).

Good day everyone,I can’t hide this great testimony that took place in my life I will love everyone to know it and be a partaker of this, that is why I want to share it to the whole world by placing this advert on classifieds, I am Mrs Karen Brown by name, I live in Chattanooga, Tennessee United State, I want to thank ROBBINSON MOORE for his kindness upon my family life, I never knew that there is still a sincere and trustworthy lender like this on the internet and on earth. Just some days I was in search for a loan of $ 100,000.00, As I was running out of money for feeding, School fees, My business was really going out of capital and my rent. I was scammed about $15,000.00 dollars and I decided not to involve my self in such business again. But a Friend of mine introduced me to a loan firm due to my appearance and doings and also my complains to her. And I told her that I am not interested in any loan deal anymore but she told me that there is still a sincere lender who she will recommend me to, And she gave me the details of this man who is called MOORE ROBBINSON. And I really put a trial and I am most greatful and lucky today, I was given a loan amount of $95,000,00 Dollars by this great firm MOORE LOAN COMPANY. If you are in need of a genuine, Sincere, durable and a truth worthy loan lender or financial assistance and also you know you can be reliable and trusted, capable of paying back at the due / duration time of the funds I will advice you to send your contact to them via email [XXXXXX@yahoo.com] OR Text (XXX) XXX-XXXX .

A comment was posted to This Site about loan scams--it's the same spammer message under a different name.
This moron below doesn't understand that the post was about scams and scammers and people were posting scammer messages/hooks so everyone could avoid these slime balls.
She(or whoever it really is)posted her loan scam schpeil.....unreal.


How anyone falls for this stuff is beyond me.
Nobody is going to give you a $200K or $100K unsecured loan! lolz

And for goodness sakes,  getting a LOAN is NOT going to get you out of "financial bondage".  A loan IS financial bondage!!!

This particular scam seems to be they take all your personal information(yikes!)and then ask for a fee to take out the loan, which they cash and you never hear from them again.
Please don't fall for this sort of tomfoolery!

And another thing........Every time I'm in the car and turn on the radio I hear all these ads by local banks touting their great low rate loans.  They go by different euphemisms......"lifestyle loans", "Summer loans", "toy loans". 
But the best one I hear around the Holidays on the local radio stations that tells you YOU CAN pay for Christmas by getting X bank's Holiday Loan.  No you are NOT paying for Christmas.....you are just kicking the paying for it all into the new year by getting a loan.

If you can't afford your lifestyle then you are living beyond your means.  If you can't afford a Summer thing(vacation, ATV, boat, etc.)or a "toy" then you don't need it.  Seriously, the greedy lenders play to people's sense of "Everyone else has X, I deserve it too!".

Don't be a sheep folks!
Who cares what the Jones' have and do.

Live the life you want, WANT the life you live.


Sluggy

10 comments:

  1. Sluggy - I hear you! I get these once in a while and I just hit delete. Getting out of debt is hard work, but I would rather do it the old fashioned way and that is pay it off without incurring more debt.

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  2. Preach, Sluggy! Are you available for one on one counseling with my DH via Skype. Just kidding. He is coming around. I am like, can't we just be retired for a month before we buy something!

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  3. I remember first getting offers of loans that sent me. It was one of the checks with my name on it. I could use that $1,500. I also knew I could not pay it back. I never pursued any of the offers any further to drop it in the trash. Some of those were legitimate.

    The scams sent me were the ones for astronomical amounts. I do not understand the mentality of people who fall for these scams.

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  4. I'd rather partake of some pie. As for my "complains," I could include stupid stuff like this.

    Love,
    Janie

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