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Loan Scammer – Direct Axis Financial Services

LOAN SCAM ALERT! This post gives information on the email address directaxissa@daum.net, which is being used by South African Advance Fee Fraud loan scammers.

Loan Scam – directaxissa@daum.net

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

From: Direct Axis SA Pty Ltd <prop_kaltara@kpu.go.id>
Reply-To: Direct Axis SA Pty Ltd <directaxissa@daum.net>
To: directaxissa <directaxissa@daum.net>
Subject: Loan Application

Email body

Good Day,

We offering range of Loans from Personal to Business loans, Home loans and Debt Consolidation loans at Direct Axis Financial Services for 5% Fixed Interest Rate Per Annum.

Below are steps & requirements for an application.
Documents and applications are to be Submitted through to directaxissa@daum.net
To Apply Simply Send
1) A clear copy of your valid ID
2) Pay Slip OR 3 Months Bank Statement
3) Cell No / Office No …………………….. / ……………. …………..
4) Email …………………..
5) Loan Amount …………………..
6) Loan Repayment Duration ………………
7) Loan Type …………………………….
8) Business Loan Applicants To Send 3 Months Bank Statement &
Copy of Business Registration Documents ie CK & VAT

Other Features / Benefits Includes

Credit Decision within 24-48 hours
Cash in your account within 24-48 hours upon Approval
Fast and easy process
Free monthly statement via email
Customer Protection Insurance for your peace of mind
Immediate access to funds after loan has been transfer

Thanks for Choosing Direct Axis

Management
Direct Axis Financial Services

108 De Waal Rd Southfield Cape Town 7008, And our Direct Connection to Financial Services. Registered Credit Provider, NCRCP20

Direct Axis SA (Pty) Ltd (Registration no 1995/006077/07) is an authorized Financial Services Provider (FSP 5 and FSP 7249) © Copyright 2021

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 email address.
  • The email was mass-mailed to many recipients using BCC.
  • The email originated from South Africa, which is a known Advance Fee Fraud hotspot.