Paging Graham Berry: Another Scientology horror story of credit fraud targeting retirees - 2019-08-24

From UmbraXenu
Jump to: navigation, search
F347.png Paging Graham Berry: Another Scientology horror story of credit fraud targeting retirees August 24, 2019, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

After Thursday's story about the financial crimes that we've been covering here at the Bunker, we received a stunning message from a reader in the Midwest. She told us that she'd been reading the Bunker and thinking of reaching out to us for some time, but that Thursday's story put it over the top for her.

She and her husband (they turn 65 and 80 this year) had a similar experience to what she's been reading here, with new credit cards taken out by Scientology staffers in their name and huge charges run up. In this case, however, they managed to get most of their money back without contacting Graham Berry, who has been so effective in these cases. (But still, as you'll see, they are not whole and they might want to give Graham a call.) At our request, our letter writer sent us scans of dozens of church and bank records confirming this story in great detail. The story is highly consistent with the others we've been covering. Scientology is getting increasingly desperate, and preying on older folks in these outrageous ways seems to be getting more frequent. Here's the tale…

In September 2017, two female Sea Org members came to our Senior Living apartment as arranged with my husband. I was told they wanted to discuss setting up a Scientology Org in our city.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Paging Graham Berry: Another Scientology horror story of credit fraud targeting retirees | url = https://tonyortega.org/2019/08/24/paging-graham-berry-another-scientology-horror-story-of-credit-card-fraud-targeting-retirees/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = August 24, 2019 | accessdate = August 24, 2019 }}