Remember our favorite serial scammer, MckMama? Well, the infamous Jennifer McKinney is back and is scamming the sheeple again. (Who am I kidding? She never STOPPED scamming businesses and consumers.)
We’ve talked here at length about Jennifer and Israel McKinney’s unsuccessful attempt at defrauding the bankruptcy court. Of course the McKinneys have scammed many creditors over the years, losing FOUR houses along the way. We have also talked about Xyngular, the multilevel marketing company that MckMama shills for.
And it just so happens that the latest scam involves Xyngular.
On July 30 she announced the giveaway of a “free weekend vacation for two to anywhere in the continental United States.) People could get their names entered multiple times in the drawing… which was supposed to be “randomly” drawn. However, Jennifer McKinney appears to have chosen her winner ahead of time as you will see below.
Here is the announcement (click to see full size):
Here is a promotion of the drawing:
Then all the pages are cut into individual slips and folded for the “drawing”:
Jennifer McKinney then posts a video purporting to be a random drawing. The video is below. Click on the arrows in the bottom right corner to make the video full size so you can see exactly what happens. What you will notice is that Israel McKinney is mixing up the slips of paper. His right hand is open, while his left hand is awkwardly closed except for his thumb and pointer finger. This is because he has the pre-selected winning slip tucked under his ring finger.
Notice that as he pulls his hand away from the pile, there is no slip between his thumb and first finger, even though he is supposedly “drawing the winner.” The winning slip is actually tucked under his ring finger and you can see him work it toward his thumb and first finger. There it is… a tightly folded slip of paper, even though all the slips in the pile are loosely folded. For a better look at how this scam was played out, we have a step-by-step outline below, courtesy of our friends at MckFacts.
Click the photo below to see it full size and get a better view of the MckMama fraud.