The complaint has been investigated and
resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved USA Capital Trust — Fraud check distrib. of $2,965.43
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I received a letter from USA Capital Trust, A Division of USA Mega Sweepstakes from the above address saying that I had a ticket number that matched five first numbers and won a Jackpot in the 2nd category. It said that all participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 1, 200, 000 entries all over North America. It said I won a lump sum payment of $275, 000, that the funds were insured and coming to my home address (which I had moved from since then but the letter was forwarded to my new address). It said that I was to call a VINCE MCLEOD immediately upon receiving this "document" to initate my claim at [protected] and that the claim number assigned to me was C659-01 (highlighted in grey). They enclosed a check for $2, 965.43 that looks like a real check. It's stamped in the upper left hand corner with the Intel insignia and says "Intel Marketing Exchange" next to it, PO Box 58423, Seattle, WA 98138. About 2 inches over the right of it at the top of the check is a bank name CITIBANK, N.A., One Penns's Way, New Castle, DE 19720 with the next line having a number of 62-20/311. Check number in top right hand corner says 68511. Check was payable to me at an older address for the amount mentioned above. Check is light mint green in color with a small pattern on it that when held up to the light does not show up anymore. Security "features" are done in a brighter green along with a bright green strip of color across the top fo the check as well. Securtiy features explanations are on the back of the check along with the standard endorsement lines and "X" on the back in grey ink.