She eventually went to police, but by then she said she’d already sent nearly $150,000. Barnes called the situation unfortunate. “I know personally the attorney general is saddened and very upset that his image was used in this scam,” Barnes said, noting that http://best-business-magazines.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-dating-point-to-launch-its-newest.html the con artist chose someone who oversees consumer protection and warns citizens of scams. No arrests have been made, and Sgt. Chad Hill of the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department in Indiana said at this point they don’t know the identity of the person behind the scam. He also said they don’t know how Fox’s picture was selected for the fraud. The image of Fox used in the incident has since been removed from Facebook.
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