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GREEVILLE RESIDENT REPORTS CHILDREN SELLING ‘GIFT CARDS’ AND NOT DELIVERING

 

A Greenville resident claims to be the victim of a fraudulent fundraising scheme involving Domino’s Gift Cards.

 

The resident said “3 young girls came to my door selling Domino’s discount cards for $10, so I bought one with a $20. They said they didn’t have any change, so one girl ran back to a small grey car and brought back 2 beat-up $5s. They have my name and number. I have yet to hear back or receive a card. I don’t know what’s going on, but please be careful if you try to help them out.”

 

Unfortunately, this is a common scheme used across the country. Teenaged children or young adults will go door-to-door selling gift cards to different places as some sort of

‘fundraiser”.

 

Dominoes was unable to be reached for comment on the story, but it seems like the pizza chain was probably just chosen by random.

 

Be on the lookout! If some is selling something that they do not have on hand to exchange for money on the spot, there is a chance that is a scam and you are better off passing on the often too good to be true offer.

 

When in doubt you can also call the company (Dominoes in this case) and verify the authenticity of the fundraising campaign.

 

Contact Jay Allen at [email protected]

 

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2 comments
  1. Jerimey
    Jerimey
    October 31, 2021 at 6:55 pm

    My mother bought 1 and I bought 3 domino’s gift cards from my son for his fundraiser. But his mother claims he never turned the money in. The mother and I are currently in a custody battle. All I can say is drugs are bad and that people of greenville need help.

    Reply
    • Jay Allen
      Jay Allen • Post Author •
      November 1, 2021 at 12:40 pm

      So sad! Kids doing REAL fundraisers are the ones who will ultimately be punished!

      Reply
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