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Video: Don’t fall for any iPhone ‘iSchemes’ no matter how good they sound

28
Apr
2014

A despicable iPhone trafficking scheme that targets homeless people has been uncovered in Denver by 9news’ 9Wants to Know. Homeless and desperate people who need quick cash are apparently used by a group of scammers to purchase on-contract iPhones in Apple stores. Once the transaction is done, these people are paid up to a couple of hundred dollars for the new handsets, while the con men walk away with the new devices, which can then be sold for full price. The homeless people, of course, are then left on the hook for the monthly fees associated with carrier contracts. According to 9news, the scammers cruise around homeless shelters and plasma donation clinics to find people desperate for money. They will then drive

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