ED Magedson – Founder
Payment Services InternationalPO Box 17 Nationwide Australia
Payment Services International $40 million powerball first prize monies. But, I must pay $10 to claim? Varsity Lakes QLD Nationwide
I have received numerous letters indicating that I am a winner in the Australia lottery and that I must pay $10 to claim such prize. My most recent letter was yesterday Saturday June 08, 2013, and it was in a post card attached with an envelope with a return address of Client Services PO Box 17 Varsity Lakes QLD 4227 Australia.
Why am I receiving such mail if, I've never registered? Secondly, if I in fact won, why should I pay? I understand that playing the Lottery requires a purchase of tickets, but, I won't be obliged to pay! What the hell is this about?
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