Cityline Financial Group Informative - Advance fee Scam

Review by nanadel on 2007-04-25
I fell for this advance fee scam a few weeks ago. I notified the Better Business Bureau, the Attorney General's office in DC and in my state and also the Dept of Justice for Securities and Banking in Washington DC. I heard back from them today and they are using my complaint in their investigation. Money is lost and I called the phone number today and it did not even connect.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-04-27
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-04-25:
Sorry you fell for it. It amazes me that in today's world with all of our communications that people are still falling for the advance fee and the lottery fee scams. The people that stole your money are the true bottom feeding scum of society. These scum do run from scam to scam so keep your eyes and ears open and they may show up again. But next time get names, address's and everything else you can on them and run don't walk to the police.
Posted by grandma005 on 2007-04-25:
You need to get in touch with sungirljo. You to have something in common. You have been scam. Real loan companies do not require up front money.
Posted by Washington on 2007-04-27:
I just writing back to let you know that, I have also filed a complaint with the FBI and they are also looking into this company. We sent the money and then the next day when you are to receive the fonds from the loan another person calls you and tells you need to sent more money in order to secure the loan. I'm sorry to hear that someone else has also gotten scam by them.

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