Report: #1138378


  • Submitted: Sat, April 12, 2014
  • Updated: Sat, April 12, 2014
  • Reported By: Mark — Scottsdale Arizona
    PO BOX 553
    GLENDALE, Arizona


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On Friday, April 12, 2014, a young white male presented himself at my door as an ASU student whose father was a flight surgeon in the Air Force. He said he was 23 years old and selling magazine subscriptions for GIs overseas. He also stated his father's name was Bernie Rees. He was about 5'10'', well-built, blond hair, and wore cutoffs. He was a fast talker, very quick on the uptake, and even pointed to a nearby house he said he lived in here in my gated community. He got $50 cash from me and a promise to return the next day to wash my car as a courtesy. When he didn't show up I checked the house, his name, and googled up YNS subscriptions which proved I had been very neatly scammed. I have reported this to our gate guard and the Scottsdale police.

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