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  • Author: dan
  • Date: 07.2.2012
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Danny Norris

I was victimized by a scam artist (the name he gave me is Danny Norris) who contacted me through and offered to sublet my apartment for a time period of 2 months (June and July 2012). He gave me a check on June 7th 2012 in the amount of $2000 (1 months rent) that bounced. The checking account did not exist. Check information:
TD Bank, Account #: 4244775122
Routing number: 036001808
I did not find out about the check being false until a few days after our meeting when I gave him the keys to my apartment.

In addition, this person told me that he could get me part-time work if I paid him $350 (cash) for a union card. I gave him $350 in cash on June 8th. The job did not exist and I never heard from this person again.

Also, as this person stayed in my apartment for a couple days (from approx. June 7th to June 9th) because I gave him a set of keys when he gave me the $2000 check; he ordered over $200 in pay per view charges on my cable bill.

This person has cost me at least $5000 with the following:
$4000 in rent money (two months rent)
$350 in cash that I paid to him for a "union card" for part-time work
$200 in pay per view fees
$200 Air Conditioning and Electric expenses
$20 for a new door knob which I had to replace
$12 my bank charged for the bounced check
Over $500 in missed work time dealing with all this hassle

Thank You for reading of this Complaint / Review.
Complaint author: dan

Country: USA
State: All USA

Category: Miscellaneous

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