Subscription Agency Review

A man in his 20’s who said his name is Cedric Harwell came to my door and said he was earning money to pay for his college and asked me to buy magazine subscriptions to donate to the local boys and girls club. He advised me that he would get 35% commission but he was earning points to earn money for school. He didn’t give me the opportunity to say no and although his information was scarce he was very convincing and told me where he worked in town. I believe it was a scam, I did not receive a receipt and he walked away without knocking on other doors that I could see. Each 24 month subscription was very costly at $78 and I cannot find any information about the person online.

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