Is RHOSLC Star Jen Shah Profiting From Her Fraud Conviction?

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Real Housewives Of Salt Lake CityReal Housewives of Salt Lake City (RHOSCL) star Jen Shah was sentenced to six and a half years for wire fraud. She pleaded guilty after being originally accused of allegedly defrauding people via a telemarketing scheme. Now, Bravo fans are reeling in shock as they suspect that she’s about to profit off her story. Also, they fear that she might solicit folks after her conviction. So what is going on? Read on to find out.

Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City – Jen Shah Has Her ‘Real Story’ Website Up

Ahead of her sentencing, the Bravo star was pent-up and tense, as you would expect. Anyway, that’s how a confrontation in a public place was explained. Apparently, it all went down when she went for dinner. At the time, she lost it with folks who allegedly made racial slurs. Then it ended up with her screaming and freaking out in the street. Well, now she knows her sentence, is she busily repenting? Perhaps not.

The news arrived that the family hoped for a lenient sentence, and some people feel that’s exactly what she got. But, ahead of reporting to prison, she’s apparently asking for email addresses.  Obviously, that seems to really shock followers on Instagram. Naturally, it’s because seems rather closely aligned with potential mail fraud. This week, the disgraced RHOSCL star revealed her website for “The Real Jen Shah Story.” It promises that “The truth is coming.”  

Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City – Fans Are Nervous About Giving Information To Jen Shah

Bravo and Cocktails posted up on Twitter saying, “If you need me to tell you not to give your credit card info to subscribe to someone who stole millions from people via credit card scams then ….” Later, it was screenshot and shared on their Instagram account. There, the caption read, “Swipe for Shah’s latest scam!” Some folks went off to check out the website and returned to say that so far, all that happens is that Jen Shan asks for an email address. Then, a notice says, “Thank you we will be in touch!” 

Is RHOSLC Star Jen Shah Profiting From Her Fraud Conviction
BravoAndCocktails – Twitter – Jen – Via Instagram

Understandably, fans of RHOSCL are nervous about giving any online information to the former Bravo star. One of them said, “i wouldn’t even trust her with my email tbh.”

Another follower opined, “Do we not all understand that this is how the scammers start? With email hacks, personal information etc. She should not be allowed to solicit in any way at all!!”

Meanwhile, others wondered how on earth she can do her “Real Story” at all. After all, “Shah and her co-conspirators defrauded [vulnerable people] out of their savings and left them with nothing to show for it.” – NBC News

Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City – Stra Not Askling For Money Yet

Whilst there’s no request for money or even a place to input a credit card, most people remain nervous. They speculated that sooner or later, folks who gave their email addresses, will get some sort of opening to either pay or get scammed. Of course, there’s no proof of that right now. If that does happen., we’ll be sure to let you know.

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with RHOSCL right now. Come back here often for more Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City spoilers, news, and updates.


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