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Charles R. Jenkins/ QuantaviosFraud/Theft/

A guy who posted on Craigs list that he is selling Delta Companion Pass. He posed with the following information:

1- His full name is : Charles R. Jenkins. Indicated that he was hired by Delta Airlines on 04/03/2006 and works as a Ramp Tech. He indicated that his Social Security number: [protected]. And his PPR (Employee #) [protected]. He took $1000 of my money. His phone number where I contacted him is: [protected]

I met him at the lobby of where he claimed he lives and he had an access card and actually printed the Delta form at the lobby's computer desk with the help of the Adminstration at the following building:

Address: 935 M, Marietta Street. Atlanta, GA 30318.

2- When I googled the phone number yesterday I discovered that he did this with several people and also it seems like he is having several identities. One of them is : Quintavius R. Beard.


3- Discription of the guy: He is 5'10. About 230 IB, African American with a lighter complection, Wears designer items (Was wearing a Parada Shoes when when we met at the building. Again his phone number tht he provided ws [protected]

4- The guy indicated to me that he lives with a roomate in the building in a 2 bedroom loft. And that Delta is putting him in school to study HVAC.

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