(213) 375-0018 is a Phone Scam
Do not answer.
- Transcript Hope you're doing well and look like I just miss you my name is John she gave me a call on the local real estate investor saying if you might be open to a cash offer on your property. If you are feel free give me a call back my phone numbers 540491025. Give me a call this number is about personal cell. But speak with the a toxin things.
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- Call Activity Last detected 1 week ago
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