Allstate Self Storage to Auction Missing-Persons Case Files
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Posted on: 10/27/2009



 

Allstate Self Storage in North Phoenix plans to auction off more than 30,000 files filled with clients’ personal information from the National Center for Missing Adults, a delinquent tenant of the storage facility. The center’s CEO, Kym Pasqualini, owes the facility $3,800, and the facility managers refuse to turn over the files stored in the unit.
 
On Tuesday at 8 a.m., the unit’s contents will go up for bid. Pasqualini says the files contain personal information from thousands of missing-persons cases, including Social Security numbers.
 
Pasqualini ran the center for 16 years. Due to a lack of donations, she had to shut down and move everything into storage a few years ago. After selling her house and depleting her savings, she is unable to pay her storage bill. She hopes the auction winner will give her the files.
 
Source: KPHO, Storage Facility To Auction Off Case Files

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