The anti-rip off guide will be published on the members' area of JailInmate.org and then released through their social media channels and blog.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
JailInmate.org is set to launch a comprehensive guide to help people avoid getting ripped off by former inmates of the penal system, the company announced yesterday.
“From time to time, people may end up interacting with former inmates,” a JailInmate.org spokesman said. “Our service can let people know who these inmates are, but for a variety of reasons people may choose to deal with them anyway. When that's the case, we want to do what we can to make sure that these people don't get ripped off.”
While many people come out of the prison system ready to get their lives back on track, a certain percentage instead decide to become rip-off artists, he said.
“The good news is that former inmates are fairly predictable,” the JailInmate.org spokesman said. “They give off a lot of red flags. This guide will show people how to recognize those red flags so that they don't let themselves get ripped off.”
The anti-rip off guide will be published on the members' area of JailInmate.org and then released through their social media channels and blog, he said.
“It will take people step by step through all the information they need to identify and avoid a ripoff attempt,” he said. “This will help protect our customers who choose, out of the kindness of their hearts, to give former inmates a chance.”
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