I have been looking for a personal loan as I am gearing up to move across the country and am in need of some extra funds to actually get there safely. I just received this email from a company I had never heard of, that I have never applied to. | The problem is that when I opened the attachement I knew it was not legitimate bank information, as I am an Accounting Professional in school to get my Accounting Degree specializing in Forensic Accounting and preparing to become a Certified Fraud Examiner, so I am in the midst of my training to spot these types of things, the letterhead on the attachment is not legitimate letterhead. when you go to the website capitalcashsolution.com it is a site for paralegals,which is very wrong. So what I did was first and formost forwarded the entire email to: | [email& 160;protected] | This is imparative that you forward any scam like emails to the irs at the above email address, whether you know it to be a scam or not, if you have a weird feeling about it or something doesn’t seem right, just forward it to the experts at the above email address, they know what to look for and are able to actually catch these scammers in the act so no one else will fall prey to them. | I then did a little internet searching and found this Rip Off Report site, so I thought I would add my two cents in to show you what I saw, none of this is legitimate, and actual lending company whether it be a payday advance place, a lending company or an actual bank or credit uninion will Never Ever ask you to make your monthly payments with an EFT card, or prepaid visa card of any kind, they like actual cash and want you to send them money from your actual checking account. They also report to all three credit bureaus, but they are more deifined on how that is stated in their loan ducuments.