what was her scam?
to me? She gave s a story that she locked her keys in the trunk, and needed money to pay pop a lock. It was about 20 degrees that night, she couldnt get her pants out the trunk (she was wearing shorts), her bf had a spare key but just happened to leave the state and his phone was off. Then she showed us a fake army ID, and said since she served our country it was the least we could do for her. She said she put her time in and we should just give her the money. Basically I said no, and leave. She talked shite about us and left. I work at a dr's office, and thats where this took place
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