Do not donate a dime to this man who has the following credits to his past:
Albert Adams solicited donations for at least two years before registering his charity in Florida.
Albert Adams registered as a Florida charity when he incorporated in 2014.
Albert Adams would have had to disclose three state felony convictions that were less than 10 years old.
One was for obtaining narcotics by calling a pharmacy with fake orders from a doctor’s office. Two others were for identity fraud and credit card fraud.
Albert Adams served time in federal prison.
U.S. District Judge Patricia Fawsett sentenced Albert Adams to 15 months in 2000 for a $49,146 illegal spending spree that caught the attention of the Secret Service.
Albert Adams used stolen credit card numbers to buy electronic devices, including GPS equipment for airplanes, records state.
U.S. District Judge Patricia Fawsett tacked on six extra months in 2003, returning Albert Adams to prison after learning that he turned in false reports of his community service hours.
Again…Do not donate a dime to this man!
TAMPA — Wallets opened when a Tampa pilot’s charity claimed to be answering a request from Make-A-Wish to fly a sick boy named Brian on a mission to rescue shelter pets.
But Make-A-Wish says it never asked and last month told pilot Albert Lonzo Adams III, who has a history of fraud convictions, to stop using its name.
Adams, 45, is top dog at Soaring Paws, a nonprofit that flies stray pets from overcrowded Southern shelters to small rescue groups in cities where the animals are wanted.
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