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SHE ASKED ME TO SEND £24 and that i will win some money.I dont know what to think.There so many bad people in this world you dont know who to believe

 

Stella angel stone is a trademark. NOT a person. Not to mention the company is dead. If u look it up as a trademark u will see, that in these dark times people will do anything for money even avoid taxes by running company's that have fallen. So to make a long story short dont give these fonnies any money.

Stella Angelstone is a scammer psychic!! My family member sends her money to the Netherlands (promised good luck medallions and junk to win millions) The checks are cashed in Dallas, Texas, USA. I cannot get my family member to understand he is throwing his money away!! She preys on the eldery and promises them big money and just takes their money!! Do not send money to her!!

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