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Is Mystery shoppers america.com legitimate?

Have gotten several emails from them - just want to know if it is a scam

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I MIRIAH ANDERSON NEED A FULL REFUND FOR MY MYSTERY SHOPPING OFFER FROM SUPPORT@SHOPPERSSYSTEMS.COM.I'M NO LONGER INTERESTED AND WOULD LIKE A FULL REFUND.THANK YOU!


i benedict lahai no longer intrested in mystery shoppers i need my full refund as soon as possible back into my account thanks

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