West Ealing Scam

Dishonesty – The guy behind the scam is Eddie Holdbrook, a local to West Ealing and Hanwell. He is a young black male who opperates in the West Ealing area with a small group. I was confronted by him and the group to buy a brand new boxed car radio and when I gave him the money, he gave me the box but inside there was no car radio. I tried to confront him as he walked away but he began to act violently and ran down an alley. It was a huge loss! I´ve bought cash in hand goods before and you can get a good bargain sometimes. But in this case, Eddie Holdbrook and his group were just out to scam. Beware of Eddie Holdbrook and this group trying to sell you goods around West Ealing/Hanwell.

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