Workers Welfare Fund Review

Stranger entered my messenger service on phone disguised as a friend. Informed me I had funds earned by me in an account at Workers Welfare Fund. Informed me I had to pay $1000 in order to receive $150,000 by their agent either in cash or check. Offer would end 1/20/17. I did not comply.

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