All we can say to this one is, "Wow." "Power Finance Investments Corporation" (PFIC) "specializes" in offering different kinds of loans to individuals and organizations. We can supposedly "borrow" from US$1,500 right on up to US$11.95 million. The problem? You would expect them to have a domain name, something like pfic.com, right? Well, no, they don't. They wrote to us from a free e-mail address, and they expect us to reply to a free e-mail address as well. This, of course, is an advance fee scam, similar to 4-1-9, and we wouldn't be surprised if it came from Nigeria. When you were approved for a loan at your bank last time, did they ask you for a fee? Of course not. You're either approved, or you're not, and there is no fee. These guys will ask for a fee in advance, with which they would disappear, because there is no loan. It doesn't exist, and it never does. This entry is linked here in the upper right hand corner, below "Advance Fee Fraud." There are also five different loan scam videos from YouTube linked here. The first one is an hour long, the rest are five minutes or less. Check out the Amazon books that we recommend on the left, and please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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