Second Jersey Scammer Who Claimed To Cure Lou Gehrig's Disease Imprisoned

Second Jersey Scammer Who Claimed To Cure Lou Gehrig's Disease Imprisoned

On December 12th, the U.S. District Court of New Jersey sentenced Elizabeth Lerner, a.k.a. Elizabeth Cooperman, to 33 months in prison for “falsely claiming that she could cure amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly called ‘Lou Gehrig’s Disease.’” Her crime partner, former osteopath Charlene C. DeMarco, was sentenced to 57 months back in September.

More Warnings About The Increasingly Popular *72 Phone Scam

More Warnings About The Increasingly Popular *72 Phone Scam

The *72 phone scam is growing in popularity, according to the Houston Chronicle, and Comcast is warning consumers about it.