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Ugg Sale

Claim:   Stalker tracks women by offering Ugg boots for sale.

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Example:   [Collected via e-mail, October 2012]

A Lady got lured into a scam involving ugg boots from a bloke called Thomas Romany's Stuff. I have been asked by the police to make all groups that I am a member of to put out a warning to ALL women. He gets your address saying he will send you the Uggs, then sends you inboxes describing what you are wearing and details of your surroundings ect, that he couldn't possibly know about without him having visited your area. I had to call the police as he was threatening to break into my house. They have said that FEMALES need to be made aware and warnings put in place. THE POLICE HAVE HAD 2 REPORTS OF THIS TODAY ALONE. Please DO NOT GIVE YOUR ADDRESS OUT. He is believed to be quiet dangerous and the police are taking this matter very seriously. Could you also make sure this message is copy n pasted to other groups that are advertising items for sale.

PROTECT YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY WHEN DOING BUYS/SELLS! ALWAYS try to have a person at home or in car with you! If possible meet at LOCAL MC DONALDS store or service Station n do buys/sells to ENSURE YOUR SAFETY

 

Origins:   Research in progress.

Last updated:   29 October 2012

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