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Wealth Development CenterAngela Penbrook - Reposting links for major billion dollar co.s online

Spoke with a Staci Woods who explained to me the process of how I would post links for major Co.S. I would receive $2.00 very every link posted and then if someone clicked on the link and followed thru I would receive $250.00. Said she was sending me a email with all the login info I would need to get started and that I would and could be making money right away. Provided me with a customer service Number [protected]. When I called the Number because I never received an email I got a Michael Minor who had no idea about Wealth Dev. Center and called his gig Brand Buddee. So while on the phone we go to the site and it's all about earning points for products. When I ask about the reposting of links and this is not what I signed up for he hung up on me. Tried calling back to no evaul. Keep getting Voice Mail. No my question is ...how do I get my money returned to my card. Not to mention he has my card number now

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