KRISTIE CORSON / Little Miracles Rabbit Rescue Scam

This Rabbit Rescue started in 2000 when Christine Corson attempted to become a rabbit breeder. She failed but she had her first taste of donations or as she has referred to as free money! Christine began rescuing rabbits. By the year 2003 she had hoarded over 350 of them. They were malnourished sick flea ridden and cramped into an unventilated outdoor shed and basement. The rabbits sat in their filth for days and all the time Kris was collecting donations for the shelter she was going to build. Tens of thousands of dollars in donations never made it to those rabbits. In 2003 she fled the state and moved to Florida dumping the animals on her mother. The rescue was located at 1103 Hudson Avenue Voorhees NJ.You guessed it in Florida she did it again. She open a shelter in a garage and started her scam again. She showed plans of a memory garden and bricks you could buy that were engraved for a several hundred dollar donation. She posed as a 501(3)c organization and charity organization. She took money from credit cards that did not belong to her defrauded the public and again the animals suffered. After several years she again was forced to flee the state of Florida. The rescue at this time was located at 2411 Atwater Drive North Port FL 34286.In 2010 Lmrr returned to NJ this time in Atco NJ. She has a Levi ate looking website and sounds semi intelligent if you dont speak to her for too long. The Camden County BoRd of Health put a cease and desist order on Lmrr but she continues to ignore it. Her fraud is rampant on the internet she refuses to pay loans she slanders and defames anyone that questions her. Names addresses businesses have all been attacked by her. In addition she posts under a multitude of aliases having conversations with herself in order to look legitimate.Little Miracles Rabbit Rescue is a SCAM! I wish someone anyone would investigate her! She has broken state and federal laws for over 10 years now. She must be stopped before any more animals are found in her freezer or she takes advantage of elderly citizens by stealing their retirement saving from them!We are talking tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars!!

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