Pigeon drop

The con artists told her the money would be blessed and returned to her.
The victim was tempted by a share of a winning lottery ticket.
The victim is 81 years old.
Some victims gave hundreds to thousands of dollars, others also gave jewelry.
Never believe that anyone wants to share found money with you is a good rule of thumb.
The police say two middle-aged woman preyed upon some unsuspecting victim in Brooklyn.
One of our favorite classic scams is the "You broke my
Some grifters were trying the old "pigeon drop" or "empty wallet"
New York City residents are among the least likely Americans to
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