Miracle Lending Services

Dale –

Victim Location 23453

Total money lost $1,500

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Contacted me saying they could help me get a loan even with my bad credit score so I went along and completed the loan documents and paid the insurance down payment of $1500 once I started having doubts about the company after I had already sent the money I told them I wanted my money back and to cancel the loan because they kept asking me for more money and none of it made sense. They told me I would be getting a check in the mail in 30 days but who knows if I will receive the money back or not

Micah –

Victim Location 68064

Total money lost $730

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

I thought I followed all the rules to avowed being scammed. Miracles Lending was selling me a Debt Consolidation Loan. All I had to do was make the first 3 months payments toward the principle of the loan. Now I’m not dumb I know you don’t buy money, I was just verifying to them that making these payments wasn’t going to be an issue, right, especially sense my credit is not the best, actually it’s pretty bad.

So I get the loan documents sign everything send it back to secure the loan and arrange to make the 675$ payment the first if the month. My loan is for 5000$ so over the next week before I get the loan I make arrangements to pay off some of my debts. I signed the loan papers they signed the loan papers!!! I’m getting 5000$ after I send them the 675$ right?

I did all the checking you can do on this company. Then today I see that if a business does not have the “http” infront of it’s email it’s not a reputable company. Too late now.

Carla –

Victim Location 99207

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

A family member of mine applied for a loan at this "business". He was contacted by phone (a woman named Jessica Phillips) and was told he was approved for the loan. They told him they needed someone on the application with a credit score over 700 or a collateral payment of $625, paid over three months. He was told that once he paid that amount, they would deposit the money in his bank account, and his first payment would be due 4 months from the date on the paperwork. They send the paperwork to him via PDF. The first thing that stuck out on the PDF was the address: the name of the city was misspelled (it’s Berkeley, not Berkley). The fax number is in Southern Cal. When I contacted the company on the provided phone number, there were three extensions to choose, and none of them were Jessica Phillips. I searched online for this company, and it doesn’t show on Google until I type the exact web address. Either way, this does not appear to be a legitimate business.

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