Sweepstakes Imposter Review

Fake Publishers Clearing House scammer ‘David Johnson’ called a person claiming the person won $18 Million Dollars and would have to send $800 to cover processing and tax before the person gets the prize. The person said they are on a fixed income and don’t have $800 to send. ‘David Johnson’ said he will mail the person a check for $800 and they would have to deposit it in a bank and would have to cash it out and pay the escrow officer. The victim said no they will check with the ScamPulse.com first. ‘David Johnson’ fine you could check with the ScamPulse.com because they were "members".

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