Copying coupons or knowingly using fraudulent coupons is not a good idea! Check out this story about 3 women who got arrested with a box of coupons with a “street” (lol) value of $25 Million!
According to azfamily.com authorities took three women into custody, raided three homes and seized valuable property on Tuesday as part of what police are calling a “first of its kind” case in the United States. Police say the ringleader of the illegal enterprise was Robin Ramirez, 40. They also arrested Marilyn Johnson, 61 and Amiko (Amy) Fountain, 42. Johnson and Fountain are described as assistants.
Photo Credit: Phoenix Police Department
From left to right: Robin Ramirez, 40, Primary suspect; Marilyn Johnson, 61. Assistant; Amiko (Amy) Fountain, 42, Assistant
Police confiscated $2 million worth of assets that included $240,000 in vehicles, 22 guns, a 40-foot speed boat and other assets.
These investigators discovered most of the fake coupons were being used in Arizona. Investigators also found that the coupons were being sold through the website, Savvyshoppersite.com. ”If you’re a consumer out there and you purchased coupons from this website you certainly should not use them. You are subject to arrest,” said Bud Miller with the Coupon Information Corporation.
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