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The U.S. Attorney's office in the South District of New York says that Jennifer Shah and her assistant preyed upon "elderly, working-class people."
Don't fall for robocalls and spam emails touting miracle cures or government stimulus checks.
Thanks to New York's "Son of Sam Law," which blocks offenders from profiting off their crimes.
The movie is based on the real NYC story about strippers who drugged wealthy customers and ran up huge charges on their credit cards.
A group of New York City fraudsters allegedly managed to steal $19 million worth of iPhones through a sprawling false identity scheme that hit cell phone stores across the country.
New Jersey prosecutors have indicted Mark D'Amico on multiple counts of scamming.
'I had no part in any of this, and I'm the one f*cking taking the fall!'
Can't stop, won't stop scamming.
The scam involves depositing forged checks and then withdrawing money.
The judge was also unamused at the alleged scammer's interest in the movie version of her life.
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