Opinion: More gym scams courtesy of New York City law enforcement on June 30, 2023 at about 10 PM.



I was just at the gym. 

I never speak with anyone at the gym. 

I’m polite to the staff. 

I’m polite to the other customers, although I never initiate conversations with anyone. 

Besides that, I keep to myself. 

Law enforcement was running a few scams on me at the gym tonight. 

First, law enforcement was calling my phone over and over. 

I’m not sure why. 

The ringer on my phone is always off. 

Also, I have a smartwatch, and I just press a button on my watch and send the calls directly to voicemail. 

I have do not disturb on when I’m at the gym on my phone too. 

Next, law enforcement kept having someone reach over me every time I was using the locker. 

I’m used to it, so, of course, I didn’t say anything. 

Law enforcement also had people leave towels and garbage around the locker room. 

That is one of their favorite scams. 

Law enforcement has women and men that belong to the gym that run scams for them, constantly harassing me around the gym and around the whole city. 

For example, law enforcement has women and men from my gym cut me off, crash into me, shove their phones in my face, block me from walking, etc. 

Law enforcement’s civilian female and male sabotage team run the same scams on me inside the gym and outside of the gym. 

I just take the abuse and ignore them. 

Law enforcement has women and men from the gym I belong to harassing me in the street, in the subway, in stores, etc. 

Law enforcement runs the same scams with staff and students from Baruch College and CUNY. 

Also, law enforcement has people from my gym and Baruch College (staff and students) pick up official law enforcement phones when I call and try to pick fights with me on the phone.

The scam is to have people from the gym, and Baruch College pretend they work for law enforcement and start arguments with me. For example, when I call NYPD 911.

Then law enforcement will take the call out of context and say the bickering happened on someone’s personal phone. 

Law enforcement runs million-dollar scams. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

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Mark Pine

New York City startups, web marketing, and Baruch College journalism major. 917-815-5415 social@markpine.com