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Posted: 2013-03-25 by    Pandorum

Sweepstakes scam

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 3 votes
Contact information:
Relliance Courier Services
CIM del Valles,P.Ind.Les Minetes P.4-5 STA
United States
Phone: +34-637-908218, +34-935-207756, +34-637-908218
trackk33.net
I received an email stating I won a Euro Raffle sweepstakes. Wonderful news if you need the money, fortunately I did not send them any of MY money. Since I had not entered any sweepstakes, I suspected fraud since this looked very suspicious, and upon Googling "Euro Raffle", this site (www.scambook.com) came up with all of the registered complaints against it about this very same scam.

I hope the FBI has been notified.

This is a copy of what I was emailed:


Euro Raffle <geogerry211@wowway.com>
Mar 10


Congratulations! Your e-mail has been AWARDED a Prize sum of (2.000.000 EUR(OS)) Held MARCH 2013 in Europe. We select winners through our Partner Web Directory.

FOR IMMEDIATE CLAIMS;

SEND NAME...
CONTACT ADD(RESS)...
Countr(y)...
PHONE...
Alt. E-mail...

E-mail us: eurorraffle@suddenlink.net

c

(Claim Mgr)

If you receive a similar email, do not respond to it but do report it to the FTC.
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 25th of Mar, 2013 by   Pandorum 0 Votes
I received an email stating I won a Euro Raffle sweepstakes. Wonderful news if you need the money, fortunately I did not send them any of MY money. Since I had not entered any sweepstakes, I suspected fraud since this looked very suspicious, and upon Googling "Euro Raffle", this site came up with all of the registered complaints against it about this very same scam.

I hope the FBI has been notified.

This is a copy of what I was emailed:


Euro Raffle
Mar 10


Congratulations! Your e-mail has been AWARDED a Prize sum of (2.000.000 EUR(OS)) Held MARCH 2013 in Europe. We select winners through our Partner Web Directory.

FOR IMMEDIATE CLAIMS;

SEND NAME...
CONTACT ADD(RESS)...
Countr(y)...
PHONE...
Alt. E-mail...

E-mail us: eurorraffle@suddenlink.net

c

(Claim Mgr)

If you receive a similar email, do not respond to it but do report it to the FTC.
 26th of Mar, 2013 by   Pandorum 0 Votes
My response to above VERIFICATION BOARD: How can you be a winner of a Lottery or similar-like drawing or giveaways without actually entering or initiating entering yourself?
Most participants in these Cash Rewards or Lottery giveaways are at least knowingly entering a published contest and provided the rules and purpose of the contest.
 2nd of Apr, 2013 by   Pandorum 0 Votes
My response to above VERIFICATION BOARD: How can you be a winner of a Lottery or similar-like drawing or giveaways without actually entering or initiating entering yourself?
Most participants in these Cash Rewards or Lottery giveaways are at least knowingly entering a published contest and provided the rules and purpose of the contest.

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