Report: #585440

Complaint Review: Phoenix Financial Trust

  • Submitted: Thu, March 25, 2010
  • Updated: Thu, March 25, 2010
  • Reported By: Jose — River Grove Illinois United States of America
  • Phoenix Financial Trust
    Sheppard Bld, New York, NY, 14162
    Rugby, North Dakota
    United States of America

Phoenix Financial Trust Merchants Bank, Dan Horton claiming I have won a EURO-Lotto as a category "C" Mega Lotto, Category "C" WInner, Annual Unaclaimed Winning , Sally A. Walter Rugby North Dakota

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This is to report Phoenix Financial Trust as a Fradulant entity trying to withdraw money of individuals account by falsing stating that one has won a lottery and the funds have been unclaimed.  A check is sent for you to deposit on your bank account to pay for th etaxes associated on these winnings and this is how they gain access to your banking information.


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