Priority Publications Review

My mother who is 80 years old and a recent widow received a letter from Priority Publications offering a work from home type offer assembling "Get Credit Now" booklets. The letter further stated that she could "make $2,500.00 or MORE weekly" Also making $20.00 per booklet assembled. The letter went on to read that my mom would have to pay a $99.00 REFUNDABLE FEE and that "the fee will be returned to after you`ve mailed off your first one hundred booklets." The return address on the envelope was from 3420 Bristol Street Suite 600, Costa Mesa, CA 92626. but the envelope was post marked from Seattle WA.

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