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Sioux Falls Police Search for Suspects Who Defrauded Job Seekers

Sioux Falls Police Department CarSIOUX FALLS – Two job-seekers are out a lot of money after they were defrauded by a company that claimed to have an opening for a property manager in Sioux Falls.


Sioux Falls Police spokesman Sam Clemens says the company advertised the job on careerbuilders.com:

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Clemens says one victim is out $1,200 and the other person lost $3,300.

Such fraud cases are typically difficult for authorities to solve.

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