Gumtree Loan


hi 
i placed an add on gumtree requesting a loan from a lender. i ecieved feedback ofcourse from a couple of people who requested that i send them my personal details, i asked them for their company details and discovered they are from nigeria which i gladdly turned down.
but i have recently recieved a mail from a mr paul mccann who is offering his loans at a 6,80??? percent.
has anyone ever worked with him? will it be safe to proceed with him?
this is the email address of paul;live.invstmntltd@live.com

Report ID: 7134
Crime Category: Fraud
Province: Gauteng
City/Town: JOHANNESBURG
Suburb: N/A
Address: Gumtree
Crime Date/Time: 14 Oct 2014, 00:10 AM
Reported By: Username7134
Reported Date: 14 Oct 2014, 22:10 PM
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  • Username7142 16 Oct 2014, 08:53 AM

    Hi there If u need a loan fast call Capfin, they pay out in 2 days and so efficient...after one week i paid the loan back and the do give discount for early settlements as well call 0873106233 or sms HELP to 43679 Good Luck

  • Derek Smythe 15 Oct 2014, 04:40 PM

    You are going to be overwhelmed with scams! You will never find a real loan by advertising the way you are. As for live.invstmntltd@live.com, lets do a reality check: Use Google to search for "live.invstmntltd@live.com". He "advertises" and responds from the US to Russia, Europe to South Africa. In reality you would never qualify for an international loan. Yet he would obtain your personal details, tell you you qualify, "just pay these admin fees, bank fees ....": Read up about "advance fee fraud". Also a real financial institution would not use a free "@live.com" (Hotmail) email address. You can't even see where this scammer is located in the emails as Microsoft hides these details. In the meantime he has your personal details and may well be impersonating you! When you are finally destitute, you may well receive threat on your life or your loved ones - the so called "Hitman Scam", trying to extort more money from you. This has happened numerous times in South Africa and is still happening. Going to the police in an international incident, because this is what this will be, will get you no joy and any money you have lost would be gone forever. This would also not be a failing of the police, rather having nothing to work on. The internet is not for sissies, as Paul Vixie once said. So please learn more about the internet before posting any of your details online or sharing it with anyone.

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