The American Cash Award Network Review

Two weeks ago I received a call around 3 pm about winning 9.5 million dollars and I would get $5000/week for my life brand new Mercedez and I could choose what color I wanted ( I threw away the name) and it was set to deliver at 4pm, they were bringing the Mercedes at 4pm would be insured with Allstate for a year and the insurance agent would be with it and that the car was already registered in my name. Then 3-5-17 I got a call 8.5 million and that persons name Taylor Carter and one was Chris Carter. They claimed they were from Publishers Clearing House, then from the lottery and then unclaimed funds corporation 8.5 million $5000 a week and a Mercedes Benz and that they would be there to deliver it along with the certified cashiers check at 4pm. Today, 3-7-17 received a call about 1pm from The American Cash Award Netowork, which was associated with Publishers Clearing House his name was Michael Andrews said he was born in the Virign Islands, over 21 and American Citizen. He wanted to know how old I was, said I needed to be 21 or over. He spelled my last name incorrectly and he had a very heavy accent. On 3-5-17 I asked how will I get the certified check and he said UPS, and I asked whether he meant United Parcial Service or United Postal Service and he said it’s where you get your mail. On the 5th or 6th they said that they were in either Ohio, Las Vegas or Washington State. They kept giving me different stories, they wanted me to go to Walmart and wire $499.99. 

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