Is midweekpay a Scam? The Online Lending Website

Can someone tell me if Midweek Pay or MidweekPay located at www.midweekpay.com is a scam or is it legit? There is no way to contact anyone via telephone and they have no physical address. The only available contact is via an online chat. I also notice that their domain name has been registered in Panama, not in the United States, although they claim borrowers must be US citizens or permanent residents. If anyone has any information, please leave it the comment below. I am not submitting my personal information or SSN on any website that has not confirmed to be legit.

Is midweekpay a Scam? The Online Lending Website

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  • August 31, 2021 at 7:45 AM by carlldawsonn from: New York, New York, United States

    I've tried their service last month

    They've got lots of good reviews on Trustpilot so I thought its worth a shot.

    After completing a quick form all it took is a couple of hours and I've got 2 loan offers from different lenders. No spam messages on my phone nor email, I even used different email and phone numbers because I was afraid I could get spammed. I think that if you considering in taking a small loan right now this is a pretty good option.

  • September 1, 2020 at 10:55 AM by an anonymous user from: San Marcos, California, United States

    This may be obvious, but either way you should never click on any of these links. I just got one of these myself. With the amount of data breaches today, getting a match for your number and last name is, sadly, not hard.

    Best thing to do would be to monitor your credit reports, and possibly report the text to authorities. If anything shows up that you do not recognize, challenge it immediately.

  • August 29, 2020 at 1:45 AM by an anonymous user from: Ocala, Florida, United States

    I have been getting random texts from them for a few days saying my loan as been approved and they even have my name. I've never even heard of them. They've been sending me verification codes and links which I have not opened. Either it's a scam, or someone is using my information to try to get a loan.

  • August 27, 2020 at 8:03 AM by an anonymous user from: Aurora, Illinois, United States

    I cannot tell where in the US this company is located, so I wouldn't trust them with my SSN.

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