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Unfortunately, it would appear that you've fallen for a loan scam. It is strictly unlawful in the US for a loan company to condition receipt of a loan on the payment of an up-front fee. And no legitimate loan company is going to ask for payment via green dot gold cards.
iCashloans is known to the Better Business Bureau because of complaints about it. On their rating scale from A to F the BBB gave this company an F rating. The company never responded to them.
The address appears to be virtual rather than actual, there are other scam reports about the company on the web.
Every loan company is required to be registered in each state where it does business. So, you can look the loan company up on your Secretary of State's business register and see if it's there. If it's not there, it's a scam. If it is there, you will find the name of the registered agent for the company and he is the one you would serve if you want to sue the company for the return of your money.
Otherwise, it's a job for law enforcement. Report the fraud to the FBI at IC3.gov and to the Federal Trade Commission at FTC
.gov. If this is a scam the only way you will get your money back is if law enforcement can find out who and where your scammers really are and bring them to justice.
The Federal Trade Commission has published a circular warning consumers about how to spot a loan scam. Pay close attention to it, so that this can't happen to you again.
Apart from that, if you gave this phony loan company sensitive personal information in order to qualify for this loan, please take every precaution against identity theft.