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Complaint Review: North American Prize Pool - Financial Services Solutions
North American Prize Pool - Financial Services SolutionsP O Box 96 001 Mississauga, Ontario United States of America
North American Prize Pool - Financial Services Solutions T & B Financial Inc claim that I have won a prize in a drawing Mississauga, Ontario
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Letter claims that I have won $100,000. Includes check for $3,770 drawn on an account of a real company, Faygo Beverages of Detroit Michigan. Unlikely this company knows anything about this check. Letter says that I must to pay Canadian Non resident tax of $2,855.
Letter contains no explanation of why amount of check differs from tax due, also grammar errors, inconsistent capitalization, much bold text and underlining, and many redundant exclamation points.
Letter requests that I keep everything confidential in order to eliminate the possibility of fraud, in which case I will not be paid. Whoever wrote this letter is not only illiterate, but apparently irony impaired.
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