Lendingclub Scam or Legit? Check Lendingclub Reviews below.
George –

Victim Location 71463

Total money lost $918

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

I went online to borrow some money. I chose Lending club. They sent $ 900.00 to my bank. Told yo withdraw the money and go to wal marts to get 2 gift cards and call them with numbers .on the back and they would send some money to my bank. My bank callef me telling me that the check that was sent to me was a fraud. Now I have to pay the bank back $900.00. I called Lending club back and told them what the bank rain said and Lending club said they would take care of the situation. That was in MAY now the bank has sent me a letter saying that I got a yo pay them back. I have called Lending club back and and they give me a run around saying they are going to fix it. Here it is July 2 2019 still nothing. I have called them 4 times this morning and I get a recording. I am on a fixed income as I told them that

They still haven’t talked to me or done as they promised.

Shawn –

Victim Location 71202

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

They were offering $8000 for $200 a month for 45 months but I had to show them that I had $200 in my account then they wanted me to go to a western union to ge the $8000

Amanda –

Victim Location 32822

Total money lost $329

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Hello, I got scammed by scammers disguised as loan lending specialists. There are plenty of them out here; however, one has to be keen, aware, and courageous enough to stand up for him or herself when cornered and pressured to provide either more personal information or consent for the scammers to move ahead with their processes. As it occurred, they finagled me into purchasing $320 worth of Steam Technology gift cards (shown below) in order to move on ahead with their loan processing procedures. They feed on your desire and attempt to use reverse psychology methods and scare tactics to get to you. They consume all of your time on the telephone and keep you occupied the whole entire time that you are talking with them. They tell you that the purpose of you buying the cards is to help with the loan processing fees, which they supposedly refund back to you whenever they finally transmit the loan into your banking account via electronic wiring, which, of course, never occurs at all. They also place you on long, false holds as well with no music playing. When finally completed with the process, they give you a false time that the will happen. I checked my bank account all night and throughout the rest of the morning, and still no money was deposited or forwarded to me at all as promised, and this is when I figured the entire process to have been a complete setup. Rules learned here are to never give out any of your innformation to strangers, take time out to discuss the situation with any available responsible family member,

and always go with your intuition or first mind. Also, know that you should never have to spend out any money to get a loan.

Miranda –

Victim Location 35011

Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

Received call from two gentlemen. first caller informed me that I had been approved for a loan from Lending club. Did not give his name. when I returned the call I was told to hold on. Call was dropped. Upon calling back a gentleman answered the phone and identified himself as David Johnson. He again informed me that I had been approved for a loan up to $5,000.00. He asked me how much I wanted to borrow. Told him $1,000.00. Asked me if I had a bank account. Then told me that I would have to pay a $50.00 fee and loan would be deposited in my account after I sent them the $50.00 iTune card. Asked for address and name of company again and he stated that I just needed the phone number to complete the transaction. Informed him that I would call him back. The gentleman called me again and asked how long it would take me to get to a WalGreen or a Walmart store tosend $50.00 iTune card? I informed him that I was not going to send them anything and informed them if they contacted me again I was going to contact the police.

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