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Complaint Review: Santa Licia Security Company

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  • Submitted: Wed, June 08, 2005
  • Updated: Wed, June 08, 2005

  • Reported By:Santa Clara California
Santa Licia Security Company
PLAZA COLON E-2883 MADRID, Spain Spain
  • Phone: 637-975-855
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  • Category: Lottery

Santa Licia Security Company ripoff Loteria Primitiva MADRID Spain

*Author of original report: Santa Lucia Security Company S.A. It was too good to be believed.

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I received same letter on 6/4/2005 with Spain stamp on it. The letter says that I have won an amount of $615,810.00 US Dollars which have divided from a total amount of $10,468,770.00 US Dollars shared among the international winners in the category. The letter stated that all participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 25,000 names from Europe, Australia, Asia and North America. The letter also mentioned the ticket number is 031-1127-841 with serial number 3214-07 drew the lucky number of 21-22-39-41-49.

The letter was sent from
Loteria Primitiva
Plaza De Colon E-28833
Madrid, Spain
Tel: 01134-637-975-855
Fax: 01134-652-521-490
The letter was hand signed by
Jose Luis Miguel, Vice President
Ref# EG/2551256003/01
Batch# : 000750013/C.P

It was too good to be believed. I called the foreign operation manager, Mr. Anthonia Bravo of Santa Lucia Security at number 01134-627-134-127, right way. He instructed me to fill out the lottery payment processing form and fax it to 01134-655-172-163. I thought it could be a scam, but still could not resist possibility of big money. I went to internet by typing the keyword, Loteria Primitiva. I did see many pages in Spanish. It looks a real lottery name. I was starting to believe it could be true. I was so excited. So, I faxed the form with my name, BOD, address and phone number on it. I received a call from Mr. Bravo two days late. He told me he has approved the lottery payment to me. For the payment process, I need fax a copy of my driver's license or identification with $1,968 to the following address for a tax payment to Spanish Government. But the address doesn't like a government office at all.

Mark Johnson
Calle Ayala No. 28 C.P. 28009
Madrid Spain

I asked him why you don't simply deduct the money from my wining. He said they can not touch the money before I receive it. He also said $1,968 is not so much for you.
Sensing some thing strange, I decided to do more search. I went to Google and type the keyword, Santa Lucia Security Company. Thanks god I found an article, http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff137266.htm, right away. I finally wake up from dream. Thanks to rifoffreport.com and every one. I am lucky that I did not spend much time and money to deal with such bad people.

I hope those crime can be stopped and the bad people will be punished. I hope my store can help people from falling into the trap.

The incident told me again that nothing is free. If something come to easy, don't believe it at first.

John
Santa Clara, California
U.S.A.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/08/2005 12:23 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Santa-Licia-Security-Company/MADRID-Spain/Santa-Licia-Security-Company-ripoff-Loteria-Primitiva-MADRID-Spain-145432. 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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#1 Author of original report

Santa Lucia Security Company S.A. It was too good to be believed.

AUTHOR: Zongqiang - (U.S.A.)

I received same letter on 6/4/2005 with Spain stamp on it. The letter says that I have won an amount of $615,810.00 US Dollars which have divided from a total amount of $10,468,770.00 US Dollars shared among the international winners in the category. The letter stated that all participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 25,000 names from Europe, Australia, Asia and North America. The letter also mentioned the ticket number is 031-1127-841 with serial number 3214-07 drew the lucky number of 21-22-39-41-49.

The letter was sent from
Loteria Primitiva
Plaza De Colon E-28833
Madrid, Spain
Tel: 01134-637-975-855
Fax: 01134-652-521-490
The letter was hand signed by
Jose Luis Miguel, Vice President
Ref# EG/2551256003/01
Batch# : 000750013/C.P

It was too good to be believed. I called the foreign operation manager, Mr. Anthonia Bravo of Santa Lucia Security at number 01134-627-134-127, right way. He instructed me to fill out the lottery payment processing form and fax it to 01134-655-172-163. I thought it could be a scam, but still could not resist possibility of big money. I went to internet by typing the keyword, Loteria Primitiva. I did see many pages in Spanish. It looks a real lottery name. I was starting to believe it could be true. I was so excited. So, I faxed the form with my name, BOD, address and phone number on it. I received a call from Mr. Bravo two days late. He told me he has approved the lottery payment to me. For the payment process, I need fax a copy of my driver's license or identification with $1,968 to the following address for a tax payment to Spanish Government. But the address doesn't like a government office at all.

Mark Johnson
Calle Ayala No. 28 C.P. 28009
Madrid Spain

I asked him why you don't simply deduct the money from my wining. He said they can not touch the money before I receive it. He also said $1,968 is not so much for you.
Sensing some thing strange, I decided to do more search. I went to Google and type the keyword, Santa Lucia Security Company. Thanks god I found an article, http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff137266.htm, right away. I finally wake up from dream.

Thanks to rifoffreport.com and every one. I am lucky that I did not spend much time and money to deal with such bad people.

I hope those crime can be stopped and the bad people will be punished. I hope my store can help people from falling into the trap.
The incident told me again that nothing is free. If something come to easy, don't believe it at first.
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