Mom’s Fight for Daughter’s Legacy Spurs Lender CrackdownSophia Pearson
Ingrid Robinson said she died Nov. 16, 1998, the day her only child overdosed on heroin in a Manhattan apartment. So nine years later, the single mother said, she had nothing left to lose when a lender cheated her out of $10,000 saved to create a legacy for her late daughter, Michelle.
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