Linda Blackwell of Reidsville, North Carolina, was recently scammed out of a thousand dollars by an online debt consolidation company offering to loan her money. She was told to send in $500 to qualify for a $5,000 loan, which she did, but the loan never came. When she finally got someone on the phone, she was told there was a problem but that she could get $10,000 if she sent another $500. So guess what she did?
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