Loan Scam Alert

Loan Scammer – jacksonwaltonloancompany gmail.com

Loan Scam – jacksonwaltonloancompany@gmail.com

The below loan scam email was sent to an email address that exists only to catch scam emails. It has never been used to register on any site, only to communicate with scammers.

Email headers

Reply-To: Jacksonwaltonloancompany@gmail.com
From: Jennifer loris <jenniferloris1@gmail.com>
Subject: Do you need a loan?
To: [Redacted - long list of email addresses]

Email body

Good Day.

We are Christian Organization formed to help people in needs of
helps,such as financial help,So if you are going through financial
difficulty or you are in any financial mess,and you need funds to
start up your own business,or you need Loan to settle your debt or pay
off your bills,start a nice business, or you are finding it hard to
obtain capital loan from local banks, for the bible says””Luke 11:10
Everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks,
the door will be opened”so do not let these opportunity pass you by
because Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever more,Please
these is for serious minded and God fearing People.

Contact (Jacksonwaltonloancompany@gmail.com)

You are advise to fill and return the Details below..

LOAN APPLICATION FORM

Name of applicant:…………….
Country:…………………………..
Occupation:………………………
Sex:…………………………………
Purpose of loan:………………..
Age:………………………………..
Phone:…………………………….
Amount needed:……………….
Loan Duration:…………………
Monthly income:………………
Have You Applied For A Loan Before?

Email Us On (Jacksonwaltonloancompany@gmail.com)

Why is this a loan scam?

  1. It was sent from a totally different email address to the one that you are asked to reply to.
  2. The email address used is a free Gmail address.
  3. The email was mass-mailed to many recipients all of whose email addresses were shown in the To field – a legitimate lender would not breach customer privacy like this
  4. The email gives no indication of who is offering the loan, where they are based or who they are regulated by.
  5. The email contains religious quotations. A legitimate lender would not be referring to religion in their emails. Only deluded scammers who think religion makes them appear legitimate do this.