What are some of the easiest scams that people unfortunately fall for? Find out all about it in this video!
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5 – $25,000 Transfer
Aussie Teen Aurora Casilli was defrauded of her life savings after falling for a phone scam. She’d been saving the money for years and had planned to use it to buy her own house. Aurora had been working since she was 14 and sometimes even held multiple jobs. She did all of that for one reason: to fatten her savings account and take her closer to her dream of purchasing her own home.
4 – Second Hand Tickets
Ray McDonald and his friends were scammed out of £19,000 after purchasing 19 fake Champions League Finals tickets for £1,000 pounds each. Ray and his friends had already bought a total of 40 legitimate tickets from the sellers, so there was never any reason to be suspicious. However, the boys realized that they had been scammed when the page selling the tickets was deleted on Twitter.
3 – The Lebanese Loop
Ray Connolly was a former scriptwriter who had spent some time writing elaborate cons for 90s shows such as Perfect Scoundrels, so he isn’t the sort of person you think would be taken in by a scam. But that’s exactly what happened to him. One day, Ray and his wife were out and about, and searching for somewhere to park their car somewhere. What they found was a paid parking lot.
2 – Hard to be Insensitive
Amanda Riley faked cancer for about seven years to rake in thousands of dollars in donations. Her scam was simple but surprisingly effective. Amanda claimed that she suffered from Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a type of cancer, and asked for donations from friends and family to treat it. Her family members, friends, and even church members donated cash to the cause.
1 – Kidnapped and Sent Off
Rachel Elwell fell for an audacious scam where she was led to believe her boyfriend had been kidnapped in Ukraine. The entire scheme is so crazy that Rachel has been unrelentingly mocked for her gullibility, and everyone else believes THEY would’ve seen right through it. Would you? Rachel met the man who would eventually defraud her of thousands of dollars on Facebook. The man who contacted her was attractive and seemed intelligent.