- Report: #609339
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Complaint Review: Imperial Financial Settlement LLC
Imperial Financial Settlement LLC1000 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario United States of America
Imperial Financial Settlement LLC May formerly have been called international sweepstakes winner, US $150,000, check drawn on HSBC bank from Century 21 LLC for $4910.00 included, to pay taxes! Balance to be sent Fedex Toronto, Ontario
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Confirms I am 2nd prize winner for US$150,000 in sweepstakes drawn Jan 30, 2010.
Lists claim #, winning numbers, etc. Payment assigned to Advance Financial Settlement and will send CERTIFIED CHECK by UPS/Fedex ($145090.00)
A very real looking check from Century 21 LLC, drawn on HSBC bank, for US$4910.00 included. Also listed two names of 'tax agents' to send via Western Union the obligatory tax amount.
Claims agent: Ken Wilson @ 1-778-317-4261. Call to make arrangements before doing anything else. HSBC is a real bank, but acct # on check was invalid when I called bank.
You have to ask, "why would a real estate company issue a check for an advance on sweepstakes/lottery winnings if the lottery winning was legitimate?" Hmmmm?
I believe this mailing may be fraudulent, and should definitely be turned over the to US Post Office.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/01/2010 11:00 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Imperial-Financial-Settlement-LLC/Toronto-Ontario-M5B-7N2/Imperial-Financial-Settlement-LLC-May-formerly-have-been-called-international-sweepstakes-609339. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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