Scam Targets Homeless and Poor From Apple Store

Denver's 9News uncovered a scam that targets the homeless and poor, convincing them to sign contracts for iPhones that are then turned over to someone else.
9Wants to Know has learned men cruise around homeless shelters, the 16th Street Mall, and plasma donation clinics in an effort to find people desperate for money. The men will drive victims to Apple stores and convince them to sign numerous contracts for numerous iPhones. Victims will then be paid $100 or more in exchange for several iPhones.

The iPhones can be unlocked and sold on the international market for more than $700 dollars each. Victims tel they were told by organizers they can just cancel contracts at any time to avoid paying monthly fees and penalties.