Good evening. A Jacksonville man trying to start his own construction company found himself in a financial strain. He responded to an ad on Craigslist, offering to help those in need...and it turned out to be a scam... Something the better business bureau is seeing more of this holiday season. Channel 4's Hailey Winslow spoke with the man and is joining us live with his story.Hailey? 3 3 1:13-1:18He 1:13-1:18He thought Craigslist had the answer to his problems......Richard Hill found an ad he thought was posted by a local church offering to help people struggling financially...The man claiming to be the pastor said they would pay Hill's $900 JEA bill, that had rolled over several times, if he gave a $200 donation to help others in need...Hill forked over the $200 bucks and the man said he paid the electricity bill... but five days later, the check bounced......Tom Stephens with the better business bureau says con artists are especially on the prowl during the holidays because people are often more vulnerable... Stephens says carefully check out charities before making any donations ......Hill is worse off than when he started ...now trying to figure out how he's going to come up with $1,100... 3 Hailey, is there anything JEA can do to help this man?