Texas Lottery – Imposter Review

Was called twice on my cell phone. I called back and was given a name (something Jones) but could not understand. A lot of breakage on the call. Give a agent number of 43625MJ. I was told I won $8M something. Said a letter was mailed to my old address. Then I asked if he could email me a confirmation to my office email address. He said yes and he would call me back to confirm he sent it. Waiting but never received either.

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