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March 16, 2019 at 11:50 am #53416
By Michael McKay . . . You get a late-night phone call from a person claiming to be a police detective telling you that you’re out of compliance and t
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March 18, 2019 at 7:28 am #53481
I am impressed Michael, I think? Do you take truth serum. just kidding but I’m sure this has happened and with this data base of things everyone or anyone could scam others. At times police don’t want to get involved in this as they in a way are doing a number on someone’s conscience.
Talk about the lesser of two evils. Make no doubt about it Michael is right about scammers. I believe one of the old sayings when I was growing up was the Do unto others before they do unto you which sounds a bit crass but its true, but ole Ben Franklin was right with his saying: an ounce of prevention Sure there have been some good articles on here and I’m impressed with NARSOL but we should go a bit father than the scammer or the person that’s trying to ruin someone’s life. Maybe a better term four this scamming would be blackmail. or is that to old fashion to use today and down grading someone.
While scamming happens in a lot of situations I am glad Michael has brought this to one’s attention and in some of these sex offender situations one has to wonder who is doing true justice. Facts are facts but if you leave out one fact than…. who you gonna call ghost busters.