International Monetary Fund- IMF Scam

Will send me a check for $10,000 to help me pay my bills. Wanted me to purchase I Tune card for $200.00. I did not have the $200.00 so I told them I could come up with a $100.00. Then I have to send them the code on the back of the card, so they can process the money they will send me. I had to take a picture of the front and back of the card. I sent them the picture. Once I did that, the UPS will deliver a check to your house. I didn’t receive the check so I called them back and I was told that the IRS had stopped the UPS transaction.

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