- Report: #227706
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Freelotto.com
Freelotto.comwww.freelotto.com Internet U.S.A.
Freelotto.com $100,000,00 ripoff New York Internet
I actually didnt send my credit card info,but in the body of my email i puoted that I do not have a credit card at the moment but I have a usual account in which my salary gets paid into,so there should be no problem sending my winnings to that account and all the would need is my accounts sort code to put it in.
They replied saing:Freelotto prize winner,thankyou for playing free lotto but it seems you have entered the incorrect TSN number was you mistaken and typed the wrong TSN number? We are sorry but your prize claim this time is denied.Please send us the correct TSN numer and we will be glad to honor you your money.
I then sent them another id------- number which appears everytime the send me confirmation mail.
I did that 1hour ago.Im gonna see their reply.I want my money and I dont care.And Im gonna advertize this on the radio here in japan as I am a radio disk jockey. Idiots they must think Im japanese hahaha Im a british citizen living in japan and Im not a japanese born citizen at that.
This is going all over the internet and radio and also will be on japanese television.
Freelotto owe me money and believe the had better get it to me F.A.S.T.
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