No I have not met him, as I said before he responded to my application for a loan on the internet. Anyhow, its too late now I've been talked into sending £300 via Western Union to India. I've been in touch with the Western Union about it and they said I have to involve the police if I wish to take it further. He said on the telephone that my loan was guaranteed, but when I told him this was all the money I had, he continued until I finally decided to take a chance. When he eventually did ring back he said because I didn't pay the extra to send the funds to India, there was more money required. It wasn't just the small fee they wanted, it was between £90-£200. I felt there was something not quite right about that and told him no, and he knew I didn't have the money. I think he wanted me to ask someone I knew which I was not going to do. This was why I asked you for advice the night before. On your website you give the impression there is someone there all the time. I would have followed your advice and probably not been so stupid as to pay that much valued money that I needed. But there wasn't anyone available at the time that I asked for the advice. I'm not blaming you, it was my decision in the end, but I think I know now what you would have said. I don't feel I've had the advice I was after at the time and as I don't have hardly any money at all and need every penny I get for the next few weeks, then I have to ask for a refund. Thank you, Barbara.
Ok - Dont send any more money -its a scam.
I did respond within a couple of hours.
But delete any emails from him
Good luck and dont send any more £