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K a o n a s h i i i Report | 06/22/2016 3:12 pm
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K a o n a s h i i i Report | 06/22/2016 3:11 pm
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RyIie Report | 06/16/2016 10:28 am
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RinGo ReIzEi Jr Report | 06/09/2016 6:56 pm
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No i am not Malaysian, but i translated your comment. xp
Alizina Report | 01/24/2014 7:32 pm
Nope. Absolutely none. They're less likely to get in trouble than the actual homeless people, since the fakers obviously don't have to sleep on any benches.
Alizina Report | 01/22/2014 10:24 pm
Yeah, that makes me angry, the people who are pretending to be homeless. Because of course the pretty fake homeless girl pretending she needs money to get home to Seattle gets more money than the schizophrenic guy who's been sleeping in alleys for 30 years.
Alizina Report | 01/22/2014 10:11 pm
There's a lot of stuff that'd tip you off for scammers, depending on how they contact you. But usually it's not very traceable, so it's not worth reporting. We have scammer beggars, actually... in NYC, there are so many tourists that will listen to fake sob stories. They can make a lot of money.
Alizina Report | 01/22/2014 10:01 pm
I don't know about where you live, but the authorities here have other things to deal with first. I believe there's some report you can file with the police, but a random door-to-door scammer who probably didn't give his real name? Hard to track, and not as important as catching, say, an armed bank robber.
Alizina Report | 01/22/2014 9:56 pm
Yeah, but there's not really anything they can do. Besides, smartphones are fairly new, and not everyone has them. With most scams, they expect to get nothing out of the majority of people, but it just takes one person who doesn't (or can't) look it up and falls for the sob story.
Alizina Report | 01/21/2014 9:22 pm
No, what I was saying is, if someone comes to your door collecting for a charity, you can search for the charity on your phone real quick to find out its authenticity. XD

As for volunteering, I used to volunteer at the Humane Society, and the local library.


Even though you may say bad about yourself, what I think and what I want to think is that your heart is very pure and beautiful. To whoever you are.


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