RNC Review

This phone number has called me numerous times. When I pick up the phone, it normally does not say anything. Tonight, I picked it up, and there is a computerized recording. A man’s voice asking if you want to see Donald Trump elected. Then he gives information about other Democrats raising more money. Then a live person came on and wanted my name and address, city, state, zip. I shared that I had made a contribution last night I informed him that the recording called me Ron and that was not my name. He wanted me to give him a credit card number on the spot. I asked what was RNC? He said I can’t answer that I was then afraid that I should not have given this man my name. I believe it is a fraud scam to get credit cards. This has been going on for more than 3 weeks. Someone needs to shut them down. I am scared.

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