iPhone Scam: Homeless men in Memphis get taken for a ride

iPhone Scam: Homeless men in Memphis get taken for a ride

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New A local TV station's report triggers a Secret Service investigation. FORTUNE -- Sabrina Hall did a good job reporting a nasty little scam involving iPhones, carrier subsidies and homeless men willing to put their credit ratings on the line. Hall is a reporter for WREG-TV, the CBS affiliate in Memphis,...
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