Normally I don't get involved with this sort of thing anymore but I don't want anybody else to get scammed by this person. We got a very strange email today from a woman with a huge sob story about how her husband died in 9/11, they lost their home and that her daughter took it so hard that she'd only talk to her Heath doll. Well, apparently this Heath was stolen in a park and she was asking us for a free Jace. Of course this sends up the red flags because who would REALLY have the gall to ask for a free $800 doll? Even if you have no money, and you are an honest mom trying to help your kid you'd just put it on layaway. I looked up her last name, Stanton, and there was no men killed at the World Trade Center with that last name. Sure, she could have changed names or remarried but then I found this about Ms. Alexis Stanton - http://www.geocities.com/stopaglaia/ http://www.geocities.com/stopaglaia/index2.html “Nusbaum, whose aliases include Alexis Sinclair, Alexis Stanton, Mary Anderson, Jill Gabriel and Nancy Keegan has claimed to be a composer, federal drug agent, talent scout, political prisoner and model from South Africa, Princeton University scholar and a jet setter who hobnobbed with entertainers.” 7/31/94 “Tall Tales May Land Theft-By-Deception Suspect In Jail” by Robin Gaby So if you get an email from Alexis Stanton, firstname.lastname@example.org, she's really a scam artist. I really hate it when people think that the world owes them. I hate it even more when people lie and try to benefit off of other people's tragedy.