- Report: #832601
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Complaint Review: italian guy selling leather jackets for free
italian guy selling leather jackets for free20th and 5th New York, New York United States of America
italian guy selling leather jackets for free fake italian guy with a creepy smile drives around in a SUV asking for pity and scamming New York, New York
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This same guy has not been caught.
Caucasian. Looks to be in his 30s. Blondish/Brownish hair. Blue eyes.
Drives around 21st Street and 5th avenue or to 26th street and 5th avenue in a Dark Navy SUV and suddenly pulled up to me to start this scam.
Ask me where the airport is, tell me that he is a fashion designer and wants to give away his clothes so that he doesn't get taxed on them. He tells me to feel 3 of them, which he claims are $1,000 each.
Seemed too good to be true. Then he asked me if I have a girlfriend, and that he can give me this dress, and all the jackets for free, at $300.
It seemed fishy so I said I have no money and he said "Well, okay" and drove away very quickly.
Very surprised to see this going on back 2009 in New York too?
People need to know about this scam. He seems to like the Flat-iron area.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/01/2012 10:22 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/italian-guy-selling-leather-jackets-for-free/New-York-New-York-/italian-guy-selling-leather-jackets-for-free-fake-italian-guy-with-a-creepy-smile-drives-832601. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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