Man Drowns when his foot gets stuck in river rocks
Appeared in the New Richmond News; August 12, 2002
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Research has discovered that Charles Phipps was working for Xtreme Marketing Inc. a traveling magazine sales crew out of Sugar Hill, GA. Xtreme Marketing clears magazine sale orders through United Family Circulation. (aka Ultimate Power Sales, Inc.) (aka Ultimate Empire Sales, Inc.)
BY PHILLIP PINA; Pioneer Press; Published on 08/12/2002
Kansas City Channel (10/22/2002): Authorities warn residents about scam:
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