(301) 392-2129 is a Work From Home Scam
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- Transcript Hey it's Kelly listen I'll be real quick and get right to the point if I could show you how to generate 2500 bucks every week from home by simply advertising a phone number without ever having to sell convince or explain anything to anyone would be worth 3 minutes of your time right answer that's what everyone says Press 1 on your telephone keypad right now to hear a 3 minute recorded message containing all the details press 1 right now for our $2500.00 per week system or press 9 to be removed.
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