• Report: #907063

Complaint Review: The Sweepstakes Audit Bureau

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  • Submitted: Thu, July 05, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, July 05, 2012

  • Reported By: Lorraine Clarke — Pooler Georgia United States of America
The Sweepstakes Audit Bureau
PO Box 549012 Dallas, Texas United States of America

The Sweepstakes Audit Bureau I was notified I had won $285,000. To claim my prize I was told I had to send in $1,500. I informed them I was on disability and couldn't afford that. They called back to say I would only have to p This is a toal ripoff. They hang up whenever you ask a question. Extremely rude. Said they were Calling from New York City. Dallas, Texas

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The Sweepstakes Audit Bureau notified me I had won $285,000.  To claim my prize, I had to pay $15000.  I explained I was on disability and couldn't afford that.  They called back and said I only had to pay $700 to claim my prize.  I couldn't inform that either.  They said they would call back with other options.  They didn't call back.  When I called back, I had to leave numerous messages to call back.  When they did call back, they said if I didn't pay the $750, they would return the money to the pool, and I would not receive.  When I asked why I had to pay anything to receive monies I had won, they hung up.  When I called back they were unreachable.  When I finally managed to conntect with the agent, he repeated that I had to pay $750 to pay for insuring sending the check.  When I again questioned why I had to pay anything, they again hung up and were unreachable after numerous attempts to connect.  Finally another person called me back, a Mr. Jack McCarthy, who was very rude, told me that the $700 was a federal requirement,  He suggested I call Mr. Michael Scott in the delivery dept.  Again I as disconnected and did not receive a call back from Mr. McCarthy until many attempts to reach him.  He said his company had blackout problems with their phones.  I do not believe this, as all disconnects occurred when I asked questions.  Mr. McCarthy was very rude, and said he was putting my winnings back in the pool, despite the fact that I did not say I was not going to pay and hung up on me.  I will be calling my State Attorney General and the FBI fraud department.  I will also try to contact Mr. Scott.  This is entirely a rip off.  I kept notes of our conversations.

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/05/2012 09:51 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Sweepstakes-Audit-Bureau/Dallas-Texas-549012/The-Sweepstakes-Audit-Bureau-I-was-notified-I-had-won-285000-To-claim-my-prize-I-was-t-907063. 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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