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Yesterday I blogged about this Haverhill Hog Jockey who started a bogus GoFundMe after making up an obvious lie about being scammed on eBay out of Patriots tickets.
Obviously she’s lying since her story makes no sense, but let’s suppose she did get screwed out of tickets by buying off of some shady dude on the Internet. How is that everyone else’s problem? This is NOT something you start a fundraiser for. It’s a Goddamn Patriots game. If you lose your tickets then you buy new ones or you don’t go. You don’t ask strangers to pay for you to go to a freaking sportball match.
Well, Ms. Hog Jockey decided to make her way over to the Turtleboy Sports Returns Facebook page, which always is a wise idea, in order to tell us to get our FACKS straight. First she, and the hoodbooger express she brought with her, claimed that she used an eBay gift card to purchase the imaginary Patriots tickets.
Of course that simply couldn’t be true because eBay gift cards are backed by eBay, they would be able to read her gift card balance and tell her if someone had used it, and if it was they would replace it since that is their policy. Especially if her story were true that an eBay employee told her that the person she was buying off of was legit.
Then there’s the fact that she claimed she bought the tickets from a guy who wasn’t on eBay, which would make it pretty hard to use an eBay gift card to buy it off of him. She also said that eBay banned the guy who sold the Pats tickets to her, which would be pretty difficult since she said that he WASN’T ON eBAY!!
Here’s another obvious hole in that story. If a scammer really did get her gift card information, how would they profit off of that? Someone already paid eBay cash for whatever the balance was on the card. There’s no way the scammer could get to that. And if they didn’t have Patriots tickets to give you, da fuq would be the point of all this?
Oh yea, this story checks out.
Here’s the best part – she initially tagged Turtleboy in the post so that we would get to the bottom of it.
And as usual, we did. Turns out it was all a lie. Oops!! If you tag us because you want us to expose a ratchet for you, you should probably make sure you’re not a ratchet yourself. Just sayin.
She temporarily posted “proof” that she was scammed, but quickly took it down once she realized that would just make it more obvious she was lying.
The beauty of Turtleboy is that once they come to our Facebook page we don’t have to do shit, because turtle riders take it from there. And it turns out that Alicia’s got some Google trophies.
The Mingya meat gobblers showed up to defend her honor though.
How DARE you Google someone’s name to find out if they are in fact repeat criminals!!! That’s not what the Google machine is for!!
And especially don’t hold the fact that her Daddy is a violent felon against her either.
Finally Alicia had enough and announced that she was calling the cops……on EVERYONE!!
Finally the Haverhill Hog Jockey had enough and contacted us directly on messenger. Luckily Deskie was there to field her complaint. The first card she played was the “words make people kill themselves” card.
I’m sure the Haverhill Police are putting this case at the top of their list of priorities.
Abi did her job as she was trained to do by explaining the process of removing a blog, but the Hog Jockey didn’t like the sound of that.
Once she realized the form was a legit thing she agreed to take it like a BBC after too many Zimas.
Evidently Abi’s unprofessional commentary about her personal life and problems led the Hog Jockey to believe she was being scammed (again).
Gee whiz, if she had this kind of intuition with eBay maybe she wouldn’t have gotten “scammed.”
So Abi sent her the form as she requested.
After that the Hog Jockey stopped cooperating.
Which is too bad, because Abi was feening for some scissoring, and probably would’ve taken the post down had she just filled it out. Sad.
Anyway, the invitation is out there for Alicia if she wants to come on the Turtleboy Live show this weekend and tell her side of the story. I’m sure there’s a perfectly reasonable explanation for all of this.