- Report: #305693
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Free Lotto - Kevin J. Aronin
Free Lotto - Kevin J. Aroninwww.freelotto.com Internet U.S.A.
Free Lotto - Kevin J. Aronin he said that i was won a 79,000,000.00 usd in a freelotto and after that he asking for a credit card to verify my pin is this really true?i research about him and i found out that he is a scam; so if he is really a scam so why is it this site is still going on? New York, New York Internet
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I just want to report about this site that always come out when we surf other site, first it will say that "you win, your a 999,999 visitor click here to claim" then after we click or sometimes even we didn't click it; it automatically open itself then there it goes the FREELOTTO!
I already gave my name, address and even my e mail add.,that is why until now the freelotto still sending me a message about how to claim it, FIRST I have to verify it by giving to them my CREDIT CARD NUMBER.
I Want to know if this site really telling a true or it is a scam?
Thank You very much and may this report well help this problem solve.
Puerto Princesa City, New York
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