Re: New Massage from Chase (SM)
Ha, that’s funny, Chase is sending me a massage. 🙂
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Guess what, you scumbag scammer? I’m not a Chase customer, you freaking idiot. Now, which of my responses to scammers should I use? Maybe all of them? 🙂