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Romanian beggar in NJ found with $999 phone and $500 handbag

 
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Romanian beggar in NJ found with $999 phone and $500 handbag
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Police in New Jersey warned the public about potential scammers after they caught a woman begging despite having designer clothes and a new iPhone X.

Union police posted a photo on Facebook of Dorina Caldaras, 34, panhandling while carrying a sign which contained a photo of a baby she claimed was hers.

Caldaras, who said she was from Romania, admitted to police she is among a group of women brought each day from Queens, New York to New Jersey to beg for cash.

Police said they found Caldaras along Vauxhall Road near Hilton Avenue just off I-78 west and she was j-walking in and out of traffic.

She was carrying a $500 purse, wearing jewelry, had a new iPhone X and 'did not appear to be in critical need of cash,' according to police.

Caldaras was wearing Michael Kors boots, had a Coach handbag and had her nails freshly painted.
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Re: Romanian beggar in NJ found with $999 phone and $500 handbag
Most beggars around here make plenty of money in just a few hours.
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Re: Romanian beggar in NJ found with $999 phone and $500 handbag
NYC Has Been Putting Up Homeless People at Fancy Hotels for $400K Per Night
Hundreds of the hotel rooms were in the $400 to $600 range, according to a watchdog report.
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NYC’s hotels need homeless people to stay in business
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These are the 30 posh hotels where NYC places its homeless
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City plans to spend $1.1B to house homeless in hotels ($364M over 3 years)
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57 hotels were used in 2017 to house NYC's homless
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The New York State minimum wage increased on December 31, 2018. In New York City, it is $13.50 per hour for businesses with 10 or fewer employees, and $15.00 per hour for businesses with 11 or more employees. In Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties, it is $12.00 per hour.
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So, we will use $15/hr times 2080 hours in a 40 hour work week year.

$31,200. It pays to be homeless in NYC.
Free food. Free healthcare. Free room and board.

TAX FREE INCOME!

This bum boasts he makes $200 an hour panhandling
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'I make $100,000 a year PRETENDING to be handicapped': Beggar reveals the shocking con he uses to trick people into giving him cash
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Panhandler Shane Warren Speegle Says He Made $60,000 A Year Begging On Street
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If You Want to Make Real Money as a Panhandler, Get a Dog
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I-Team: Women Panhandling With Babies on NYC Streets Swap Kids, Refuse City Handouts in Possible Coordinated Scheme
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I-Team Investigations
Panhandling Moms Scheme
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You can raise a family.

Baby Antonio: 5 Pounds, 12 Ounces and Homeless From Birth
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Browse the internet with an Obamaphone
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This report states that in 2012 the Obamaphone cost to taxpayers was $2.2 Billion
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Congress first enacted the Lifeline program in 1985, during the Reagan administration. In 2005, under President George W. Bush, the FCC expanded the program to cover cellphone service.
The program pays for phone service, not the phones themselves. But many companies that receive funding through the program offer free and low-cost phones to their subscribers. The program is funded through fees that the telephone companies pass on to consumers on their monthly bills.
The program has ballooned in size from $800 million in 2005 to $2.2 billion in 2012, and there have been widespread reports of abuse and fraud.





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Re: Romanian beggar in NJ found with $999 phone and $500 handbag
A beggar with class !!
I bet she did not accept any help lesser than $10.

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