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Complaint Review: Curtis Wall
Curtis WallTemple GA Temple, Georgia United States of America
Curtis Wall Big Country Total Con Artist Run Run real fast Temple, Georgia
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This guy is a total con artist. He preys upon helping hands by creating stories where other people are to blame for his unfortunate circumstance. Then after proclaiming that he believes in Karma and believes in God, he proceeds to get helping people to advance him money, usually at some distance through western union. He has a gambling problem and blows money on gambling cause he is too stupid to realize that is a ripoff as well. He has been in trouble with the law for violent crimes. Dont fall for his stories, if you have recently picked this guy up hitchhiking or at a truck stop, get rid of him. He will work on you continually and the longe you spend time with him, the more likely you are to lose money with him. With me he says he has a home and wife in Grand Junction CO and that he has some property and a Z71 in in GA, that he is willing to sign over. [continued below]....
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