Cigars International

September 13, 2010 by staff 

Cigars International, Cigars International reported by a paying customer and 1448 did not cover the amount of cigarettes.

Police say Joseph A. Graziola, of Lititz, Pa., ordered cigars from the company online Bethlehem and after your order was shipped Cigars International found that your account was overdrawn.

The company has been unable to contact Graziola, police said.

Graziola, who once ran, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, was charged earlier this year on charges of mail fraud. Federal authorities alleged that he used the website and other materials sent by mail to solicit money from people desperate to shed its credit card debt and improve your credit score.

He collected and 120,000 in payments, said people from the company was a law firm in Rockefeller Center in New York, and he and his teammates never made a single service to customers, police said.

His case was remanded to federal court in Minnesota, according to court documents.

Police investigating the alleged theft of cigars, which occurred sometime this month.

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