(Topeka, KS)--A woman thought it would be a great idea to pay a man and his two boys to top off her asphalt driveway with what they called the "latest stuff."
What she thought was a reasonable deal turned into an expensive scam, which may prove even more costly.
The pavement has still not dried more than a week later, and the woman thinks she may have to put down a cement driveway -- and that's on top of the $560 the workers charged.
Now she is warning others -- the dark complected men in the white truck are scammers, so watch out.
Click the video to hear about the scam straight from her mouth.
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