Loan Scam – email@example.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.
From: EASY LOAN SA <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: undisclosed-recipients:; Subject: EASY LOAN PROMOTIONS BEST OFFERS Reply-To: email@example.com
Please FIND ATTACHED FILE and application FORM for more information on
our 3% interest rate special loan promotion offer for Business and
Personal loans to suit your needs.
Easy Loan Team
From the attached PDF
EASY LOAN SA
Postal Address: PO Box 378, Cape Gate, 7562, Cape Town, South Africa
A registered credit provider in terms of section 40 of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005
+27 081 453 7688
Loan Tec h help you manage your credit profile and your budget, while offering personalized
credit based on positive behavior, which allows for better repayment terms.
We offer personal loan, business loan, study loan, home loans, debt consolidation loan and agricultural
loan at 3.00% interest rate per annum. Blacklisted and people under debt review can apply. Self-employed
people are also welcome to apply.
Features & Benefits
• A cash loan of up to R20,000,000
• Flexible repayment options (from 12 to 360 months)
• Decision & cash in your account within 24 hours
• Customer Protection Insurance for your peace of mind
• 3.00% fixed interest rate per annum
To Qualify, You Must:
•Have a valid ID (or permanent residence)
• Latest pay slips (for personal/car/debt consolidation/educational loans ONLY)
• Last three months’ bank statements
• Company CK (for business loans ONLY)
How to Apply?
Kindly email the below details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Full Names, ID Number, Occupation, Monthly Income, Phone Number, Email address, Type of Loan,
Loan Amount, Duration of Loan
Mr. Richard Morris
Why is this a loan scam?
- It was sent from a totally different email address to the one that you are asked to reply to.
- The email address used is a free Gmail address.
- The email was mass-mailed to many recipients using BCC.
- The ridiculous upper amount of loan being offered.
- The email originated from South Africa, which is a known Advance Fee Fraud hotspot.