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As published at http://www.cleveland.com/consumeraffairs/index.ssf/2010/09/the_event_for_aspiring_child_a.html -   The Question: My 14-year-old daughter heard a radio ad for free auditions at a local hotel. My wife took her and found out that kids who are "selected" during the auditions pony up $2,000 to $8,000 to attend an ev

  • Report #5YC5V
  • Reporter ATIGANDGED
  • 2101
  • 0
  • 0
  • $6,000 Reported Loss

I was riding home one evening in January 2014 and I heard a radio ad asking for parents with children interested in working for Disney or Nick to call the 1-800 number to schedule auditions. I came home and asked my five year old if she was interested. She was ecstatic, so we called and set up her audition. Once in the audition

  • Report #5YC5U
  • Reporter NOUGANESSI
  • 3358
  • 0
  • 0
  • $800 Reported Loss

The ‘Advance Fee Fraud’ or Inheritance scam is poisoning the societies. I was completely left in tatters after what they did to me. What I’ve heard of scammers or fraud schemes is these guys are greedy and play cheap tricks. After what I experienced, I’ve another set of points to add. These con artists are psychopath, evil and e

  • Report #5YC5A
  • Reporter INEPTISTRI
  • 120
  • 0
  • 0

Inheritance scams are pretty bold, as far as scams go. It’s also one of the most successful types of scams out there. The reason for this is pretty simple. They work because it’s so nice to believe a fortune is waiting for us, just out of our reach. I mean, it’s only cost you a couple of thousands of dollars to get to all that m

  • Report #5YC4O
  • Reporter UTICURSELS
  • 218
  • 0
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