NSBA National Small Business Alliance – scam scamming liers

Shawn Lang told me I would recieve a packet with all the information to recieve a garanteed $8,000 credit line along with all the other benifites. After he obtained my bank info to charge $1, the packet would be mailed out. Also included in the packet he promissed a $100 gas card. I could call an cancel within a month and not be charged anything. I received the packet, and it was a stupid membership certificate and a peice of paper with some numbers that did not work. I had to dig deep to find a number that connected with someone who could cancel, and there was absolutly no credit line or gas card, big waiste of time. I mailed them a bill.

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