Publishers service Review

The man congratulated me because I was "chosen" as a finalist with a chance at winning $1,000,000.00.He said he needed my address in order to send me my $200 in prizes and my confirmation number. I asked him how I was chosen and his response was "you have a visa, discover, or MasterCard… Is this is right?" I said "yeah" he replied "well, every time you make a purchase you get reward points and the more points you get the better chance of you winning" then he said "your bank card" I said "I don’t have a bank card" then he told me it probably is on a prepaid card or something- I told him it’s okay if rather decline the offer… He tried to convince me to go for the million dollars…. I declined and put my phone on mute and speaker phone and the creep stayed on the line for awhile then pressed some buttons and hung up

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