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Universal Rewards & Trust Co. AKA: Intermational Claims Department / Winning Final Notification

1 904-755-4119Jacksonville, FL, United States Review updated:

I have received this letter in the mail yesturday informing me that I have won the DE-LOTTO NORTH AMERICAN SWEEPSTAKES LOTTERY ON SHOPPERS PROMOTION which was held on FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28th.

This telling me that I am entitled to the sum of $125, 000.00 US dollars. This from the total prize of $4Million US Dollars that was shared.

They give you a claim number that is assigned to their North American Clsaims Affiliate. To expedite the processing of the enclosed checkof $4875 USD which has been deducted from my winnings. The letter goes on to tell you tht the sole purpose of the first checkis for the payment of applicabe GOVERNMENT TAXES and the taxes connot be deducted from the winnings because of the insurance bond policy coverage.

The tax amount is to be in USD of $2, 878 which leaves you USD $2, 000 left.

Of Cource you have to call them before you can cash the check and you must keep this confidential.

They tell you to contact their claim agent immediately for further clarification within 10 business days.

Their Claims/Disbursement Manager in this case is Mr. Frank Brown and the directline is [protected]

The President is Mr. Bryan McDonnald

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  • Pc
      13th of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    In these bad times that some unscrewpulous people have the nerve to try to pull something like this on people that are having enough trouble just trying to stay afloat.
    This is another thing that should be done to track these people down and put them where they can never have contact with people on the outside world.
    It's good to have something like this to point out these people and hang they with the very tools they are using to hurt people instead of helping noone but themselves.

  • He
      13th of Jan, 2009
    0 Votes

    Here's a clue.If you won something you didn't enter, IT'S A SCAM. The sent check scam that you just dealt with is really common.They send a check, want you to deposit in your account and wire ahlf the amount to such and such.They have you call before deposit so that after you deposit it, your bank sees the money is there and, in most cases, clears it so you can use it. It doesn't get electronically sent to the orgin until the end of the day.The scammer then takes out all the money in the account that is the source inside of an hour after you call and the check you deposited bounces.
    YOU are now responsable for the amount you took out and wired. You will also get hit for fees on a bounced deposit.
    One guy at work got one of those "checks" and brought it in.It had Four Thousand spelled FORE Thousand.
    If only one of the "YOU Won !" emails was real a week, I would make Bill Gates look like a pauper.

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