winners bureau Review

A person by the name of David Gold called to inform me that I won ( in a contest I did not enter!) $2.5 million plus a brand new Mercedes car. All I had to do was to pay for two Government Gold Stamps @ $205 each and to send the money from "Walmart to Walmart" to a Donnie Criswell in Waynesburg, KY 40489. Needless to say, I did not send any money.

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