Sweepstakes Megamillion Review

i was called by someone who said their business was called sweepstakes megamillion. they said i won a $960,000 but needed to send the money through moneygram or western union in the amount of $350. he told me to send it to Travis Douglas (a merchant banker) in Coral Springs FL. the name of the person who called me in Eddie McGuire (an attorney in Chicago). he spoke with a foreign accent. also spoke with a man named Peterson who also had a foreign accent

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