Publisher Clearing House (Impostor) Review

James Anderson called and said I won $750,000 and a red Mercedes. All I had to do was go to Walmart, Walgreens, or Western Union to get a gift card & pay a $250 registration fee. It sounded like his voice was going through a machine.

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