“Classictimes Framingham” group brings Brazilians together on WhatsApp

Grupo “Classitimes Framingham” reúne brasileiros no WhatsApp

It aims to provide information, job and business opportunities, immigration news, rental offers, gifts and rewards and much more.

Lucy Luciano

The Brazilian Times manages a number of groups on the social network, with the aim of increasing access to everything that includes the Brazilian community in the United States. One of them, on WhatsApp, is called “ClassicTimes Framingham” and through this its members have access to all available opportunities as well as a lot of information and news.

It aims to provide information, job and business opportunities, immigration news, rental offers, gifts and rewards and much more.

This group is entirely dedicated to the Brazilian family, so a team is on constant alert to bar, block and ban any content that is sexual or that attacks people. Swearing-in and other types of verbal abuses will also be banned.

In addition, the group has space for advertisers who wanted to promote their products.

To become a member, visit the link https://bit.ly/3sYDw7A, and use the link to advertise https://wa.me/message/LTOVGPQXKK6OD1,



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