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i will blow the trumpet to the scam list that you save families lifes

Posted by 7yurye
2014-10-24 14:00:00

Hello, I am a 20 year old woman who had surgery back in 2012 where they removed a tumor from my abdomen that had "Castleman's disease," which acts like a lymphoma. The doctors assumed that it was contained in this mass, but had no way of knowing indefinitely. They advised me to come back and see them if I started having unusual symptoms. Back in March this year, I began with consistent vomiting and feeling sick. The doctors are looking at ALL possibilities of what could be causing this before they can determine if it is definitely connected to the "Castleman's disease." So I have been to multiple specialists and gone through multiple tests, the only problem, my insurance only covers a portion. I have medical bills piling up and I have been unable to work (since I answer phones, I cannot speak with customers while vomiting.) Therefor, I owe $5,000 to Presbyterian so far. Any help I can get would be so greatly appreciated. I am doing everything I can to get better but my bank account can't even afford the $40 to $55 copays to see the doctor. Thank you sir for helping out now. You may help me contact him for the bill settlement on this line

(252) 543 9266 contact him too for help
 

i will blow the trumpet to the scam list that you save families lifes

Posted by 7yurye
2014-10-24 14:00:00

Hello, I am a 20 year old woman who had surgery back in 2012 where they removed a tumor from my abdomen that had "Castleman's disease," which acts like a lymphoma. The doctors assumed that it was contained in this mass, but had no way of knowing indefinitely. They advised me to come back and see them if I started having unusual symptoms. Back in March this year, I began with consistent vomiting and feeling sick. The doctors are looking at ALL possibilities of what could be causing this before they can determine if it is definitely connected to the "Castleman's disease." So I have been to multiple specialists and gone through multiple tests, the only problem, my insurance only covers a portion. I have medical bills piling up and I have been unable to work (since I answer phones, I cannot speak with customers while vomiting.) Therefor, I owe $5,000 to Presbyterian so far. Any help I can get would be so greatly appreciated. I am doing everything I can to get better but my bank account can't even afford the $40 to $55 copays to see the doctor. Thank you sir for helping out now. You may help me contact him for the bill settlement on this line

(252) 543 9266 contact him too for help
 

i will blow the trumpet to the scam list that you save families lifes

Posted by 7yurye
2014-10-24 14:00:00

Hello, I am a 20 year old woman who had surgery back in 2012 where they removed a tumor from my abdomen that had "Castleman's disease," which acts like a lymphoma. The doctors assumed that it was contained in this mass, but had no way of knowing indefinitely. They advised me to come back and see them if I started having unusual symptoms. Back in March this year, I began with consistent vomiting and feeling sick. The doctors are looking at ALL possibilities of what could be causing this before they can determine if it is definitely connected to the "Castleman's disease." So I have been to multiple specialists and gone through multiple tests, the only problem, my insurance only covers a portion. I have medical bills piling up and I have been unable to work (since I answer phones, I cannot speak with customers while vomiting.) Therefor, I owe $5,000 to Presbyterian so far. Any help I can get would be so greatly appreciated. I am doing everything I can to get better but my bank account can't even afford the $40 to $55 copays to see the doctor. Thank you sir for helping out now. You may help me contact him for the bill settlement on this line

(252) 543 9266 contact him too for help
 

i will blow the trumpet to the scam list that you save families lifes

Posted by 7yurye
2014-10-24 14:00:00

Hello, I am a 20 year old woman who had surgery back in 2012 where they removed a tumor from my abdomen that had "Castleman's disease," which acts like a lymphoma. The doctors assumed that it was contained in this mass, but had no way of knowing indefinitely. They advised me to come back and see them if I started having unusual symptoms. Back in March this year, I began with consistent vomiting and feeling sick. The doctors are looking at ALL possibilities of what could be causing this before they can determine if it is definitely connected to the "Castleman's disease." So I have been to multiple specialists and gone through multiple tests, the only problem, my insurance only covers a portion. I have medical bills piling up and I have been unable to work (since I answer phones, I cannot speak with customers while vomiting.) Therefor, I owe $5,000 to Presbyterian so far. Any help I can get would be so greatly appreciated. I am doing everything I can to get better but my bank account can't even afford the $40 to $55 copays to see the doctor. Thank you sir for helping out now. You may help me contact him for the bill settlement on this line

(252) 543 9266 contact him too for help
 

i will blow the trumpet to the scam list that you save families lifes

Posted by 7yurye
2014-10-24 14:00:00

Hello, I am a 20 year old woman who had surgery back in 2012 where they removed a tumor from my abdomen that had "Castleman's disease," which acts like a lymphoma. The doctors assumed that it was contained in this mass, but had no way of knowing indefinitely. They advised me to come back and see them if I started having unusual symptoms. Back in March this year, I began with consistent vomiting and feeling sick. The doctors are looking at ALL possibilities of what could be causing this before they can determine if it is definitely connected to the "Castleman's disease." So I have been to multiple specialists and gone through multiple tests, the only problem, my insurance only covers a portion. I have medical bills piling up and I have been unable to work (since I answer phones, I cannot speak with customers while vomiting.) Therefor, I owe $5,000 to Presbyterian so far. Any help I can get would be so greatly appreciated. I am doing everything I can to get better but my bank account can't even afford the $40 to $55 copays to see the doctor. Thank you sir for helping out now. You may help me contact him for the bill settlement on this line

(252) 543 9266 contact him too for help
 

i will blow the trumpet to the scam list that you save families lifes

Posted by 7yurye
2014-10-24 14:00:00

Hello, I am a 20 year old woman who had surgery back in 2012 where they removed a tumor from my abdomen that had "Castleman's disease," which acts like a lymphoma. The doctors assumed that it was contained in this mass, but had no way of knowing indefinitely. They advised me to come back and see them if I started having unusual symptoms. Back in March this year, I began with consistent vomiting and feeling sick. The doctors are looking at ALL possibilities of what could be causing this before they can determine if it is definitely connected to the "Castleman's disease." So I have been to multiple specialists and gone through multiple tests, the only problem, my insurance only covers a portion. I have medical bills piling up and I have been unable to work (since I answer phones, I cannot speak with customers while vomiting.) Therefor, I owe $5,000 to Presbyterian so far. Any help I can get would be so greatly appreciated. I am doing everything I can to get better but my bank account can't even afford the $40 to $55 copays to see the doctor. Thank you sir for helping out now. You may help me contact him for the bill settlement on this line

(252) 543 9266 contact him too for help
 

i will blow the trumpet to the scam list that you save families lifes

Posted by 7yurye
2014-10-24 14:00:00

Hello, I am a 20 year old woman who had surgery back in 2012 where they removed a tumor from my abdomen that had "Castleman's disease," which acts like a lymphoma. The doctors assumed that it was contained in this mass, but had no way of knowing indefinitely. They advised me to come back and see them if I started having unusual symptoms. Back in March this year, I began with consistent vomiting and feeling sick. The doctors are looking at ALL possibilities of what could be causing this before they can determine if it is definitely connected to the "Castleman's disease." So I have been to multiple specialists and gone through multiple tests, the only problem, my insurance only covers a portion. I have medical bills piling up and I have been unable to work (since I answer phones, I cannot speak with customers while vomiting.) Therefor, I owe $5,000 to Presbyterian so far. Any help I can get would be so greatly appreciated. I am doing everything I can to get better but my bank account can't even afford the $40 to $55 copays to see the doctor. Thank you sir for helping out now. You may help me contact him for the bill settlement on this line

(252) 543 9266 contact him too for help
 

What are scams?

Scams are designed to trick you into giving away your money or your personal details. Scams come to you in many forms — by mail, email, telephone, over the Internet and door-to-door. There are several methods that scammers use to steal your money or personal details. The main purpose of this website is to teach you how to avoid scams and frauds of any type.

Here are two common scams:

1. Great promises scams

Scammers try to take advantage of you by promising things like winnings, prizes, true love or making fast money. But before they give you anything, they will request that you send them money or give them your bank account or credit card numbers or other full personal details like FULL NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER, etc.... They never deliver what they promise and you always get ripped off.

2. Scams request for your personal details

Scammers pretend to be legitimate banks, businesses or organizations. They approach you out of the blue with flyers, letters, emails, websites or phone calls with requests that seem like the real thing. Then they’ll give a reason as to why you need to provide them with your full personal details, like your address, credit card number, password, bank account number etc. But genuine organizations don’t usually make such unsolicited requests. If you provide them with your full personal details they could steal your money and your identity.

Why do scams work?

Scams succeeds because it looks like the real thing and people can be easily sold into a scam trap. Scammers are manipulative – they push your emotional buttons to produce the response they want. Don’t let scammers steal your money and personal details – protect yourself from scams.

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