Worldwide Publications

worldwide publications its a mail order company taht you can work from home but its a big scam they keep sending stuff want you to keep sending money – this company worldwide publications is a scam but this person hazel peppergood he was on careerbuilder.com they gave me the info for worldwide publications i lost 68 bucks to hazel and 150 bucks to worldwide company i hope i can get my money back i dont think i can

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