Publishers Clearinghouse (Imposter) Review

I received a call from Publishers Clearinghouse that I was a prize winner. All I needed to do to claim my prize was sent $430 via Walmart Money Gram. I went to Walmart and wired the money to Joyce Benford at a Walmart location in Decatur, GA. They called me back and said I needed to send an additional $210 the same way. They caused me to go bankrupt. 

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