I was very skeptical from the beginning and I guess that is how I didn't lose my money. I received a letter in the mail telling me that I won $125,710.00. I also received a check that was going to cover the clearance fees. I called Tony Davis and she told me that I needed to deposit the check into my account. She told me to call her back when the check cleared because I would be sending that money to cover the fees. She told me that once the check cleared they would send me the check $125,710.00 via UPS or DHL.
My husband and I were very unsure about the whole thing. A red flag went up when we saw a statement in the letter that told us that they strongly advise us to keep this award highly confidential. What I did was I went to a local bank and opened a checking account by depositing the check into the account. By doing this I was making sure that if this was a bogus check, it would not interfere with any money from my account. I am so thankful to God that I did what I did. A few days later the bank sent me a letter telling me that the check was counterfeit. They charged me a $10.00 return check fee. I was not upset at all. That was nothing compared to $2,999.55 that I would have lost if I would have put this check into my existing account.
I called Tony Davis and told her that the check had bounced and that it was counterfeit. She told me to tell the bank to call her. I told her that they would not do that. She then told me that she would put a stop payment on that check and send me another check in the mail. She told me that she would call me back in an hour after she sent out the check. This woman is such a scam artist. I am just currently waiting to see if she sents another check in the mail. I'm not sure if she knows that I know what she is doing. I guess it is hard to catch someone like her because she is doing this in Canada. I wish there was something else that I could do to stop this. I can only hope that she doesn't really get someone for their hard earned money.
Bronx, New York