Instagram Model Sold Fake Tickets On Facebook, Made Over $4000 And Escapes Jail!!!

There are too many Internet scammers out there. If you blink your eyes even for a second there are chances you're trapped into one of the scams! Scroll down to know more about the teen who scammed people to sell tickets!

Made Over $4000!

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This teenager named Hannah Valentine made more than $4000. Wanna know how? She sold fake tickets to people through Gumtree and Facebook. After being reported of the crimes the teen has gotten away from going into jail.

Listen Out Music Festivals

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She has sold tickets to people for Post Malone, Sets On The Beach and Listen Out Music Festivals. People were asked to transfer money to her account, and later when they reached the concert they found that those tickets sold were fake.

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Don’t Know What You’re Talking About!

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After successfully making money from people, she would disappear and simply say that she has no idea. The teen sent tickets which she knew were invalid, and people who bought the tickets were too late to realize.

I Am Rich Now!

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In addition to this, the teen managed to buy $5000 worth of beauty products, clothes, festival tickets, fast-food and also ride share-trips. She got this from a credit card she took from the client at beauty salon she used to work for.

Hard Earned Cash Deceived!!

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The Magistrate Thomas Hall told the teen, “This was a scam, purely and simply a scam motivated by Ms. Valentine’s greed and selfishness,” according to the sources. “Not only she took their hard-earned cash, but she deceived them.”

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Rejected!

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However, her actions have lost her friends and boyfriend because of her crimes. Ms. Valentine was aspiring to be a Nurse, although her application has been rejected due to her records. Her defense also said that people now laugh at her on the streets.

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Well Deserved!

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It is very important to understand that money stolen will never give you any good. Magistrate took the points into consideration and has also considered her age. The teen will now be under a 12-month of intensive supervision which includes 240 hours of community service.

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