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Fraud victim set to release album

By Lynda Figueredo - bioemail

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - A local gospel artist that said she was scammed by a women known as the "Traveling Evangelist," is set to release her first album.

Last October, WTOC reported on the story of Naomi McFadden. She hired Frances Brown, the "Traveling Evangelist," as her manager and promoter. McFadden later learned that she was out of a $1,000 and that she wasn't the only victim.

Nearly a year later, McFadden is set to release her first album, "Come Too Far."

McFadden said it is a dream that may have not come true, if she didn't grow from the challenges she faced.

"It is a blessing to share this message, that any time you get an obstacle you can overcome it," said McFadden. "God has brought us through so many things and anytime you have any challenges trust in him and he got your back, truly."

McFadden is set to release her album Saturday, Oct. 2 at 5 p.m. in the Magnolia ballroom at the Quality Inn-Midtown.

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