- Report: #1056668
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Complaint Review: Tim Slazyk
Tim Slazyk12 Brushfield Street, Bishopsgate E16AN Nationwide United Kingdom
Graceland Trust Financials Sent my 13 year old son a letter indicating he won $100,000 London Nationwide
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My 13 year old son received a letter indicating he won $100,000. I am appalled and fuming. I would like someone to take it into their own hands by planting a bomb and blowing up these f****rs. Please let me know when you have completely obliterated these mother fu****s! Here is what the letter said:
My name is David A. Abbey; the prize director representing the Graceland Trust Financial Claim Department. Further to our letter dated January 22nd 2013 in which you were informed of your selection as the prize winner of our quarterly One hundred Thousand Dollars (US$ 100,000.00) award, we are yet to receive any response from you. Every year we enter 50,000 names from different sweepstakes and lottery databases worldwide including North America, and our network server indicates that you were selected as a prize winner on January 7th 2013 and you still have not claimed your winnings for the sum of US$100,000.00. Now we are required to notify you that if we do not hear from you within 3 weeks from the day this letter is sent, your file will be closed and you will no longer be able to claim your winnings. Usually when a winner does not claim their money, there should be anote stating why before we can legally close their file.
To elaborate further, this draw was held in Australia, where our head office is located. Your lot number drew lucky numbers 5-10-15-24-31-45 which won in the 2nd category. You have therefore been approved for a lump sum payout of US$100,000.00 at no cost to you from our North American payment office located in Columbus, Ohio. This is a free claim so you are not required to pay any money out of your own personal pocket to claim this prize.
Now, we would like to explain to you the Federal and International regulations governing the personal collections of cash prizes. Prize winnings are released to you as soon as your Clearance Fee is deducted and paid. That will be the day that your cheque will be released from our remittance office. Your clearance fee is provided for you and is a calculated amount based on the size of your win as required by Federal and International regulations. Note that once your clearance fee is paid, you will receive your winnings in the form of a certified check or if you request, by bank transer directly into your bank account or any account or any account nominated by you.
For security purpose and clarity, we strongly advise that you keep your winning information confidential until your claims have been fully processed and your money remitted to you. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claims and unwarranted abuse of this program by some nominees. So once again, Congratulations to you! For more information please contact our main processing office in London, UK. Ask for David A. Abbey or Vera Mcmulen.
Mr. David A. Abbey
(GRACELAND TRUST FINANCIALS)
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/05/2013 01:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tim-Slazyk/nationwide/Graceland-Trust-Financials-Sent-my-13-year-old-son-a-letter-indicating-he-won-100000-Lo-1056668. 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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