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Craigslist Sex Ad is Scam

NY- And you thought phone calls from telemarketers were bad.

A woman slammed with creepy come-ons from “sexually deviant men” after someone posted her cell phone number to Craigslist is going to court to track down the culprit behind the sleazy stunt.

Someone posing as Concetta Lombardi allegedly placed a personal ad on the popular Web site’s “Casual Encounters” board earlier this month, leading to unwelcome calls from men looking to take up her supposed online offer for “nasty hot talk” and “dirty raunchy sex.”

“I was horrified,” said the 53-year-old mother of two. “They were hot and they were ready to go.”

Now Lombardi, who lives in California, has filed legal papers in Manhattan Supreme Court asking a judge to order Cablevision to help pin down whoever made her a prime object of affection for lusty lonelyhearts.

The cable giant allegedly served as the Internet service provider for the prankster who posted the ad, which had a picture of a young beauty clad only in bikini bottoms.

“That was clearly not me,” Lombardi said.

The phony ad was posted Nov. 4, purportedly by a 26-year-old woman looking to get revenge on her soon-to-be ex-husband by bedding as many men as possible.

It also invited men to write to a bogus e-mail address on

“I don’t have a Hotmail account at all,” Lombardi said.

The only element of truth in the ad was Lombardi’s name and her cell phone number, said her lawyer, Michael Newcomb.

“She’s been a victim of identity theft and she’s been defamed,” he said. “And she’s still getting calls from all of these creeps.”

Craigslist took down the ad after Lombardi complained, though she said her complaints to police and other officials didn’t yield much of a response.

“It’s unconscionable that someone could do this you and there was nothing you could do,” she said. Lombardi said she hasn’t changed her cell phone number because she has had the same number for 12 years. So the calls keep coming.

“I don’t answer now if it’s a number I don’t recognize,” she said.

A Cablevision spokesman was not immediately available for comment.


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