I was using ROKU on a there TV and was setting up Amazon Prime. A message on the screen came up with a Passcode to put in on my phone which I did and then it redirected me to the 3237397071 to text. I texted this number and I got a text back giving me a schedule of prices for more than two Amazon Prime. and to call with a credit card. Keeping in mind I thought I was talking to an Amazon Rep...I did give out my credit card number. Then he got rude telling me the card was invalid. I asked to speak to the manager and he hung up...That's when I realized I had been scammed. Call Amazon and the CC to report the incident and cancel the card. I STILL CANNOT BELIEVE I GOT REDIRECTED FROM MY ROKU/AMAZON PRIME. Buyers beware!!!!
You notice that all of the posters who have claimed that they received a loan, and that this is a "real" company, consistently mispell common english words??? I would bet it is because it is the same person, and not American !!! The sites Admin is "right on" with his/her judgement of these replies!
In response to Harry....
Are you sure your name isn't "Eric Olsen", or no, maybe it is "Marty Dawson" I admit, I had "sucker" written on my forehead when you were able to rip me off. One thing I don't do is lie! If I did get a loan.... give me the details, or maybe you don't want to publish YOUR bank acct infor?
Just remember, "what comes around, goes around"
When you walk into a Western Union office they hand you the little multi-page form to fill out. On the front page in BIG black letters they tell you what to NOT to use Western Union for. Here is the short version: Anything, ANYTHING other than money to family & friends (real ones, not the ones you met on the internet) Be it GreenDot, MoneyPak, ANY wire transfer that involves CASH, if you are using it for a loan, prize, gift from a stranger, buying off the internet, a love that you met on the internet, who has a "problem", but it's nothing sending a few bucks can't fix - It's a SCAM! Period. These are ALL classic Nigerian advance fee scams.