(949) 202-1691 is a Mortgage Scam
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- Transcript Our interest at $9127.00 Zena Avenue this is a public service announcement the federal government's just announced a national mortgage payment relief plan that can drastically reduce or eliminate you making any mortgage payments altogether pay off debt and give you cash reserves and fill this Corona epidemic is over a not for profit clinics been set up to help check your eligibility for free by pressing 0 on your phone right now the Federal Reserve dropped the rate to 0 and launched 700000000000 dollars to shelter the economy from the effects this virus and nonprofit 501 c 3 has been set up to help you apply for free simply press 0 or call 844-622-2243 that's 844 in a CIA id attention at 9127 Zina Avenue this is a public service announcement the federal government's just announced a national mortgage payment relief plan that can drastically reduce or eliminate you making any mortgage.
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