It’s been a year, but police have uncovered the identity of a young man known only as “Ray” who showed up at Berlin City Hall asking for help, claiming to have been living in the woods for five years.
A woman who dressed in funny clothing and feigned a mental illness to get out of jury duty has been charged with perjury. If she goes to trial, will her jury have any sympathy for her? And what will they be wearing?
Note to self: When running a fake-disease scam make sure to not pick one of the popular ones just in case the judge at your trial has be inflicted from the same disease.
Ty Clark’s got a wild story. A producer from Biography contacted the socially conscious start-up he’s consulting with an offer that would generate millions in sales. All it took was nearly $20,000 up front. Here’s why it paid to do some digging.
John Bolaris’ story begins with him taking a vacation down to Miami Beach, twists its way through his being roofied twice by shadowy Eastern European scam artists, and ends with him having to sort out a $43,000 credit card debt.
Sure there are Nigerian 419 scammers out there, but they have nothing on the black magic witchcraft of Ghana’s fraud industry. The strange culture of “Sakawa” has developed with the intention of making Ghana’s scammers more persuasive.