Are Psychic letters a scam?

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Answered: Is United Prize Center a scam

There have been many complaints about United Prize Identification Center of Linden, NJ asking for $20 before they will send you a prize. And of course they never send you anything.

Answered: I need this letter

I'm sure AOL has copies of disability awards just sitting in a big vault somewhere just for people who don't have the intelligence to call Social Security and get a copy. LMAO!!!!

Answered: Ad Scam

And after all that you didn't even mention the name of the company. Kind of defeats the purpose, Einstein!!

Answered: Scam or Real?

Notice that instead of telling you whether the email was bogus, the great AOL customer service rep simply gave you a link to a source which also doesn't answer your question. Typical AOL.

Answered: Real PSYCHICS come out of hiding !!!

Yes, I am a real psychic. I never solicit business, ask for any additional money other than the fee for a reading (which my clients know in advance) and never tell anyone that they need to see me again. This is a serious spiritual endeavor for me and I have the highest ethics as do the people I ...

Answered: Is Valuable Assets division a scam

There might be something coming to you, but you don't have to pay a fee. There are state Unclaimed Property offices that you can check for free. You might have a tax refund or something that went to an old address. You can find the state web sites from https://www.unclaimed.org/.
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Seasons resorts int , is this a scam ? They stated we were definite

Time share presentations often have you "win" something. About 99.99% of the prizes are cheap.

Online Psychic Who goes by the name of The Extraordinary Chris'?

What is his email i have contacted him once in a reply and now he is not getting any emails from me and i don't know why?

Scam message from Aol

AOL actually puts out warning info on this and tells you to ignore those scams. If in doubt call them, but those scams have been doing that to get credit cards numbers for many many years now. Surely plenty of people get burned on that.