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Old 03-06-2013, 06:29 AM
denis83 denis83 is offline
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A horrible rip off from a fake lender called Rev Kelly Kofi from Ghana
I would like to share and expose my nasty experience with a dirty money laundering conman so that everyone else, especially loan seekers in desperate situations can be aware of this filthy money laundering scams operated online.
In July Last year 2012, I was in desperate need of a loan for a small business investment as both my wife with a 4 year old son and I were redundant from work due to stressful economic situation in the UK . After browsing online for quite a while I came across a yahoo answer page which I find a testimonial from somebody called Kate Wotton from Canada which is obviously 100% Fake. Please have a look at it below.

I am Mrs.Kate Wotton from Canada and I have decided to help people out due to the fact that I myself have been scammed three times by three lenders in my search for a loan but at last I got a reliable lender. That gave me the loan ($58,000 USD at 2% rate) that I was in dire need off. Hence I decided that I will refer anybody I come across to this God sent lender Called (Rev.Kelly Kofi )he is reliable and his terms are fair. You can reach him via his email address: Please tell him that Mrs Kate Wotton from CANADA. I have search for a legit lender until I got him and I decided to help my fellow humans with this because there are a lot of fake lenders out there and I do not want anybody to fall a prey to those hoodlums out there please reach him and tell him that I referred you to him.

At the time I was so blinded by this bogus testimonial main reason being I was so desperate for money because I wanted financial security for my little son in damaged and untrustworthy UK economy I applied for a loan from this lowlife conman, to mention a large sum over $50000. I was sent a application and some paperwork which I filled and emailed back. The next email I received was a request to send $700 for some insurance fee. Reluctantly I sent this amount so blinded by the above testimonial but it n ever stopped there. I received log in details for a fake site called bank of Ghana which is used as a tool to exploit people and I was shown the requested balance on the site which I was supposed to transfer bank to bank wire as this person mentioned. When I tried this was impossible (as this is a SCAM) an kept asking me for a vat code. When I emailed back to this person I was asked for more money in order to release this vat code which never existed and the amount this scammer stole from me reached $3700 until I was convinced this is a total rip off.
For the fact that I have been exposing this scam through loan forums this horrible person has posted his fake testimonial once again to regain his reputation in order to continue stealing money from vulnerable people few months back. Justgoogle rev kelly kofi and you will find it.

One last word to fellow loan seekers who browse the net for a genuine lender for people with bad credit, there is no such thing and if anybody guarantees to offer a loan to such person and request to pay a fee upfront be sure that it’s a 100% rip off. Especially Ghana is a country well known for money landing traps like this which I latter found out through research that I could have done before I got caught up with this scam. I admit for being extremely erratic and stupid at the time but I want to expose this low life scammer who call himself rev Kelly kofi so nobody else fall in the trap which I fell and still suffering the nasty consequences of it. Please be wise when Appling for loans online.
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:29 PM
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Default Re: A shocking loan fruad from Ghana

Wow, sounds like a bad situation to be caught up in. Goes with the old saying, if something is to good to be true, it probably is.
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Old 03-10-2013, 03:21 AM
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Default Re: A shocking loan fruad from Ghana

Why didn't you go in for a payday loan?
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Old 03-10-2013, 02:46 PM
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Default Re: A shocking loan fruad from Ghana

Honestly, I don't know how people fall for these traps. Must be very good-hearted people. Unfortunately, these scams originate in foreign countries and the leash of American law cannot whip them. Had they been here, it would have been a different story. Thank you for sharing.
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