This is Phyllis Harfield from Manchester.
And this snaggle toothed snuffleupagus runs a charity called the Helping Elves which collect Christmas gifts and gives them out to needy families.
She’s gotten a lot of people over the years to donate to her.
In December she filed a police report and put in an insurance claim after she said her house was broken into and $8,000 worth of toys were stolen. She also said that since filing this report she’s been harassed on the phone and in person at the dollar store. But alas, it was all a lie:
If Manchvegas had a face.
I can smell the food stamps and Newport Lights from Methuen. The only believable part of her story is that she regularly frequents the Dollar Store. She just forgot that they have cameras there because of the ratchet clientele that is drawn to these places like a magnet.
Of course people should’ve been suspicious when she specifically asked for Visa and iTunes gift cards:
If this is the woman who starts asking you for Visa gift cards around Christmas time….
….and you don’t immediately assume it’s a scam, then you never really deserved to have your money in the first place.
She also seems to have a Bingo racket at Manchester Community College, which she claims goes to “Veterans with PTSD.”
I’m sure there’s nothing shady about that either.
Oh, and she has a profile on Care.com to clean your house:
And by clean your house she likely means steal your shit and sell it on eBay.
No word on whether her sex wagon of a husband Gary was in on the scam.
But I have a hard time imagining me pulling off a scam like this and Mr. MVTB having no knowledge of it. Ya know, because we live together and I’d have to explain why I’m selling $8,000 worth of donated toys instead of giving them to little kids.
I couldn’t find much more on her, although according to Internet scuttlebutt she’s had some shady fires in the past.
And she allegedly once had to wear an ankle bracelet and stole from an elderly man under her care.
Either way, she’s trash, and you should remember this in November and December when the next round of guttermuppets come out of their holes and start hitting you up for free shit.
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