Publishers Clearinghouse Imposter Review

Jimmy Johnson from Publishers Clearinghouse (not) advised me of an $850k prize. I was to first mail $3,500 to Merchandise Bank attn: Raymond Frank. I refused. Then I was to wire the funds to him through Walmart. He called 6 times trying to get us to mail the money!!

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