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CommentThis man named David Wilson called me on my cell phone and said I won 3 million dollars and a car and I would have to go to a Wallmart and get a Money gram for over $300.00 and they would be by later that day and deliver the money and the car and I needed to have the receipt of the money gram in my hand as proof. The money gram would take care of the IRS taxes on the money I won. He would stay on the phone with me and instruct me as I paid for the money gram. I told him that I would have a policman on the phone with me, He got mad and said he did not have time for that. I told him he was a scammer. and he said some cuss words, I hung up the phone
CommentFraud. Claims you won money and want you to wire money to them to claim it.
CommentJOHNATHAN PRICE AT 976-298-372 SAID I HAD WON $800,000 AND A TV. I HAD TO GO TO WALLGREENS AND PICK UP A "GREEN DOT MONEY PACK" SCRATCH CARD AS ONE OF MY ID INFO. I WOULD THEN PAY $240 TO THEM AND P/U MY FORTUNE! IF I HAD THE CORRECT 14 ID NUMMBERS.
CommentNot a valid number i suspect it's from a fake call app but i don't really know?
Prank Call(876) 298-2970
CommentClaimed I won a prize to a lottary that I have no recolection of entering
Commentcalled told me it was million mega reward I asked him his name and he said David Peters I immediately hung up
CommentThis number, as well as 876-290-5248 have been calling and harassing, trying to pull off a phone scam. They are asking my 80 year old mother for money upfront, so they can send lottery winnings. They have called 7 or 8 times in just a few hours. At first they wanted her to get them a card from Walgreens with $300 on it, to cover "insurance". Then they said they would take a check, and deliver the cash. The phone company could not block the numbers, because they are from Jamaica. They also told me that they numbers may be what they call "spoofing". If anyone calls you wanting you to give them money up front so that they can send you a prize, they are FAKE. These ones are particularly persistent.
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