Roy Johnson Review

My husband and I received a letter from so-called Publishers Clearing House saying we won second place and won $2.5 million. We were also sent a check for $8,435.20 and just found out by three different banks and the real Publishers Clearing House that it was a fraud. The man’s name is Roy Johnson and his phone number is 1-613-712-0177. He is from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. If anyone gets anything like this, it is not real. Please don’t get your hopes up like we did and then get let down big time!

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