I’ve never written a fake check and tried to draw money out of a business owner’s bank account before, but if I did I probably wouldn’t make the check out to myself and use my real ID to try to cash it like Stacy Prevast from Swansea/Pawtucket recently did.
I have to be honest with you – the check itself is pretty impressive. Lots of attention to detail to try to make it look real. She just forgot to think ahead about how she was going to cash it without getting caught.
Normally I don’t judge a book by its cover, but with Stacy I will.
I’m just kidding. I always judge a book by it’s cover, because it’s more accurate than DNA testing. And her face just screams, “It’s last call, I’m horny, and I don’t care if the woman smells like she just took a bath in a Newport Light ashtray.”
She appears to be a mother based on her Facebook pictures, so I can only assume that she didn’t ration her food stamps properly enough and needed some emergency funding for blunt wraps and Fireball to get her through January.
Remarkably Stacy seems to have no Google trophies of note, but people like this never act in a vacuum. I’m willing to bet that someone reading this has had a similar experience dealing with her, and for that reason my inbox is open for a follow up – firstname.lastname@example.org.
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