If the majority of credit companies are well-known to propose quality services in complete safety, there are however more and more swindlers on the internet. These one are proposing credit solutions at a rate extremely low. How to spot such scams and how to avoid falling on the trap?
The classified ads are useful for selling and buying things or others services. Nevertheless, even on a reputed classified ad website credit scams are more and more frequent. This means that even if the classified ads are sorted, it is sometimes difficult to discern a serious offer than a scam. Usually serious companies are avoiding to pass by a classified ads for making an advertising. So it is important to be aware once glimpsing a classified ad who is proposing credit solution for individuals.
According to the coordination services against criminality on the internet (SCOCI) swindlers are more and more active via social networks. The swindlers don’t hesitate to boast cheap rates extremely low or advantageous. Some of them are not hesitating to give banks employee’s name or well-known organisations for given more credit to their scams.
The operating mode is the same every time: the swindler after contacting you will demand you to:
Even for a person who is not familiar or little with the consumer credit area, recognizing scams is relatively simple as long as the person have common sense and mistrust. So, if a loan offer represents one or several following characteristics, you can consider that it is probably a scam: