• Report: #1056393

Complaint Review: Secured Sovran System Int. (SSS)

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  • Submitted: Tue, June 04, 2013
  • Updated: Tue, June 04, 2013

  • Reported By: Anonymous — Stafford Virginia
Secured Sovran System Int. (SSS)
35 Lower Marsh Waterloo, Other United Kingdom
  • Phone: 16137774014 ext 1
  • Web:
  • Category: Banks

Secured Sovran System Int.,SSS, Lottery Scam Waterloo Other

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This company sends a letter stating that they have made several attempt to contact you via your email address and that this is the final attempt to award you the winnings from a lottery in the United Kingdom in the sum of $250,000.00 USD.  They provide a point of contact and a telephone number, in this case the POC's name is Greg Manson (probably a false alias).  When you contact Mr. Manson he informs you that  (SSS) received your information (mainly name, address and email) from a Publishers Clearing House entry that you may have made at one time and that he does not want any SSN# or bank account information, he just needs confirmation that you want to accept your lottery prize winnings.  If you accept he then informs you that there is a $2,700.00 tax on the prize winnings that must be paid to the UK prior to release of the money.  He gives you the option of paying the tax out of pocket or they will send you a portion of your money in a cashier's check for the amount of $4,900. [continued below]....

.....00 USD with which to pay the tax.  Once they have confirmed that the tax has been paid they will send you the remaining amount of the lottery winnings.  A letter with intructions on what to do next will be sent along with the cashier's check.  If you receive any correspondence from Secured Sovran System Int. (SSS) do not call them it is a scam.  If you receive a check from them in any amount do not cash or deposit the check it is a fake!  The check I received was remitted from First Financial Bank NA out of Danville, Illinois.  This is a legitimate banking institution, when I called them to verify the cashier's check they said it was not valid and if I had cashed it I would be liable for the $4,900.00 USD plus any returned check fees when the check bounced.  If it looks to good to be true it probably is.  Please be informed beware and be careful.  I repeat if you receive any emails, letters or checks associated with Secured Sovran Systems Int. (SSS) please delete it, shred it do not cash it. This is an elaborate scam!  Please see attached photos for examples.


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