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Houston, TX, United States
|+1 It would seem John Bright, scam artist, is back in business The Reverend Tony Johnson claim he has a 'gift' over $1 million and has sent it to John Bright, who has been designated to deliver it in person to my home. The con breaks down when the recipient [me] is asked to funds to facilitate ship charges, etc.|
Once you indicate nothing will be paid until the contents of this treasure has been inspected, and that said payment will be deducted from said contents the line of communication breaks down.
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|Stacy Tyler ( The Bronx, NY, United States) Added the following extra information on :2017-02-22 13:59:03|
They said i was a winner in the supper lotto plus! That my number was random selected to win a Sum of 450,000.00! They asked me to send my information & send a processing fee & to give bank information! When I asked for proof that this was not a scam! He was stumbling over his words!
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