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Recognizing the signs of a Dial-a-Doper Youth

Dial-a-Dopers will have a number of different cellphones.

The process of selling drugs via Dial-a-Doping takes the youth out of the house for short durations and often at all hours of the day and night.

Dial-a-Dopers often possess business cards.

Dial-a-Dopers often carry a lot of cash even though they live in debt and fear.

Dial-a-Dopers often keep financial records.

Typically, Dial-a-Dopers do keep the drugs they are selling at home.

Dial-a-Dopers tend to keep their room locked or demand privacy and will often become upset or mad if parents or siblings want to know what is in their rooms or why they want privacy.

Dial-a-Dopers are under great pressure and will often display signs of stress or moodiness.

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