Acting as Glacier Canyon Wilderness Water Park

Scammer posted a vacation rental ad for the Wisconsin Dells on Craigslist. He called me, texted me, gave me an email address and convinced me that Zelle was a secure way to send money. I lost $300. NEVER USE ZELLE! Zelle allows the scammer to use just their email address to accept payment and is not interested in tracking down scammers who use their system. I contacted Zelle 2 weeks ago with no response.

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