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September 20, 2012

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This website is also valuable for ex cons that are still practicing there trade.I got together with an old girlfriend I had not seen in 35 years. Little did I know I was her next victim. She had been convicted twice that I know of for theft by deception. I trusted her with my checkbook and credit card and took me for tens of thousands. When I kicked her out she got back into my house after the locks had been changed and took me for 13k more. Law enforcement is not doing anything. I can't get anyone to pursue this because of the 4 years of co-habitation and she is looking for the next victim. The only recoarse I have is a civilsuit at my expence!

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