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Jun 8
22:33
Hey guys I need some advice. So this nail lady is accusing me of paying her counterfeit money. I went to a spa place with my mom. Mom was the one who paid her with the cash. I know my mom wouldn’t pay with fake money. We have never been accused of paying with fake money. She demands the 200$ to be sent through zelle or Venmo within 24hrs or she will press charges. Mind you she never gave us a receipt or anything that we paid her. This accusation was sent as a text. She only texts to make appointments and doesn’t have phone calls. I responded hours ago but no response yet. What do you guys think?
 
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Jun 8
22:34
Also, she claims we were the only clients that paid in cash and that her other clients paid through zelle so that it had to be us. And claims we were acting funny when we was trying to give her the money. We was not acting funny. We are genuine people. There’s no reason for me to give fake money to anyone.
 
Jun 8
22:36
I would personally go to the police before she does. It makes you guys less suspicious. And if anything she has to have that money on record somewhere.
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Jun 8
22:36
^ for reasons like this.
 
Jun 8
22:37
I have asked other people and they feel it’s a scam. @bubbles3264
 
Jun 8
22:38
It definitely sounds like one. I’ve been out in this situation before. Don’t fall for it. Go to the police first.
 
Jun 8
22:40
This sounds like a scam. She does not know for sure that the money you used was fake but just assumed because you paid cash? That’s sounds super sketchy. Is this an actual business or is this a under the table business for this lady?
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Jun 8
22:42
@rIPSandbits16 She works in a spa place but this is her own business. It’s like her personal business. So you only make appointments with her
 
Jun 8
22:42
She’s the only nail lady @rIPsandbits16
 
Jun 8
23:53
I think this sounds like a scam. I would maybe call the police non emergency line and report that she’s trying to scam you. And in the future I would probably go to a different nail tech.
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Jun 8
23:57
And absolutely don’t send her anything through Venmo or Zelle. If she’s concerned about counterfeit bills she should be checking them with a counterfeit pen or other method at the time of payment. She can’t come back hours later and claim you paid with a bad bill with zero proof the bill is A) bad and B) even from you in the first place. It’s happened where a customer has somehow gotten a counterfeit bill from someone else and doesn’t even realize it’s counterfeit when they pay with it, a lot of the time it is simply an honest mistake, so even if she’s gotten a bad bill, for her to just jump to the conclusion that it was even from you or intentional is super unprofessional.
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Jun 9
00:08
It sounds like a scam. The normal procedure for a business owner would be to contact the police, definitely not the customer. In reality most business owners don’t bother and just train their staff to check notes in future. It’s almost definitely a scam.
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Jun 9
03:40
Just stop contact with her and report her if you can. She’s definitely trying to scam you. Maybe warn others if her business is on Yelp or something public like that.
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Jun 9
11:10
I would leave a bad review and report it to the police if you can. This is definitely a scam though so don’t send any money.
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