Here’s your south shore scammer of the day out of Taunton.
Yea, if the person you’re donating AND delivering food to won’t even open up their door, and the able bodied boyfriend is creepily staring at you from the window, you’re probably being scammed. Happens a LOT in Mommy groups when a ratchet sneaks in.
Meet Jessica Marie Chew and her baby daddy Nathan Bassett.
She went on a tear yesterday spamming Mommy groups and community Facebook pages all over the south shore, looking for free shit, and laying the sob story on heavy.
Just to review:
- She can’t get to the food pantry until Wednesday
- Her boyfriend is an unemployed loser
- Her disabled Mom lives with her, they’re impoverished, yet they don’t qualify for any sort of government assistance
- They don’t have a car or gas to put in a car
- They have no food and would like you to bring it to them
But she doesn’t just want your free food, she also wants you to send cash to her unemployed boyfriend’s Venmo.
She’s “embarrassed” to ebeg from strangers while providing nothing in return, but yet she’s been doing just that for years.
So she doesn’t work either, yet they chose to reproduce, and they can’t afford anything because they bought a car. And did I mention they had plenty of money to buy a Harley?
Unfortunately for her the scam fell short with Chemical Guys because they only offered her a $10 refund.
And all those donated goods you’re giving her? She totally will NOT sell them on Faceobook marketplace.
Unfortunately for her when you get called out and blackballed by a Momma’s group, you’re pretty much toast. There’s no coming back from that one. You become a Fertilization Felicia real quick, and you’re forced to go on the defensive.
“I’ve been turning others down for food.”
Bitch, you’ve been actively asking people to donate to your Venmo, while you now claim to have more donations than you know what to do with.
Here’s an idea. Get your tubes tied, tell your guttermuppet of a baby daddy to get this shit together, stop selling donated shit, and quit guilting well meaning people into spending time and money for your scammy way of life.
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