Saga Finance

Raquel –

Victim Location 35806

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Saga finance, which clearly was done by some Indians, is set out to make it seem that you are accepted for a loan. They’re not going to make you pay anything upfront, luckily I use moneylion which is an affiliate of Lincoln savings bank and they don’t accept Lincoln savings Bank. So upon going through the entire phone call with this guy named Oscar I end up calling back the company off of the number that Oscar gave me in a voicemail. I call that number back and a person answers the phone says his name is Alan, and Alan sounds awfully lot like Oscar did. Allen then proceeded to tell me that because they didn’t work with Lincoln savings Bank that I was not going to receive my loan money. So I call back, Allen hangs up the phone, and I called back the same number and another person answers the phone different sounding person this time and then he proceeded to tell me that I can get the loan if money order if I get a money order. But I will have to pay for the origination fee of the money order. This is a scam through and through. Do not accept anything from these people. I got lucky I haven’t lost any money so therefore proceed with caution do not accept anything from saga finance.

Suzanne –

Victim Location 02050

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

I received a call from this company. They told me I was approved for a loan in the amount of 1000$. I knew something wasn’t right when they told me to go through a verification process. This process entailed me going to stop and shop and purchasing eBay gift cards with funds they deposited into my account. Next thing you know they took money out of my account and my account is now negative. My bank couldn’t do anything for me. I’m mad I lost money in the process. Being a single mother this isn’t what I needed. I need every penny I can get now my bank account is negative and it has messed a lot up for me.

Cameron –

Victim Location 14072

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

This person called and offered me a $2000 loan. He had had all my information including all my bank information. He then asked me for my my password for my bank acct which I refused to give hi I do not know this person or company. He also has my social security number

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