Roku- IMPOSTOR Review

I had to go to www.roku.com/link website to get a code to activate a Roku account. Unfortunately, the code would not take. Before I knew it I was speaking to someone that did not give me any information when they started speaking. They wanted me to give them my cc# so they can charge $99.00 for a lifetime subscription to Roku. They also had a $149.00 promotion and 199.00. This didn’t sound right to me so, I told the man I was going to talk to my husband before I make a payment. The man said sure with a little laugh. I said to myself this was really weird and do not recall anyone ever mentioning they had to pay for a subscription.

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