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(516) 461-5360 is a Fake Lottery/Sweepstakes Robocall

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  • Transcript Welcome inside Publishers Clearing House company working along with Mega Millions. Your call is being monitored and recorded for quality purpose. First and foremost, the Mega Millions is pleased to officially announce you as the grand prize winner in the 100 million dollar Golden Heart Harvest Sweepstakes giveaway, sponsored by Publishers Clearinghouse, Reader's Digest and the Multistate Lottery Association. As the grand prize winner, you'll be awarded with a total cash prize of $18,500,000, along with the most awesome bonus prize ever. $5,000 each and every week for life. And a brand new Mercedes Benz with five years warranty, 36 month free auto insurance and a gas card which will allow you gas free of cost for up to 36 months. Congratulations. Your claim code is 80.
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