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(813) 589-6207 is a Burial Insurance Scam

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  • Transcript This is an important service announcement you've been getting mail for years telling you how Social Security only pays 255 dollars for your funeral and you need to supplement it yourself with life insurance you may have also seen all commercials on television but now we want to bring this offer directly to you it's not free but for only about a dollar a day you can make sure you have enough basic life insurance to take care of things isn't it time you found out more about these programs with no obligation just say your name and date of birth after the tone and will get you the information you need Here's the don't.
  • Date Blocked
  • Call Activity Low Last detected 7 months ago

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