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Loan Scam (Alma Easy Loans)
Report ID: 2519
Crime Category: Fraud
Province: KwaZulu/Natal
City/Town: DURBAN
Suburb: Kingsmead
Address: 1 Kingsmead Boulevard, Kingsmead
Crime Date/Time: 19 September 2012, 1:00PM
Reported Date: 19 September 2012
Related Link: N/A
The Incident

Alma Easy Loans asked me to send R 4750 in order for them to transfer loan amount of R 80 000 which they claimed I qualified for. I applied through them via their website They promised that the money will be transfered to my account yesterday before 14H00. I have been calling them and e-mailling them since. As soon as they hear it's me phoning, they claim that they cannot hear me. I used various phones to contact them, but they still claim not to hear me., that if they answer the phone at all. their number is 031 813 5332. They are completely ignoring me!

They promise that they repay the insurance fee of R 4750 after 2 weeks back to the client.

Alma Easy Loans are scammers. The guy behind this calls himself Bright Graham.

Please warm South Africans of this crime.

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13 Comments for: Loan Scam (Alma Easy Loans)

Comment by: Sad

There is a company called net cash loans. Has anyone worked with them. they also asked for an admin fee which I paid and now they wont even take calls. they said they were going to pay the loan as soon as they got the admin fee. Any one else heard of them?

Date: 20 February 2015

Comment by: bang

there are many companies here is my experience During June I was introduced to Loans acceptable to buy a Concession for R15000 and was told that i could recover this cost during the first month applying there business model, nothing further was discussed as to the business model only the products, Once I paid for the business opportunity I was given a brief on there business model no training at all. The business model is simple, get as many applicants to fill in there Application form, on this form the applicant agrees to pay R349 for the service, as they claim to receive in excess of a thousand applications a day, the only thing they process is the R349 that gets deducted from the applicants bank account now receiving 1000's of applications a month at R349 per applicant is good business. the applicant thinks he is applying for a loan but all he is doing is paying R349 because he filled in the form, and when he enquires about his loan he is told that he was unsuccessful, they do this to thousands of people and unfortunately they target Black People from Pretoria and Rustenburg, People must be careful of this company and companies like them they go by the name of Loansacceptable, and there website is believe me you will not get a loan and loose R349-00 and waste your time. - See more at:

Date: 7 August 2014

Comment by: Deidre

Can anyone tell me about this company INSURANCE CASH LOANS 2 Devonshire Place, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4001, South Africa Tel: 0318348859 Fax: 086 218 1781 Reg. No.: 2007/180592/23 Are they scammers?

Date: 27 May 2014

Comment by: nicolette

I am so distorted, I realy need to get a loan of R100000.00 so I applied at Aifheli Cash Loan durban. They also want a deposit off R 2,480.00, They say it is for insurance levy, I havent paid any thing, luckily!

Date: 24 October 2013

Comment by: Nombulelo

This happened to me a month ago and the company name is Aifheli Cash loans! Apparently I also qualified for an amount of R80000 and I was asked to pay R3480 and the money will be in my account by 14:00 till today I'm waiting! Have tried to reverse that transfer I did to a Nedbank account and there was no money in the account. Tried calling them but no one picked up the phone not even my emails! Told them that I was going to report them as I went to the Cipro website and the company is registered sent the owner messages and they also not responding! This is really sick cause people are really desperate for help while some idiots are making fools out of us! I wanted to report this company with NCR as they also appear there as a valid client of theirs but I didn't know how to go about of what will happen.

Date: 12 October 2013

Comment by: obakeng

also be on the look out for a company called worlf finance loan based in east london, the main operator goes by the name annetha powell, and a mark brown, they operate in the same way, we have scammed of 7000, lets let as many people as we can know,so they dont fall prey to these rodents.

Date: 8 February 2013

Comment by: Ilona

I applied for a loan with them but they dont reply. On the application form they ask your bank details. Can they do anything with it without my pin? Lucilly I dident yet paid anything to them!

Date: 10 October 2012

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Date: 3 October 2012

Comment by: Ntokozo

Well no doubt it is a scam, my best friend is with the Hawks, we went to the address confirmed with the admin they dont know these people, also they have disconnected their telephone and cell numbers. On the upside officially the hawks are on this case, we should be getting our day in court soon.

Date: 26 September 2012

Comment by: JP

Please update me on the progress as i have also been caught in this

Date: 26 September 2012

Comment by: Ntokozo

Wow,a week ago I did a google check on these guys looking out for such stories because they told me I qualify too, but there was nothing negative on the net, these stories are shocking me as I deposited 6750 also on friday, I just came from the advertised address '1 Kingsmead Boulevard' and they have never occupied space in that building ever. This is definately a scam i'm going straight to the police.

Date: 26 September 2012

Comment by: pierre

I aswell applied for a loan of R200 000, and then had to pay the deposit of R6750 to a account held by Mazomba Masande and apparently it is a absa savings acc. I looked them up on facebook and found a contact no to one of their family members. I am onmy way to johannesburg as i dont want to involve the police just yet. I will keep you informed.

Date: 25 September 2012

Comment by: Carmen

I have been caught with the same thing, and they even had the cheek to advise me to reverse/ recall my payment which cant be done as the account is empty. I emailed these people again today, stating that Im reporting them for fraud, Im just waiting for nedbank to send me the trace on that account I paid the money into. How can they steal south africans hard earned money that way.

Date: 21 September 2012

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