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Internet Based Scam Busted In Gadsden Alabama

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If you are selling stuff on eBay never send it next day.  Law enforcement in Gadsden uncovered an Internet scam hub based in Gadsden which took about $70,000 in high end electronics in as many as nine different states and five countries.

Officials uncovered the hub after about two months of investigation in a residence in Gadsden.  About 75 percent of the victims will get item back.  See how the scam worked here.

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