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|Scam Reporter||Scam Tips Received|
San Diego, CA, United States
| E-mail to therapists regarding counseling sessions Aaron sends an e-mail to a therapist asking for counseling sessions twice a week for his daughter who is going to be visiting for 4 weeks from out of the country. He is going to have a "customer" send a check to cover the sessions but then he says that there are going to be his daughter's traveling expenses included in the check that needs to go to a third party. I am assuming the cashier's check will be counterfeit and you will have sent your own money to the third party. I told him I am not comfortable with this arrangement and ceased e-mailing him.|
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