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Complaint Rating:  89 % with 92 votes
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HOLLAND, England, Greater London
United Kingdom
I have had a number of claims about lottery wins in the past,
This person calling his self GUY D' ORSO Claims he can produce winnings,
Also ask to hand over £35.00 with a money back guarantee.
This person may have pocketed millions from strangers watch out!!!
Complaint comments Comments (4) Complaint country United Kingdom Complaint category Inheritance Scams


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N  29th of Jul, 2013 by    0 Votes
I have been receiving letters from this Guy D'Orso for quite some time; first in English and since I ignored them, they are now in French (I live in Quebec, Canada). I also receive similar letters from so-called Lotto Organisations in the USA, Philippines, Slovakia, The Netherlands, Japan, etc. In the beginning I would reply with a note that any handling charges should be deducted from the winning amount. Then I realized why should I have to pay even for postage? Now I just ignore these letters and they go into the shredder. Any lottery I trust is the local one where I know the person who sells me the ticket and I can check out the winning ticket after each draw.
A  14th of Oct, 2014 by    0 Votes
He is a fraud, has taken my cousin for thousands in two years. He operates under many names and faces and preys on the elderly.
N  20th of Aug, 2015 by    0 Votes
I have also received a letter that said I have inherited 1 Billion dollars from a man who is supposed to be my family. This mans name is George Murells, not only that, after George dies I get a few billion more. I am to sign a so called will and send it back to make it legal.
A  3rd of Sep, 2016 by    0 Votes
I today received a letter similar to the account given by Patricia Nieman re 'George Murells' who, alas for Patricia, now wants to legate to me, his long-sought 'family', his billions plus...an amulet. The person ?--is anyone real in all this--relaying this good fortune to me calls himself 'Christopher McAlister'.
Charles Shields

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