Loan Scam Alert

Loan Scammer – Auth Finance

Loan Scam – swiftcredit20@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

To: [REDACTED]
From: "pôžicka!CK<debora.boni@icc.org.br>"@webmail.icc.org.br
Reply-To: swiftcredit20@gmail.com
Subject: naléhavá nabídka pujcky

Email body

pujcovací práce
Dobrý den
AUTH FINANCE je financní spolecnost, která se specializuje na poskytování; Hypotéky, osobní pujcky, investicní pujcky, pujcky na konsolidaci dluhu, pujcky na auta, pujcky na dovolenou, školní pujcky, komercní pujcky, pujcky na vybavení, nouzové / neocekávané výdaje a projektové pujcky. Naše nabídka pujcek se pohybuje od 50 000,00 € (Min) do 500 000 000,00 € (Max) s nízkou úrokovou sazbou 2%. V prípade zájmu nás prosím kontaktujte níže: swiftcredit20@gmail.com
Název:
Adresa:
Telefon:
Cástka pujcky:
Délka pujcky:
Úvery Úcel:
Díky našim rychlým pujckám poskytuje AUTH FINANCE pujcky, které jsou jednoduché, pohodlné a levné. Tato nabídka je oficiální a legální

English translation

borrowing works
Good day
AUTH FINANCE is a finance company that specializes in providing; Mortgages, personal loans, investment loans, loans for debt consolidation, car loans, loans for holidays, school loans, commercial loans, loans for equipment, emergency / unexpected costs and project loans. We offer loans ranging from € 50 000.00 (Min) to 500 000 000,00 € (Max) with a low interest rate of 2%. In case of interest please contact us below: swiftcredit20@gmail.com
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Loan amount:
Length of Loan:
Loans Purpose:
With our fast loans AUTH FINANCE provides loans that are simple, convenient and cheap. This offer is official and legal

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 addresses used is are free Gmail address.
  • The email was mass-mailed to many recipients using BCC.
  • The email gives no indication of where the company offering the loan are based or who they are regulated by.
  • The ridiculous upper amount of loan being offered.