Unity Management Doers

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Nina –

Victim Location 45459

Type of a scam Other

A very nice, professional young man rang the door bell on my home. He seemed to be trying to get himself off of the streets. He tried to get me to subscribe to some magazines through his company, Unified Management Doers, so that he could receive "points" towards becoming a junior manager. If he got 20,000 points, he could become a junior manager and he could win $1,000. I was about to buy a subscription, but my brother talked some sense into me. While the salesman seemed like a decent man, I doubt that I would’ve received any magazines, and I doubt that he would’ve won the $1,000 he was promised.

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