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Addleshaw, Bird & Mitchell

Posted: 2013-12-03 by    Scambuster13

Dirty Scammers

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 7 votes
Contact information:
Addleshaw, Bird & Mitchell
United States
My mom received correspondence from Addleshaw, Bird & Mitchel (ABM) claiming that she had won 1, 560, 000.00. All she had to do was send the "Documentation Acceptance form" in a "self-addressed stamped envelope to customer service on the reverse PBM 540, 125-28 Queens Blvd, Kew Gardens NY 11415" with processing fee of $25 by December 26, 2013. The payment options available for the processing fee was cash, check, and/or money order. Now what legit company would ask you to send cash through the mail; what no credit card, paypal, debit, etc. I never heard of this company and knew right away that it was fraudulent. Please do not respond to claims mailed to you that you've won anything. She was actually getting ready to mail the darn thing today, caught her just in to prove to her that this company is a hoax.
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 9th of Dec, 2013 by   Billy Wooten 0 Votes
Received a "Disbursement Advisory" stating that I had "won" $2, 997, 500.00 dollers. All I had to do was send them a check for $20.oo to claim my prize. I looked up the company name on the internet, and found out it was a scam.

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