Found January 29, 2013 on
There is something elegant and special about attending a main event to support a specific team of yours. And the chance of a lifetime is in one’s very hands until the Fed Ex package opens with something that was unexpected. According to the Mecury News, a Hayward, Calif., couple ordered four tickets for Super Bowl XLVII worth $5,900 on Craigslist. Instead of receiving their tickets, however, a package arrived a week later with a note that read ”ENJOY THE GAME!!!! GOO RAVENS!!! LOL.” Sharon Osgood, a four-year season ticket holder for the San Francisco 49ers, was communicating with the supposed ticket seller for a week. “For a week I was on the phone with this guy,” Osgood said. ”That’s the only reason why we [trusted him].” “I’m just sick — like, physically sick,” she said. “All over the envelope it says ‘go Ravens’ — even on the FedEx label.” According to Osgood, the scam artist described himself as a corporate tax attorney living in Boca Raton, Fla., and the reasoning f
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