- Report: #703954
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Complaint Review: ACTIVE CAPITAL GROUP
ACTIVE CAPITAL GROUPSPUISTRAAT 47 B 1012 ST AMSTERDAM, Select State/Province United States of America
ACTIVE CAPITAL GROUP STALKING DEPRESSING TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE DISABLED AND CAUSING EMOTIONAL AND MENTAL DISTRESS FALSE ADVERTISING FELONS AMSTERDAM, Netherlands
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They tell you that it is also a Legal Disclosure for check recipients. They also say that you will receive the realized funds 100% guaranteed.
You can get paid by federal express, or a cashier's check (into your bank account of course), the check is certified, or their firm can even call your bank to verify it for you. After you send them a $20 administration fee, your status changes to payee, they will send you a checklist.
They have a RETIRED Security Cheif Major Jonathan Harper will check your claim number and affidavit, when everything check out the check for the designated $15,000,000.00 Fifteen Million Dollars or a fractional demonation therof will be cut payable to you. This is a total scam warn all you know
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