Woman sells positive pregnancy tests on Craigslist to pay for college lownes


All things considered, that is one way to pay off your understudy loans. One lady in Jacksonville, Florida, sold her pee and positive pregnancy tests on Craigslist to pay her way through school.

In a now-evacuated post on the Jacksonville-range Craigslist page, the lady said she offered “positive pregnancy tests or pee”
in a “definitely no inquiries solicited sort from the arrangement.”

“Exceptionally clear as crystal,” the post read. “I am 3 months [pregnant] and I am giving an item in which the purchaser can
buy positive pregnancy tests or pee for your own utilization.”

“Whether you are utilizing it for your own entertainment, for example, a trick, or to extort the chief of any place your identity having an unsanctioned romance with I DONT CARE AT ALL,” it proceeded.

“I will not overcharge for the urine test,” she promised. “But I will not be low balled either do not contact me if you are going to be cheap and difficult.”


We chose to explore the operation and sent one greatly overcome understudy to get together with the lady,
who conveyed on her guarantee and gave a positive test in a restroom.

The lady, who remained unidentified, said she started offering her pee in the wake of perusing on the web for work she could perform while she was pregnant.

“I saw from other ladies and their encounters that it’s simple,” she said, clarifying that she makes “$200 in a vacation day something I need to do no make a difference what.”

“Me being in school chipping away at an unhitched male’s and requiring this cash to pay for a degree, this was an easy decision,” she proceeded.

In spite of the fact that it’s surely uncommon, this shockingly isn’t the first run through Craigslist has seen this kind of offer.
The Daily Dot met a pregnant lady offering her certain test on the site in 2014, who said ladies needed the stick keeping in mind the end goal to fake pregnancies and even

on one occasion — give just desserts to a sweetheart’s objecting mother.

Significantly more shockingly, this flawed marketable strategy is not unlawful.
In spite of the fact that the offer of natural liquids is precluded on Craigslist,
legal expert Dale Carson said these activities fall into a “lawful hazy area.”
While there are no laws against offering pee,

a purchaser trying to fake a pregnancy could be liable to extortion charges.