(877) 523-1322 is a Fake Police Charity Robocall
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- Transcript Hello? This is David. How are you today? The reason for the call the American Police Officers Alliance is providing donation return envelopes to all supporters. The drive supports legislators whose goals are to keep our communities safer as well as support assistance to the families of first responders and police officers killed in the line of duty. So I just wanted to reach out and make sure they can count on you. So can they count on your support? Are you there? Thank you so much. Our top donation levels are 50 and $35. Which one of these can you help the American Police Officers Alliance with? So how much would you like to donate? Are you there?
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