Man allegedly scams co-workers, friends out of $11,000 after claiming he had cancer

    The Daily Times reports a Haverford Township man scammed approximately $11,000 from co-workers, friends and others after he allegedly claimed to have terminal cancer, with only months to live.

    According to The Daily Times, the 34-year-old man allegedly took advantage of multiple donations meant to help pay for medical expenses. Some people even helped to expense “bucket list” trips after the man allegedly claimed he was ill.

    According to the story, a co-worker became suspicious when the man fell in a supermarket and was taken to the hospital, where investigators say he refused medical testing.

    Additional information was gathered, leading investigators to believe his condition was fake.

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