- Report: #174786
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Complaint Review: LVAAP
LVAAPPO BOX 98855 LAS VEGAS, Nevada U.S.A.
Prize Search Express Las Vegas Actionable Award Program Lapham, Vargas, & Cornell ripoff LAS VEGAS Nevada
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I did receive my contract to have my $3,341,006.00 sent to me. The problem was I saw I had to send in $20 to get it big red flag. I then googled it and here I am seeing that it is a scam. Being the ever curious one I started doing some more research the companay actually goes by many names per the BBB.
There is a report of all their complaints, and names they go by one of which is Lapham, Vargas, & Cornell. When you do a search of this you get an interesting result, you get the movie Original Sin from the internet movie data base. Funny is the fact that VARGAS orders a mail order bride which is married by the priest LAPHAM, and the man who wrote the novel is CORNELL. A coincidence maybe but this guy pays for his wife, sounds like some people paying for their winnings While LVAAP is marrying us to our money.
Cornell I'm stumped how that relates, if have any ideas just contact me by using the rebuttal box below.
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This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/04/2006 06:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/LVAAP/LAS-VEGAS-Nevada-89193/Prize-Search-Express-Las-Vegas-Actionable-Award-Program-Lapham-Vargas-Cornell-ripoff-L-174786. 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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