Murfreesboro Woman Tries to Get Online Loan - Loan Approved, Company Never Gives Her the Money

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On October 26th, a 19-year old woman tried to get a loan through an online company that later turned out to be a fake. The Rutherford County area female told the authorities she applied for a $2,000 loan and quickly received a green light. The only catch called for her to make the first payment in advance and the payment was to include new account fees. The first check she sent to the company called “Fast Cash” totaled $501. It is important to note that the online company is not tied to any local company with a similar name.

The female realized the organization was not on the up and up when she failed to receive her $2,000 in her bank account. That was when she called the police.

No arrests have been made and no leads have materialized, according to the information WGNS was privy to on the actual police report.

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MPD Incident Report #13-21317

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