Jang Kwang Loan Company - China

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This company pertains to be a Loan company based in China.

very convincing - will give you copies of certificates of incorporation, will provide a copy of a bank transfer document showing your funds have been released. They never will be.

They approves loans and then asked for a transfer fee so they can get them released. They will confirm the receipt of the transfer fee and then give you a copy of the loan funds transfer slip.

After a few days you will receive a notice that the bank is withholding the money and then they will ask for further money to have the funds released.

They will even send letters from the bank- but don't worry it won't be the one holding the money - no money to hold.

Be aware that they also have dealings with the People Bank of China and even issue letters from them - via a Mr. Li Jingya from the Department of Finance. Unfortunately his email address gcbochina@sohu.com has nothing to do with the bank or any bank.

Jang Kwang Loan Company advertises on the web and do not have a site of their own at this time. They may use several email addresses though to date they have just had a variation on a yahoo account.

MR. JANG KWANG

FOR: JANG KWANG LOAN COMPANY

Add: No. 88 Bei Da Jie, ChaoYang Men,

Dongcheng district,

Beijing - China. 100027.

Tel: 0086-10-65557333

Fax: 0086-10-65557332

Mobile : 0086-15925967406

Email Address: jangchina6@yahoo.cn

So if you are contacted by any of these people or see an advert on the web for loans keep away.

These are people are associated with Jang Kwang Loan Company and there could be many more. Mr. Jang Kwang, Miss XIAO RUN ZHENG

Mr. RAYMOND SMITH, Mr. Li Jingya

Don't be caught out - they are not real and have no intention of lending you any money

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The People's Bank of China (PBC or PBOC) (simplified Chinese: 中国人民银行; traditional Chinese: 中國人民銀行; pinyin: Zhōngguó Rénmín Yínháng) is the central bank of the People's Republic of China (not to be confused with the Bank of China or the Central Bank of China) with the power to control monetary policy and regulate financial institutions in mainland China.

They are something like America's Federal Reserve Bank.

In other words, they don't lend you money.Do some research first.

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