11 ‘OneLoanPlace.com’ Reviews
You apply for a loan told you are approved and then you are directed to Lexington Law who take all this information and tell you that you will be contacted by the loan company after you agree to them running a credit report for 14.99 through Credit Advantage, and tell you that you will be billed $109.20 a month for them to repair your credit! Do not go through these people they are total scams, and when you contact One Loan Place the number takes you right back to Lexington Law (who state that they have nothing to do with the One Loan Place nor do they work with them, so my question was then why am I directed to Lexington Law. I cancelled with them and contacted the credit advantage company to get my refund on my credit report. Again Please don't be scammed!
They tried the old we have loans approved for you but you have to get this credit repair service to get the loans sent to you trick...I got fooled before so I called him on it like I don’t care about a high interest loan if I’m approved I’ll take it...y’all just tryna sell me this useless service only to deny me after the fact like the last people. After a bit of back and forth he hung up on me when it was clear to him I wasn’t falling for it.
Are you a scammer? First of all I am a senior and you are praying on me. Second of all I am in a state that doe not accept payday loans, it is against the sate law. I am from New Jersey, look it up. Third of all I am retired and it know way you will get paid back because you cannot collect funds from pensions and social security. And finally I did apply for you to refer me to a lender. How did you get my email and private telephone number. It seems like people like you don't check out the person first. That is why I hate people like you that try and take advance of people like me that is a senior. You need to stop it.
Scam. I applied for a $1000 loan. One Loan called me and said I was approved but needed to sign up first with Lexington Law. I signed up with them which cost me $59.95.
I then called One Loan and they turned down my loan request. End result; I needed this loan to survive. I had X number of dollars in my bank account. Now I have $59.95 less than I had yesterday and no loan.
Total scam. Only Lexington Law made out.