Keith Connors

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Florida families were left with egg on their face after Easter egg holiday scheme. Sounded pretty cool for starters. You pay a few bucks, and the “Egg My Yard” service delivers and hides a few candy-filled Easter Eggs for the kids. And, a note from The Easter Bunny! A few dozen central Florida families paid. But, no eggs. No bunny. No candy.

One upset mom said, “So I was devastated, and I had no plan b.”

The “Egg My Yard” service was advertised on Facebook groups leading up to the holiday. For $20 bucks up to $75 bucks they would take care of everything for your kid’s morning Easter Egg hunt. Of course, all payments were made in advance and SO easy using Zelle, Venmo, or Cash App.  The name on the Facebook ad was Sarah Honey. When parents tried to reach out to Sarah, they found the payment accounts had been deleted. Oooops. The good news is, some families alerted on social media stepped up to help victims of the Easter Egg Scheme.

Source NewsChannel8


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