Grand Prize Sweepstakes XIV / Mail Fraud
I see I am not the first one to complain about this USPS scammer. I've never received so much scam mail as I have since we relocated. It is making me really nervous about identity theft. Anyhow, here is another to add to the list. Don't be fooled people, Make note the "letters" are Xerox copies. An official notice of any sort ALWAYS has an official signature not a copy & paste. Also notice how all of the signatures and stampings that are not on a designated line are all perfectly straight... when do government documents that require endorsements EVER have them neatly organized.. Notice how there isn't a website or phone number or even anything stating HOW you were put up for the "prize". And if you're STILL not convinced use technology. A bar code is place on the pages, scan the bar code. You'll find it's a fake bar code. These scammers even went as far as to enclose official rules where if you send a traceable money option they will take additional money from you with those account information you provided. Above all else have common sense. If you entered a sweepstakes don't you think you would remember entering it? Also have you ever heard of anyone winning a sweepstakes through the mail? And like so many others have also said, who in the history of prizes has ever had to pay in order to receive their prize...?