Wealth Decree Anonymous

Wealth decree Anonymous Stealth Wealth Forever Tried to get me to send $5 to a P.O. Box in Los Angeles Los Angeles, California – Company says they have a secret to a ‘FLAW’ in the financial system that all the rich people use to get rich. It will make you over $100,000 in the first 30 days and over $2,500,000 in the first year. They are giving it away free if you just send $5 to cover the shipping of the materials. Come on send $5 to a P.O. Box with no phone number or FAX number. The letter is fairly well written and looks fairly prfessional so I’m sure some poor souls will just use the return envolope to send in $5. DON’T DO IT!! It’s a scam!

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