Scam Victim’s Story: 80-Year-Old Woman Saved From 30-Thousand Dollar Shipping Scam

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Scam Victim’s Story: 80-Year-Old Woman Saved From 30-Thousand Dollar Shipping Scam

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Scam Victim’s Story: 80-Year-Old Woman Saved From 30-Thousand Dollar Shipping Scam

Police are praising a business for saving a woman from being bilked out of a $30,000 shipping scam.

Mesquite Business Center owners Pat and Suzy Galliher say an elderly woman came in requesting to overnight two magazines to Jamaica, New York, and left the store.

Suzy, who was conducting the transaction, said the package didn’t feel right.  It was too bulky.  Plus, the magazines were out of date and she thought it was strange they should be sent overnight for a $60 fee.

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