Supreme Loan Finance Company

Discussion in 'Loan Scams' started by Garreg Ddu, May 11, 2010.

  1. Garreg Ddu

    Garreg Ddu Gweinyddwr Staff Member

    The origin appears to be in the US, but the language and general feel of the message is Nigerian.


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    Origin IP Address = = Affinity Internet, Inc., Corporate headquarters, 3250 W. Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309, US

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    Date: Tue, 11 May 2010
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    Supreme Loan Finance Company is giving out loan again at low interest rate, We offer Legitimate Loans without collateral at the low interest rate of 3% with maximum guarantee and assurance.

    apply today and your long awaited desire will be achieved within 3-4 days of your application.

    Email the below information to this contact address (

    (1)Full Name:
    (2)Parmanent Address & Country:
    (3)Sex & Age:

    (1)Amount Needed :
    (2)Loan Duration:
    (3)Monthly Income :
    (4)Valid Telephone/Fax:

    Please all responds should be sent to (
  2. tfax

    tfax New Member

    my husband got an email from the same company from a guy named David Ikemba. He says he is from Nigeria but it appears that his IP address is somewhere in Beijing China. He has been conversing through emails back and forth with my husband and wow all of a sudden we are approved with this magical loan of $8500 and all we need to do is provide our name, bank address and phone number, account number and wait for a transfer confirmation number. we received this transfer confirmation number from a bank called WEMA BANK PLC which is in Nigeria with instructions as to how we move forward with this transfer. supposedly our online domicillary account has been successfully opened.but we must be informed that this is just a temporal static account til the transfer is made to our present bank account in our location. our overdraft insurance and VAT fees are $525 and they must be paid to the cashier before the account will be approved. supposedly this is to verify that my account is valid and also to protect their clients against fraud after which my fund will clear up in my account in 48 hours working days time. this is their verbage not mine. after payment is made we are to confirm payment back to the management through emailing with following payment information. immediately after payment is confirmed we are required to send proof of payment to this email immediately to enable them to soon as they receive confirmation and evidence of payment they will effect our transfer immediately. it will be concluded in a maximum of 48 hours.
  3. Dororo

    Dororo Administrator Staff Member

    It is still a scam. There is no money for a loan. They are criminals who want to steal $525 from you. You should not answer them.
  4. tfax

    tfax New Member

    yes you are absolutely right. do they really think that I'm going to send them $525? I mean come on, how obvious can they be? It was just a matter of time before they dropped the ball. If it was truly a fee, they could have subtracted it from the "loan amount"
  5. Dororo

    Dororo Administrator Staff Member

  6. i fell victim to these Nigerian thieves. They offered more in the way of loan than I wanted. To prove I could pay the monthly charge, I, being the idiot and obvious gullible person I am, followed their instruction.

    I purchased 2 iTune gift cards, gave them the confirmation numbers like a total idiot. I was then told my loan was being wired and would be received in 7 minutes. When the son of a so-and-so returned, he told me my credit score prevented the wire transfer. My stomach sank.

    A that point, I was told they could temporarily raise my credit score for an additional $250z

    I went off and was advised by Apple Support they see this frequently, so “Heklo fellow idiots”. I am providing all the information I can to bring these thieves down.
  7. Sphinx

    Sphinx Administrator Staff Member

    No, you're not an idiot. You ran across something you haven't seen before. We all live and learn.
    De Master Yoda likes this.

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