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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Winners International — telephone call
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I received a telephone call from a person calling himself Peter Campbell. He advised that he was delivering a 2008 Mercedes Benz (blue) and then added it was a convertible. In addition he said that he had a 2.5 million dollar check for me. He did not ask my name or where I lived. When I quiestioned him he said that "Ms. Oprah" and "Bill Gates" were involved and that my name had been picked in Las Vegas because I paid my bills on time especially my utilities. I have never been to Las Vegas. He wanted a $750 delivery fee. I told him I didn't have any money. He said "well you have Social Security don't you?" I responded again that I do not have any money. He said that I could get a loan against a credit card and I indicated that I was maxed out and could not do that. I told him I would have to talk to my husband who was not at home and would call him back. Not ten minutes later he called me back and wanted to know why I had not talked to my husband yet. He was very demanding. I told him I would call him back if and when I spoke to my husband. In fact I contacted the FBI and am awaiting a call back. This is not the first time a scam has been attempted on us. We had a similar scam that was attempted on us for 1.5 million dollars on the Australian lottery two weeks ago that we reported to the FBI. In that one they wanted $375.
Peter Campbell just called again wanting to know when he can come with the "car" and the "money." I have been holding him off until I hear from the FBI.