Bridgeport woman charged in nationwide sweepstakes scam
A city woman has been scamming elderly people from across the country by claiming to represent a company running a national sweepstakes campaign, police said Tuesday.
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#1 Aug 15, 2012
these scams are based upon the greed of the victim. ths woman thought she would get 1.5 million for $25,000?
we all KNOW taxes on 1.5 million are MORE than $25,000.
i do feel sorry for the victim but only to a certain degree.
fortunatly, the woman got her money back.
if it's too good to be true.......
Since: Mar 11
#2 Aug 15, 2012
Straight from the gutters of Kingston.... what a great idea to let in a few 100,000 of those people. When Romney/Ryan wins in November, lets capture the mayor of the sanctuary city and pour molten lead up his butt.
I know lots of Jamaicans. Jamaicans and criminal tendencies are almost inseparable. Sorry if thats offensive, but I say its true. Kingston culture is a garbage culture.
I feel better now....
Since: Jul 12
#3 Aug 15, 2012
I am happy that Citizen feel better, and to all, a good night.
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