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Prize Research Intelligence Agency / Been sending them money because they promised me I won millions

1 1280 S. Raber RD.Columbia City, IN, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 260-229-8446

I have been receiving several letters from Prize Research Inteligence Agency. They have sent me several Transmittal Authorization forms for Payment Pending Account for $2, 342, 000.00, Received a fake pending cash dispersal check for $2, 342, 000.00, several Payment Pending Memorandum forms for the same amount, a Gold Medal Advantage winner form for $3, 469, 751.14, an Express Notice Tracking Form that said I had to sigh it and they would send me my winnings of $2, 536, 092.23, An Authorization Document saying they will rush me my cash payment for $2, 024, 987.00, an Opportunity Rights Acceptance form For $2, 700, 000.00. I have sent $20 to them 14 different times because their forms said it was legal. I just found out today its a scam and I'm out $280.00. I wish I would of found your website and known about these people when I got their first letter. Thank you for your website. Please contact me at firefighter_2001@live.com if there is anything I can do to put these criminals behind bars and get my money back.

Sincerely,
David Wymer

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  • Ch
      1st of Aug, 2009
    0 Votes

    Hi,
    I just received the same thing in the mail!. I did think it was sounding like a scam, because usually anyone asking you for money is not real, so I googled the information and I got all this information??? I wasn't going to send the money because desperate times make desparate people and i'm not that gullable. I'm so sorry this happened to you and hope you can get your money back, though I don't know how? These people work fast and move around and use different addresses, etc. Hope you don't make the mistake again.
    Chris

  • Vo
      16th of Feb, 2010
    0 Votes

    If I were you, I would have the authorities stake-out the Post Office Box and have whomever shows up to pick up the mail arrested. That would be the most likely way to stop them and they would be the ones able to prosecute them. If you contact the local Authorities, they might be able to build a case against them, as I'm sure you're not the only one sending them money. This crime is also interstate, so the Federal Authorities might be the ones with the most prosecutorial power to arrest and stop these criminals. I can't imagine that these agencies wouldn't be interested, and you might also contact the Department Of Justice, as they might have jurisdiction as well. Stopping them will involve defining which agency has the best chance, and the harshest penalties, and the best way to get everyone's money back. This might be through frozen & seized assets, accounts, real estate, automobiles, etc. through some kind of Class-Action or Victim Reimbursement legal mechanism associated with the case, and would also involve turning the person, or persons, arrested at the Post Office Box arrest, against the group, to stop all of them and seized everything. There might even be International Elements to this Crime & Organization, so I would rely on the Authorities to Prosecute them. Being that the Postal Service was used for the Frauds, the Federal Authorities might be your best bet. Good luck in getting your money back! I really appreciate you posting this complaint, it's saved me $20 twenty dollars, and as I'm recovering from my fourth spinal fusion, after a bad car accident, I really can't afford even $20 twenty dollars, so I can't thank you enough for your story. -Volumetry@aol.com

  • Aw
      6th of Jan, 2011
    0 Votes

    i too have received this letter how is scaming legal especially the wording on these letters cuz most are lies!!! some word it diff so they ant get into trouble but these letters are straight lies ppl will do anything to earn a lil extra cash

  • Mi
      28th of Feb, 2011
    0 Votes

    if you all get these letters from them start sending a phoney photo copied 20 dollar bill from your copy machine and when they start getting enough of these maybe they will realize we know that it is a scam thats is what i did now i am just waiting on a nasty letter from them cause i sent a phoney bill to them i will wait and see what happens every time i get one of these letters im gonna send them a phoney 2o dollar bill see how they like being scammed

  • Ra
      7th of Mar, 2011
    0 Votes

    It is the first time that I riceive this letter for this company : PRIZE RESEARCH INTELIGENCY AGENCY, but other companies as : Global Reporting Network, Physicians Life Insurance Campany, and other more; they
    take my money and I never receive any answer about are the form the person win the money. I send some
    letter that i don't want to they continue to return more letter but they did'nt understand, for week they send
    me 3 or 5 letter, I lost some money with them and now come a new company with the same history:
    Dear Rafael Galan: Please be advised that the prize total $ 2, 536, 092.23 has been identified as now due for payment, Rafael Galan. These funds are offered by third party sponsors not affiliated with the Prize Research
    Intelligence Agency, an indcependent notification service. i am sorry, very bad criminal persons.
    Salute,
    Rafael

  • Tr
      28th of Apr, 2011
    0 Votes

    I received the Express Notice, payment of $2, 536, 092.23 pending upon my payment of $20 for a transfer fee. Thanks to the news media, I know that any source that asks for money upfront is a fraud. I will be turning this correspondence over to our local Sheriff's Department. Reading the comments on this website was verification to my initial thoughts of fraud.

  • Hi
      13th of Jul, 2011
    0 Votes

    Everyone needs to contact the United States Postal Inspection Service in Miami, Fl. Since the Postal service is being use for the scan, the inspection will go after them. you can a complaint on line.

    Paul

  • Dr
      30th of Oct, 2011
    0 Votes

    This is what I am doing... I am sending the envelope back to them with Fraud on one side and Scam on the other side in very big letters. Also I am writing on the bottom of the front page that the authorities have been notified.
    E. E.

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