Financial scams can have long-term results.
Do not fall for internet scams. Whether you are an existing WeFixMoney customer or someone wondering about our services, we want you to be safe on the web. There are scams on the web attempting to steal your sensitive information.
Here’s a good rule of thumb. Do not share your sensitive information with someone anyone unless you can verify the company that they work for and are sure that the company that they work for is verifiable.
WeFixMoney works under the guidelines of the Online Lenders Alliance (OLA). The OLA helps to protect consumers against financial predators online. The minute someone nefariously gets ahold of your banking information or social security number your financial health is at risk.
One common scam promises that you will get 0% or low-interest loans by calling someone. This promise is usually left in the comment section of articles, as a review of financial business pages, or sent via email.
Always check the source of the email.
Check the email address to be sure that the company website matches the email name. If someone says that they are contacting your from WeFixMoney their email address should end with @WeFixMoney.com. We would only contact you from Info@WeFixMoney.com. If they are emailing you from another email it is likely a scam.
Google the number.
Search the phone number that called you online and makes sure that it is not a phone number linked to scams.
If you have doubts about a phone number, call WeFixMoney directly or email us at Info@WeFixMoney.com to confirm that you have been contacted by us or one of our partners.
Be careful online.
These individuals are often not in the United States and the US government has trouble tracking down and punishing these individuals.
Here are the guidelines that WeFixMoney.com operates under to keep you safe:
OLA Best Practices Overarching Guidelines:
- Ensure consumers are making educated financial decisions by fully disclosing all loan terms in a transparent and easy to understand way.
- Give consumers a chance to change their mind by maintaining a reasonable cancellation policy.
- Be a company in good standing with the officials and regulatory bodies that govern you. Comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
- Never engage in activities that are unfair, abusive or deceptive.
- Help consumers help themselves by providing referrals to credit counseling, education, and assistance when appropriate.
- Use advertising and marketing practices that promote the responsible use of short-term credit services. Do not engage in any false, misleading or deceptive advertising campaigns.
- Take applications from consumers and originate loans consistent with all applicable laws.
- Ensure that payments are authorized and processed consistent with federal laws and that consumers fully understand the options for sustained use of loans.
- Provide comprehensive website security and fraud prevention practices that include timely and accurate reports on loan activity, consumer notification of account use, and validation of routing numbers.
- Always treat consumers with respect and use fair, professional and non-abusive collection practices. Never use unlawful threats, intimidation or harassment to collect accounts.
- Appropriately manage third-party service providers to ensure that consumer information is shared and protected consistent with applicable law.