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365 Days of Dangermas: Day 85 – Adventures in Check Fraud

DANGERMASLOGODay 85 – March 26, 2013:

I almost got caught up in an internet fraud situation trying to get my hustle on! A company that claims they pay people to advertise businesses on their cars sent me a check for close to $2,000. I was to take a portion of that money and pay someone in another state for the job. Sound crazy? It was and I knew it was some bullshit based mostly on their lack of responses to my questions and then their attempt to answer my concerns was the final red flag, but I took the check to my bank and they knew it was fake as soon as they laid eyes on it. Never doubt your intuition, but don’t be afraid to push past it. Either way you’ll get answers. In other news, I’m still broke as hell :( If I can find the receipt for the fake check I’ll put it in the Dangermas tree. Oh! And, my couch is dead. More on that tomorrow…after the funeral.

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About Leigh "Dangerous Lee" Langston

Author. Artist. Blogger. Single Mom. Black Woman. Stoner. Silly. Sexy. Loner. Cynic. Realist. These are some of the words I use to describe who I am. The Dangerous Lee Network features my commentary and guest content on viral topics and worldwide news as well as my short stories, poems, opinion essays and blogs that highlight events in my personal life.
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