Business Loan Scam

Don't be tempted.

"Congratulations! Your business is pre-approved for a $250,000 loan."

Wow, $250,000. Sounds easy! Sounds tempting! Especially if you are running a small business. And what if you're one that was struggling and in need of help? Would you be tempted to listen to the pitch and try to get to a human operator?

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What You Should Know

Loan scams are plentiful and follow the same, predictable formula. The phone rings and it's a robocall. The caller, typically a recording, tries to convince you that you have already qualified for a huge loan without having to produce years of financial data. The victims are prompted to "press 1" for more information and are then connected to a "qualified loan representative." And this is where the scam really progresses.

They are not providing loans, but instead bilking victims in a series of incidental fees. Filing fees, processing fees, loan origination fees, etc. And worse still, during the "loan application" process, victims have handed over all manner of sensitive information, including Social Security and bank account numbers.

How YouMail can help stop business loan scams today

YouMail is the leading solution for getting rid of robocalls and we are proud that our customers are protected from scammers, spammers, and other unwanted callers. Best of all, it's a 100% free service available for everyone!

Here are a couple of REAL voicemails
left with YouMail customers.

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What you should do

ANY caller telling you that you've been approved of a $250,000 loan is a scam. If it sounds too good to be true, it is! Hang up and then block the number. And just in case you do "press 1", do not give out any information or provide any upfront payment. Be sure to report them to the Federal Trade Commission and Better Business Bureau.

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Our best advice

Enjoy the security of voicemail! Don't answer calls from numbers you don't recognize and if you hear a message like those described above, just press delete. Find out more about the number. Check out YouMail's online phone directory to see if that number has negative reports or belongs to a known scammer.",