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05-Jul-2020 15:50

Thank you for your website which was very helpful to us in reporting it to the police. Police there, who had been tracking the pair for the past 1½ years, suspect them for five thefts in Alexandria in which elderly victims were tricked out of about ,000 in the pigeon drop scenario.One woman who was conned out of ,000, but was reluctant to come forward out of embarrassment, until being reassured during a REVERSE 911 Texas - 03/04 - A 73-year-old Laguna Park woman told Hillsboro police she was approached by a woman who said that she had found 0,000 in an envelope and showed her a letter that was reportedly in the envelope.While investigating the mechanics of a pigeon drop, I found your website and I was shocked. My victim lost ,100 through a cash advance on her credit cards which they got after driving her to a bank branch ATM.I want so much to catch these two black females who victimized the Asian lady, that I hope gathering more info on their methods will help find them.They give you a name and an address which turn out to be bogus.

She not only loses the hope of a quick profit, but also her own money.This crime proliferates because victims, who fear being labeled incompetent, fail to report it.The cons know what to say and who to say it to, as they target as many victims as possible in a short period of time.In this case it was a man and a woman and instead of a lawyer it was a banker the woman "worked for." My Mom never met the "banker." She waited in the STRANGER'S car in the parking lot with him while the woman "went into the bank." Of course they were parked on the side of the building and my Mom couldn't see if she actually entered the building.My mother is a very honest person who simply saw this as an opportunity to leave her heirs more money. Williamson, 50, both of Flint, Texas were arrested in that state and returned to Virginia on charges of felony theft by fraud and attempted felony theft by fraud.

She not only loses the hope of a quick profit, but also her own money.This crime proliferates because victims, who fear being labeled incompetent, fail to report it.The cons know what to say and who to say it to, as they target as many victims as possible in a short period of time.In this case it was a man and a woman and instead of a lawyer it was a banker the woman "worked for." My Mom never met the "banker." She waited in the STRANGER'S car in the parking lot with him while the woman "went into the bank." Of course they were parked on the side of the building and my Mom couldn't see if she actually entered the building.My mother is a very honest person who simply saw this as an opportunity to leave her heirs more money. Williamson, 50, both of Flint, Texas were arrested in that state and returned to Virginia on charges of felony theft by fraud and attempted felony theft by fraud.Or she will casually start talking to the prospective victim, attempting to befriend her by chatting about children or grandchildren, when a third woman comes by looking for the owner of a just-found bag, or asking "Did you drop this envelope full of money?