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(516) 461-1200 is a Vehicle Warranty Robocall

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  • Transcript You first and foremost, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Albert Cooper and I am calling on behalf of the publisher's clearinghouse. It brings me great joy to inform you that you have been selected as a lucky winner in our sweepstakes. Congratulations on your incredible fortune of $10.5 million dollars. Not only that, but you have also won a weekly payout of $7,000 for the rest of your life. And to sweeten the deal, we are also gifting you with a brand new car courtesy of the Mercedesbenz dealership, with a life insurance value of $200,000. This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity and we are thrilled to be able to make your dreams a reality. As a valued customer of over ten years, we want to express our sincere gratitude for your loyalty and support. We understand that you may have been playing on and off, but rest assured that every entry counts and it has finally paid off for you. However, in order for you to receive your well deserved prize, there will be a small processing fee that needs to be paid. This fee is required for the legal registration of your prize by the federal government, ensuring that your winnings are delivered to you safely and securely. For further details and instructions on how to proceed with claiming your prize, please contact your designated claims agent at 646-718-0324 again, 646-718-0324 I cannot stress enough the importance of this call and urge you to reach out to us as soon as possible. We are eagerly awaiting your call and are dedicated to providing you with the best possible assistance. Congratulations on your incredible one. We are honored to have you as a winner and we look forward to helping you claim your prize. Thank you for choosing Publishers Clearing house and we wish you a fantastic day ahead.
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