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Scammer ‘Sells’ This Disabled Woman A PS5 For $450 And Never Sends It, So She Decides To Mess Up His Life
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People, Social Issues1 year ago

Scammer ‘Sells’ This Disabled Woman A PS5 For $450 And Never Sends It, So She Decides To Mess Up His Life

It’s been difficult to get your hands on the new PlayStation 5 since its release. So if someone really wants the console, they have to be open to all kinds of opportunities.

Which is why artist Brittany Everette pursued one that presented itself on Twitter. Or at least she thought it did.

“This guy … reached out to me saying he was selling his PS5 digital edition that his fiancé gifted him because it was the wrong version. He was selling it at the regular price too,” Everette tweeted.

The woman was skeptical at first but he seemed genuine, so she agreed to a 50% down payment and the rest 50% on arrival. And that’s when she realized she was being scammed.

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The woman never had any personal interactions with scammers prior to this experience. So for someone without any “formal” training, you gotta give it to Brittany, she’s certainly quick on her feet!

“Surprisingly, the authorities haven’t responded after I reported the scam,” Brittany told Bored Panda. “The only thing I’ve received are confirmations that my reports/complaints were filed.”

She said the reaction her thread has received was overwhelmingly supportive. “I had no idea my story would reach this many people. The amount of love and positivity has been truly incredible.”

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Even though she got her money back, Brittany still doesn’t have a PS5. “I’ve tried every restock at Target, Walmart, Amazon, GameStop, Sony, and Best Buy with no luck,” she explained. “Bots buy entire stocks out within seconds then resell them for over $1,000. I really want one, but it’s starting to seem impossible (this is me asking if Sony wants to send me a PS5 digital edition).”

And she isn’t alone in this situation. Sony has created one of the hottest gadgets of recent years in the PlayStation 5, but its launch has been spoiled by scalpers who are buying up scarce supplies and threatening the long-term health of the company’s most important product.

Scalpers, who buy the PS5 at retail and then resell at a higher price, have long been a challenge in the gaming business. But the problem at this particular time is even bigger since the coronavirus has squeezed production and pushed more console sales online — where scalpers use sophisticated bots to buy up the PlayStation 5 (and the new Microsoft Xbox).

These bots constantly monitor online stores for changes in inventory and supplies, then automatically place orders and check out in seconds when the goods become available. The technique is based on familiar web-crawling or scraping technology, but specifically tailored for e-commerce and can sometimes jump to the front of order queues.

A console’s debut is planned to set off a virtuous cycle of consumers rushing to buy the devices, while developers release games that capitalize on new graphics and processor capabilities, increasing the demand on both sides.

“The PlayStation 5 could miss a critical chance to get into a good hardware-software upward spiral,” said Kazunori Ito of Morningstar Research. “The peak of the platform will likely be low and the platform’s total revenue earned won’t be as strong as we hoped for.”

As for Brittany, she isn’t ashamed she got herself into this mess and thinks other people shouldn’t be too. “At the same time, don’t let the scammers/scalpers get away with it! Hold them accountable for the terrible way they’re treating people,” she added.

People think Brittany handled the situation like a pro

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F.S
Community Member
1 year ago

"sell your bootyhole, idc"

Pearl Of the SeaWing RainWings
Community Member
1 year ago

That was my favorite part XD

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Tiari
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

Children, please don’t imitate that one without checking your countries’ laws before. Pretending to be a lawyer can get you in serious legal trouble in several countries.

WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
1 year ago

But I doubt if any scammer will file a complaint or report you to the police. Criminals generally aren't too keen on contacting the police.

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Tantalum_Radium
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1 year ago

Fake or not, I hope it’s scares dirty low-life scammers!

Luke Oakridge
Community Member
1 year ago

I don't know how she was able to know that the new twitter handles were for the same individual. Also, how did she find the e-mails of his fiance? This kind of information doesn't seem like something you could get from a simple internet search.

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Robert McLaughlin
Community Member
1 year ago

I got ripped off and called the USPS police. Holy cow that's where retired nazis go to work. never be afraid to get them on your side if scammed and snail mail is involved.

Ray Lebowski
Community Member
1 year ago

A long-time friend of mine (and most decidedly not a Nazi, as his father and his family fled Germany to get away from those vermin) spent his career as a USPS lawyer. His work motto was that of Bruce Banner aka The Incredible Hulk--"Don't make me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry."

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Jay James
Community Member
1 year ago

she should have asked for legal fees as well

Requiem
Community Member
1 year ago

Just dont pay someone in advance, find one in your own city and then Dont buy them from people trying to make money off the lack of PS5s I just report everyone of them on Facebook marketplace as a scam. Ive noticed no one reselling the new Xbox

Dan Pieniak
Community Member
1 year ago

Especially paying them the second amount before getting your stuff - Stupid.

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jonnotheGOAT
Community Member
1 year ago

when you scam the scammer who tried to scam you

Stephanie Keith
Community Member
1 year ago

As messed up as this is. People have to understand, never to send money to strangers EVER! It's that simple. You do cash transaction in person and always take someone with you to a public meet up spot. You will save yourself a lot of trouble and getting ripped off. If you just send strangers money than you must know you might get robbed.

Dan Pieniak
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh boy... and she got scammed a second time senting the rest of the money!

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Gerry Nix
Community Member
1 year ago

Why wait for Bitter Cold Karma when you can serve up Sweet n' Hot revenge

Curry on...
Community Member
1 year ago

Ok, I give her credit for following through, but all that effort could have been avoided if she had not sent good money to a stranger.

Victoria Pitt
Community Member
10 months ago

I see what you're saying but also have you sold anything online before? I wouldn't ship anything until I was sent the money first. But I do usually go through Ebay or Marketplace so it's more legit.

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Pacifico Fernandez
Community Member
1 year ago

People think they will never fall for a scam, but I almost did fall for an apartment fraud. So ... Don't gudge. I am happy she got her money back, because the police dosent help much

Lexi Mitchell
Community Member
1 year ago

Idk, I’m not convinced the bank AND Apple Pay would be unable to do anything. Also I get that ps5s are currently not in stock, but I sure as hell wouldn’t buy one off a stranger for basically a new price. I mean, f**k scammers, and if this story is true she was just trying to help a guy out. But you gotta be super wary of this stuff.

ADumpsterFire
Community Member
10 months ago

After you send the money, yeah it's a done deal.

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Piper McLean
Community Member
1 year ago

I’m glad his child didn’t have to be raised by him anymore

sturmwesen
Community Member
1 year ago

I think it is a bit presumptous. I agree he needs to be punished but he may be a d**k and a loving das (speaking as someone who cut all ties with her dad). Most relationships are not this onedimensional.

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Community Member
1 year ago

Hey, quick question, up near the top they were saying how the text bubbles were green. Does that mean something important? Sorry, I know this is probably a really dumb question.

Gabriella Cose
Community Member
9 months ago

I know this was ages ago but I can answer your question. Blue Text Bubbles mean when the person is using iPhone to iPhone. Green Bubbles mean an iPhone user is texting to an android user so if the author used Apple Pay it should have been blue text bubbles.

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howdylee
Community Member
11 months ago

Great line from a movie... "There's no more deeply moving religious experience, than cheating on a cheater!"

El Dee
Community Member
1 year ago

What we really need is some kind of organisation that would look into scams and other frauds like this with a view to getting things either back to how they should be (ie money back) and/or getting them into court. If such an organisation existed they could be given legal powers to actually take people away from their homes to ask them questions. To make it fair they could have, say, a lawyer or something? Anyway, it's a shame nothing like that exists..

sturmwesen
Community Member
1 year ago

There are. In Germany are love-scammer-hunters for example.

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Cory Kent
Community Member
8 months ago

Everyone thinking it's fake making judgments that there's holes in the story, this doesn't sound right, how'd she do this and that – not realizing you're only getting the gist of the story, not every detail. That's why it's not perfectly clear to you how she did it.

Dodo
Community Member
1 year ago

I genuinely don't know what her being disabled has to do with this.

67Firebird
Community Member
11 months ago

So that we’ll disregard her bad decision to foolishly send the 2nd/final payment? To me it reads as: being disabled makes/made her profoundly more sensitive (than the rest of us) to his sick daughter therefore, it excuses her bad decision, and any judgements about the bad decision are unacceptable. Emotional manipulation, which is one of the reasons I doubt the story. Sharing that she took Ativan is equally irrelevant to the story but sharing both these things may be intended to “check the boxes” relating to any special/protected classes, which (for some) makes her above reproach. As though anyone who reveals their skepticism is attacking their disability/race/gender, etc. Those with dissenting opinions are often treated with contempt and, to sharer & those who agree with/support sharer, is a justifiable. For some, it’s okay to be hateful but it’s not okay to respectfully disagree.

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renee brack
Community Member
1 year ago

I'm so happy for you. It can seem too hard to get justice but once you're on a roll, it's not about the money anymore. You are called to a higher purpose. The energy and resources you discover and access become limitless. What you have shown is a true superpower better than any stupid Marvel character. You are an authentic superhero!

Catherine Richardson
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow

Patti Vance
Community Member
7 months ago

i loved this! i don't know if anyone else in the 90s got a phone call regarding a bill that was looong overdue to the tune of a couple of hundred dollars but i did. the guy was so official sounding regarding the legal issues i would face if not paying. so, that was when i told him that i was an officer of the court via the district attorney's office (which was true) so i would like to speak to a supervisor regarding the statute of limitations of such a claim. he said he would have someone call me and then...never heard another thing.

Buzz Anderson
Community Member
11 months ago

RIGHT ON LADY. So if everyone could pull this off it would be great. I was scammed on my debit card and the bitch thought I still lived at the area code on my phone which was attached to the information. What the bitch didn't know was I had moved and she lived in the same city as me now. So when she called Better Buy and bought a 600 dollar camera on my card, she did the STUPID THING Best Buy does which is let ANYONE pick it up. BUT since the Best Buy she chose was ten minutes from me I went down there and showed them the fraudulent use of my card, and my email from my bank they gave me a copy of her State I.D. with name and address. I went to P.D. and showed them all the evidence including her name and address, my emails and bank info and in this state over 500 is a felony. SO I got to follow them the next morning when they went to her apt and after she answered and tried to lie and say it wasn't her they showed her a copy of her license and picture and then she (continued below

Buzz Anderson
Community Member
11 months ago

tried to bolt and they grabbed her. They did not show me to her as boyfriend was linebacker large and not the same color as me. They said here is the camera can she be released and the cops said NO. Since the amount was now a felony she would be arraigned and bail set. So she got bailed out according to cops and they asked if I would testify and I said yes but she took a plea, did 20 out of 30 days. Got my money back and Best Buy got their camera back as the money had been taken out of their account by my bank.

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Allysia Gabehart
Community Member
11 months ago

Long story short don’t be a moron and send a stranger money

Floofy Samoyed
Community Member
12 months ago

👏👏👏👏👏👏

Chloe *Leah* Pheonix
Community Member
1 year ago

I am so sorry but I couldnt stop laughing for 5 minutes at that bratz doll picture 😂

Anastasia Coe-Seymour
Community Member
10 months ago

Yes. It's perfect.

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Chris Stein
Community Member
1 year ago

Really sad to see to what extent one is left to fight alone by the "authorities" who SHOULD do all of this work! And who DO all of it if YOU have an unpaid parking offence etc.

bill marsano
Community Member
1 year ago

The phrase "you Go, Girl!" could have been created just for you.

elfin
Community Member
1 year ago

The best part of this story is that you showed yourself to be an honest and kind-hearted person, while he acted like a crooked, cold-blooded, manipulator (also stupid). When the money is long gone, those two things remain. You also may have warned off another woman he would have hurt. Congrats.

Peter Putra
Community Member
1 year ago

“Surprisingly, the authorities haven’t responded after I reported the scam"? More like, unsurprisingly.

Trialia
Community Member
6 months ago

I think she was being sarcastic there.

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M E
Community Member
1 year ago

They always always say Buyer be wear greed to have the latest whatever is why scammers succeed

Jen Xenon
Community Member
7 months ago

Um its beware not be wear lol

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Brandy Grote
Community Member
1 year ago

This article describes how "regular shoppers" will get so disgusted with not being able to buy hot items. I can see this as the potential demise of online shopping for those types of items. Anyone who figures out how to identify and stop scalper/scraper purchases will make bank.

John Baker
Community Member
11 months ago

The online retailers know. Who else would buy up their entire stock of an in-demand item the second it's available? It isn't that they can't identify the scalpers, it's that they don't care. It's all money in their pockets.

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Dónal Ó Murchadha
Community Member
7 months ago

Never rip off a woman.... hell hath no fury!

Cursedwolf Gaming
Community Member
7 months ago

Same thing happened to me but I trace their IP and was able to find his location and kicked their door (figuratively or or not is up for you to decide). Called the local PD and told them what was up and they helped me get my money back. Dude had TONS of consoles just sitting in his living room which were confiscated by the PD as they had been purchased using stolen money from various people.

Abi
Community Member
7 months ago

Scamming doesn’t pay 👏👏👏 I applaud this very intelligent person!

Kathy Sias
Community Member
7 months ago

should have added on the legal fees to the amount owed :)

Lea Hernandez
Community Member
7 months ago

Hell yeah! The best part of this is the -far more- money and heartache she saved the fiancé and her child.

Kimberly Baker
Community Member
8 months ago

I dud something similar. It's not hard to find people, when they're idiots.

Klaatu Verrata (Cough)
Community Member
8 months ago

Yeah, I run a law firm in the CoV, and frankly...I'm impressed. Homegirl did some homework--though she night want to try using paypal next time...?

Tom Riley
Community Member
8 months ago

Shoulda charged him an extra 100. Like the guy in Taken said, “For being an *sshole.”

Jason Marin
Community Member
8 months ago

This is why I never buy things from people online. Too many dishonest people looking to scam others. If I want to buy something, I'llgo to the store itself and buy it.

SoCal Sandy
Community Member
8 months ago (edited)

Way back in early 2000s, I had a pricey Graco stroller that eventually was recalled 2 years later for a fast fix-it part. Prior to the recall, as a first time mom who invested in a "good" stroller to last, the stroller was bending and tilting. This happened just outside the 90 day Babies R Us return time and there was no extended warranty to buy. I contacted Babies R Us, Toy R Us, and Graco, and everyone said so sad, too bad, buy a new one. I was pissed off. I gathered every single email address I could find. All my local, state, and national consumer television anchors, advocacy rights groups, stay at home groups, BBB, and Fight Back with David Horowitz (which had long been off the air). I called Toys R Us & Graco corporate and weaseled the email addresses for corporate officers, HR, charity outreach, and executives! I tailored a polite, but very disgruntled first time buyer disappointed mass email listing every single person and entity openly on the email and as a written list

SoCal Sandy
Community Member
8 months ago (edited)

of CC at the bottom of the list. A few days later, I was CCd on a reply from the President of Graco to one of the executives at Toys R Us asking them to "please take care of this for Us"! A little while later, I received an email from Toys R Us asking for information to send me a replacement, even more expensive, stroller. Those were the only replies I received to sending out an email with over 100 addresses!! This was long before Facebook, Twitter, and Instashaming!

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Glirpy
Community Member
8 months ago

It's a lot easier than scammers think to track them down online. I commented about scammers in India in another post and got downvoted for it. There's people that track down scammers for a living and post videos about it on YouTube. Some of them are pretty entertaining because they hack into the scammers' video cameras and actually watch them.

gridsleep
Community Member
11 months ago

Demonstrating not only that normal people are capable of heroic genius, but that our overpriced government is worth nothing to us, the users. Time for another one.

Jon Stuart
Community Member
11 months ago

Should have charged $200 legal fees.

GenericPanda09
Community Member
11 months ago

Sell his bootyhole? After you'd just reamed him like that, it'd be cents on the dollar.

John Baker
Community Member
11 months ago

I generally have the prestigious law firm of Howard, Fine & Howard take care of my business. ;-)

Requiem
Community Member
11 months ago

This is like being on Ebaumsworld, fake stories. stupid people buying things from people online and not meeting in person.

Neil Bidle
Community Member
1 year ago

Read it all, but struggles to concentrate on anything past "pandemy"

Duncan
Community Member
1 year ago

I am pretty certain the police would not follow it up like this. Well done.

Bruce Leibee
Community Member
1 year ago

Well, I too will call BS. You used phrases like "pandemy, bc, and sheesh." Clearly a 12 year old girl writing fan fiction. And no, you cannot find everyone's information so easily online, this is not NCIS.

Trialia Xua
Community Member
7 months ago

You're not too bright, seemingly. You'd be surprised what you can find about people on directory and genealogy websites. As for OP's saying "bc" and "sheesh" making her a 12-year-old girl... hardly. I'm 35, and both are part of my standard vocabulary & have been for years. So *I* call BS on *your* stupidity, because not only are you lousy at estimating somebody's age, you clearly have no idea how much info you give up - or your parents give up about you! - every day of your life. Good luck if you ever develop a stalker, you'll never get away from them if you're truly so naive about what folk can find on the web about you.

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Kona Pake
Community Member
1 year ago

You forgot to add in the lawyers fee!

Anna Salerno
Community Member
1 year ago

Kudos to you! Good job dealing with all this while you're sick!!! You are my hero. So happy to hear that your investagative skills worked in your favor!!! That low life scammer belongs behind bars. The world is full of them!!!! GOOD JOB!!

Elsie Collins
Community Member
1 year ago

I'M SO IMPRESSED BY HER SAAVY TO KNOW HOW TO REVERSE SEARCHES!! I WOULDN'T KNOW WHERE TO BEGIN!! BRITTANY, KUDOS TO YOU, AND YOU MIGHT LOOK INTO, WORKING FOR THE FBI!!! YOU'VE GOT MOXY AND SMARTS!!!

Marsha Sturgill
Community Member
1 year ago

Well played my dear, well played.

Dan Pieniak
Community Member
1 year ago

Great sounding story. I will wait for the movie to come out. I have dealt with lyers and scammers, and they say the most craziest stuff, to convince you that they are in dire need - My wife left me, my car broke, my dog died, my..........

Katy
Community Member
1 year ago

Hilarious, Informative, 10/10. Would hire PA&P for sure. Round of applause to you sister.

Rainbow Panda
Community Member
1 year ago

👏

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1 year ago

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Arctic Fox Lover
Community Member
1 year ago

This is a bit educational--this is all the information that can be revealed about you from simply telling your name.

Becky Klepper
Community Member
6 months ago

Great job B

Rick Drew
Community Member
7 months ago

Why do people think that the FDIC would do anything?!? It's like reporting an armed robbery to the garbage man.

Stefanie Fithian
Community Member
7 months ago

And they say we are the weaker sex! HE stole her money but SHE burned his life to the ground plus got her money back. Sony really should send her a PS5 for the mess she went through trying to buy their product. Great story.

Fenici_Felix
Community Member
7 months ago

Living for this!

Sosena Hailu
Community Member
7 months ago

The constant images led me to think she was sent from God

Briar (He/him)
Community Member
7 months ago

Wowww, real charmer for doing that, take that scammer!

Kylie Cantwell
Community Member
8 months ago

Awesome

Melissa Debany
Community Member
8 months ago

Absolutely brilliant! Five stars.

Cindy Curtis
Community Member
9 months ago

I was looking to do some extra work when I received a letter from the postman I had to sign for. upon opening it there was a check for 2,900 dollars ,there was a detailed letter with it explaining what the job was about and what I was to use the money for. So I thought it was okay thinking because of me having to sign for it, it had to be okay. I took the check to the bank asked them if it was okay they said it was. so I took the money did what I was told to. Then the very next afternoon the manager calls me from the bank and tells me it was all a scam. So right now I am paying the bank back because of it. It is called secret shoppers it's all a fraud.

M
Community Member
10 months ago

Wow. What an idiot. Kudos to you for getting back at him!

Candie
Community Member
10 months ago

This reminded me of a movie "$2!!! I want my $2!!!" - Johnny the paper boy in Better off Dead not sure if he ever got his money but he made quite the attempts at it. Could have learned a new move with this post.

William Mahoney
Community Member
10 months ago

Not paid back till he catches a beating. Robbing a sick woman is the worst.

Christina Uhlir
Community Member
11 months ago

It's not surprising to me that the authorities had not responded. There are even laws which keep all sorts of crooks in business, and no layer will touch them. When you sign a contract, you lose, even though you proved that all the information in that contract is willful lie. So what is a consumer to do? Hire a lawyer to check anything before signing any written agreement? Thank you The Department of Injustice.

sharron lynn parsons
Community Member
11 months ago

We are never safe, the scammers are everywhere, and modern technology, gives us more issues, I believe in Karma, it works at least, some of the time, there are too many, people who were, born without a soul, caution is best !!!

Katelyntheweirdo
Community Member
1 year ago

Damn

Mae (just add water)
Community Member
1 year ago

Love this woman

Kim Lorton
Community Member
1 year ago

You are my hero! I just get pissed an tell the person that whatever, had better be delivered within the week, ( after waiting over a month or two in non pandemic times) and if it isn’t, I will a take them to court, make sure no one ever buys this from them again, file fraud charges with internet fraud companies and the FBI, etc. etc. . Usually that get the point across. I am also like a dog with a juicy bone and can find out what ever I need to also, and make sure they know this. And then I add, and I am u able to work, and all I have is time, to make their lives miserable, so pay up, or send the product. Thank you very much.

Connie England
Community Member
1 year ago

wish i could do that to some sites. two china sites, where they promise you a live like puppy! I sent the money and got a "if you're blind its acts like a real one." most expensive fake! Glad you got your money!

Sandy Shea
Community Member
1 year ago

Great detective work Brittany! Congrats!

Anna Repp
Community Member
1 year ago

I wish I had this dedication! My daughter was scammed through PayPal for $80 and I tried to go after the scammer but it was hard work, trying to figure out who he was. After a bit of searching I gave up...

Trialia
Community Member
6 months ago

It takes a bit of know-how, yeah, but it's not that hard once you have it. The original permalink to any tweet stays valid even when the user changes the name of that account (he'd have done better just to make a whole new one, less traceable). If you have someone's phone number, or their social media identities, and they use the latter the way most folk do, you can usually find their state or city, and through the linked accounts find their relatives on sites like Ancestry. From there, you can find newspaper reports, obituaries, marriage announcements, and if you're in the UK the electoral roll will tell you the address most recently used by them or their family to register to vote ... It's shockingly easy, for someone used to the internet and with any experience at all in genealogy, to trace people.

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ki wa
Community Member
1 year ago

With this talent this woman should set herself up as a digital recovery agent ala Travis McGee

ki wa
Community Member
1 year ago

A business oppurtunity. Since this woman has shown such talent perhaps she should set herself up as a digital recovery agent ala Travis McGee.

Brittany
Community Member
1 year ago

Love that Brittany's kick ass!

Nikki Sevven
Community Member
1 year ago

That was amazing!

Maria Rodriguez
Community Member
1 year ago

I love scammers❤️❤️❤️ even more I love when people get revenge on them!

kjorn
Community Member
1 year ago

omg. i never send money to anyone... i'd not have the patience to do all that s**t

Beaner
Community Member
1 year ago

Nice

boxy101
Community Member
6 months ago

cool story