Dr Pepper Advertisement

I got a text message asking if i wanted to make some extra $ by having my car wrapped by dr. Pepper so i said yes. They aksed for my name and address so they could send me a check. After i text the number on the paper she sent me this text from the number ending with 1741, Once the check has been deposited, you are to deduct your first week payment which is 700$ and also deduct extra 50$ for the stress and gas then have the rest funds sent to the installation man who will be coming to your location to get your car wrapped. I asked for the company’s name & number & her response was "they will contact you".

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