Someone spammed the East Mesa area with large red, white, and neon yellow coroplast signs for a lease purchase scam. They said "any credit OK". These signs had to be expensive.
This spammer must have missed the Tribune article and the fact that these signs don't last in this area. They put two signs per corner on diagonal corners in major intersections and on freeway off-ramps.
It's a shame that the signs had a large bite taken out of them. Now they are no good to anyone except Code Enforcement. Code Enforcement can still see the extent of this spam, but nobody will be buying what the spammer has to sell.
I also saw white coroplast signs with an 800 number handwritten on them. What a personal touch. Handwritten like a local guy. The problem is that almost no-one but a scammer sells their house by a lease purchase scam. Especially not with an 800 phone number. These signs are now also missing the contact info. Too bad!