Helping With Bank Fraud Through A Mystery Estate Sale

Helping With Bank Fraud Through A Mystery Estate Sale

From Ryan Hall

I was defrauded out of $68,000 in August 2018 (all my life savings) via my CHASE bank account and was told it was gone forever. Each $5 will get you a thing of mine. Instruments, war relics, collectibles of all types.

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In August of 2018, I was defrauded out of my life savings totaling a little bit over $68,000. A charge of $28.07 was duplicated 2032 times along with two wire transfers for $6,000 occurring in Jakarta, Indonesia (I have never been to Indonesia). As a working musician, it was more than difficult to save that kind of money, and with my final avenues of legal recourse off the table as Chase shielded themselves from liability by protracting the length of time in disputing each of the 2032 charges. Now with the virus and me taking care of my father, a lot of chances of me working my way back to solvency just aren't there anymore. 

So, this is my attempt to get my money back by giving away practically everything I own. Anybody who donates will get something equal or above (and possibly way above) the value of $5. From a Doc Severson signature trumpet, World War II relics, guitars, certified platinum and gold records from Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd, vintage video games and consoles, autographs, vintage clothing like Matsuda jackets, art, et cetera, you have a guarantee to win something and a big chance of getting something of historical and personal value. It is essentially a mystery estate sale.  

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