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Resource ID: #17556
Subject: Fraud
Source: WPIX-TV (New York)
Date: 2000-11-14



"Groups of young adults stand on street corners in New York City and sell M&M candies for charity. They claim to live in a homeless shelter, to be raising money to keep kids off drugs and to be earning points towards a High School equivalency diploma. After two months of getting to know the kids and observing them undercover, we were able to prove the whole enterprise is a fraud. They simply keep the money, each making up to $400 cash tax-free, every day."

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