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Baroness de Rothmann


Scamming money for sets of lottery numbers

Complaint Rating:  67 % with 3 votes
67% 3
I'm in Australia and I received a letter in the mail, claiming that my name was on a list that her late husband a famous mathematician (Christopher de Rothman) had left her, and she was to let me know that he had a winning formula to predict winning lottery numbers, and I had been selected to receive these sets of numbers, and there are varying sets that you can purchase from her enabling you to supposedly win millions!! All you have to do is select which of the sets you would like and pay the fee, then she will send you the sets of numbers which she pretty much guarantees you will win with within two months, if only!!! Oh btw the letter has come from the Netherlands, the letter is copied text with no actual writing /signatures on it and they have supposedly covered up her address and telephone no, but when you hold the letter up to the light they have simply put a texta line over these spaces and there is no adress or no underneath so you cannot actually contact her other than by the address you are given to post a cheque off to... so don't think you will be able to get a refund on your money if the so called sets of wonderful numbers dont win anything for you!
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