Publisher’s Clearhouse Imposter Review

I’m 83 years old. Mike Cooper called us from Publisher’s Clearinghouse, 101 Winners Circle Port Washington NY 11510, said I was a winner of a new car and a million dollars. He transferred us to Joe Albright – he told us to go to the bank and set up a new savings account and call us back and they would send the money. He asked if we were excited. He told us we had a choice to go public or private. He did want us to keep it a secret. He said he didn’t want our bank account numbers. They both had accents.

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