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Letter: Scam phone call

Sandra Coomer writes:
I received a call from a Columbia number that I answered for business reasons. But the call was an automated call that stated a package had been stopped by Border Patrol that contained contraband. It said it had all my credentials. I was to hold for someone to come on the line to verify my credentials. Which I did not do. I just wanted the public to know of the scam. Thinks like that can totally mess up a person's life.

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