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Quick Daily Cash Scam

April 1, 2019

Beware of scamsPlymouth Police are warning of a possible scam.

Last week a Plymouth resident contacted City Police and wanted to make sure they warn other citizens of a possible scam involving filling and sending envelopes from home.

The victim saw the ad on the Internet, and sent $13 for a kit.  She received two papers with information on where to send money orders to.

Officer Steve DeLee’s report said the company’s name is Palozen, LLC out of Phoenix Arizona.

The title of the scam is Quick Daily Cash.  Officer DeLee said the resident was also trying to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau.


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