Fraudsters contacted victims that are potential they are able to secure them a payday loan or even a federal federal government grant. This could be a tempting offer as the victims were often struggling for money.
When the victim offered their details, the scammer produced universal credit claim for the advance loan. The fraudster charged the target a big section of this loan as a ‘fee’ after which disappeared. They were now in arrears to the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) for the full amount of the initial loan, including the ‘fee’ paid to the scammer when they got a letter about their universal credit application, the victim realised. Continue reading “Fraudsters contacted potential victims saying they could secure them an online payday loan or even a federal federal government grant.”