I just got an email from Eastside Lenders telling me I was approved for a $300 loan. I clicked on the loan documents to see what the hell was going on, and there is all my new banking info.
See, I still owe them $80. They agreed to settle with me and I haven't paid them back yet. I'm terrified now! I responded to their email and told them I did NOT solicit this loan and to remove my data from their system.
How in the world did they get this info. I've been so careful since opening this new account to not give the information out. I haven't applied for a loan, nor will I ever again.
Does anyone have a fax number for these people. I do at home...I want to fax them a copy of my email as well.
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