Prime time advertising Review

I was contacted by prime time advertising about fund raising for a local high school. They said they had an arrangement with the athletic director to business logos on tumblers and the cheerleaders would sell them to make money at games. When I called the school A.D. we where told no agreement had been made and they are lying to us. When prime time called to try and collect money for the tumblers I told them they have been confirmed to be a scam. A few weeks later i recieve an email pretending that I had agreed to the deal and was asking me to review and approve the art work. It says I have two days to contact them or they will consider the art work approved.

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