(323) 318-3663 is a Personal Loan Scam
Do not answer.
- Transcript This call is from first cash advance you have been approved for a loan up to $15000.00 no upfront fees no security deposit or processing charges so call us back on our direct line number 323-318-3663 let me repeat that for you 323-318-3663 thank you and have a great day.
- Date Blacklisted October 25, 2017
- Call Activity Last Blocked
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