Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 7:00 am (Updated: January 23, 7:01 am)
A stolen loan fee and a cell phone taken through an Internet auction site are two of the latest scams to affect county residents this month.
In a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report report filed Jan. 16, a 31-year-old Lancaster woman informed deputies of a possible Internet scam after she applied for a $3,000 loan from an online company.
The victim said she spoke with a man who instructed her to send a MoneyGram for $298.86 to be used as a processing fee so she could get the loan.
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