Am I being set up for a scam?

Johns Hopkins and Mayo Clinic misspellings are clear enough for me that this is not legit.
At 90 years of age, throw a premium number in the thousands and see how he/she/it responds
That policy would be at least $50,000 per year. And even at that no company would sell it to a 90-year old.
 
You definitely don't want to get scammed. In this scary world today, you have to be careful.

I'm happy to help, though. PM me your social security number, birthdate, full legal name, mothers maiden name and your bank password. I'll look into this and help you out.

Wicked . . .
 

Latest posts

Back
Top