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A scam is designed to trick you into giving away your money, personal details or data by offering an attractive deal or false information.
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Anonymous | 24 Apr 2021
I was browsing for money lending options and i received a message from a loan consultant claimed to be from “jm? credi?”. Did a quick look up from ministry of law website, and saw the license number tally with the letterhead provided on the loan application, therefore i assured that it was a licensed money lender. Started engaging with the representative on monday (19 april 2021). Upon receiving "official agreement", they requested for further payments due to i'm an e-pass holder. Over the days, amount of random "fees" gradually increase amounted to sgd $22,000. Eventually i figured that this group of scammers are imposters, using other's licensed company name to convinced that they are from that company
Editor's Note: Please note that unlicensed moneylenders can impersonate as licensed moneylenders by creating fake websites using their details. Licensed moneylenders are not allowed to put up advertisements online (including social media), SMS or messaging apps. Please contact licensed moneylenders via the contact details and visiting only the websites found in this list: https://rom.mlaw.gov.sg/files/ML%20Lists/ML%20List%20as%20at%2001March2021.pdf.
Licensed moneylenders are not allowed to approve loans remotely.
Name: jml credit pte ltd (imposters) - Justin (loan consultant), shawn (manager), Alex (director), Danny (personal banker)
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