Report: #243398

Complaint Review: Plasmanet - freelotto Company

  • Submitted: Tue, April 10, 2007
  • Updated: Sun, April 22, 2007
  • Reported By: Langley British Columbia
  • Plasmanet - freelotto Company
    Free Lotto .com
    New York, New York
    U.S.A.
  • Phone: 212-931-6760
  • Web:
  • Category: Lottery

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Hi! I am Crystal! I started to get emails stating that I had won $10,000,000 plus dollars. So obviously I was curious and it seemed real, there were names of other winners and the name free lotto, leads one to believe that you could actually win. I tried for hours to figure out how to claim my new found money and figure out what a Tsn # was and every attempt failed.

All my questions were automated answers with no reslove. then they claimed I had won $1,000,000 dollars plus 300.00 dollars now. Not to sound stupid but until I looked into lottery scams I was going to use my mothers credit card to claim my money which never excisted. How can these people be held accountable. I have all the emails except for a few non valid ones to show there correspondence, and actually I never ever signed up for anything. I guess it is stupid to believe but one always hopes it could be there lucky day. Can I do anything about these naughty people?

Crystal
Langley, British Columbia
Canada
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#1 Consumer Comment

Learn to Read the Fine print.

AUTHOR: Kelly - (U.S.A.)

You haven't won. What you're looking at is an ADVERTISEMENT for their pay FAST SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE. Notice where it says "These are prizes you could be eligible to win as a Fast Subscriber". That just means it's a FAKE sample advertisement, just like Publisher Clearing Houses "You could already be a winner" claims.

If you actually win something it will be at the bottom of the email where it shows the numbers you picked and will say "3/6 - $1 Winner" or something to that extent. READ MORE CAREFUL next time. Notice
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#2 Consumer Comment

Learn to Read the Fine print.

AUTHOR: Kelly - (U.S.A.)

You haven't won. What you're looking at is an ADVERTISEMENT for their pay FAST SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE. Notice where it says "These are prizes you could be eligible to win as a Fast Subscriber". That just means it's a FAKE sample advertisement, just like Publisher Clearing Houses "You could already be a winner" claims.

If you actually win something it will be at the bottom of the email where it shows the numbers you picked and will say "3/6 - $1 Winner" or something to that extent. READ MORE CAREFUL next time. Notice
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#3 Consumer Comment

Learn to Read the Fine print.

AUTHOR: Kelly - (U.S.A.)

You haven't won. What you're looking at is an ADVERTISEMENT for their pay FAST SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE. Notice where it says "These are prizes you could be eligible to win as a Fast Subscriber". That just means it's a FAKE sample advertisement, just like Publisher Clearing Houses "You could already be a winner" claims.

If you actually win something it will be at the bottom of the email where it shows the numbers you picked and will say "3/6 - $1 Winner" or something to that extent. READ MORE CAREFUL next time. Notice
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#4 Consumer Comment

Learn to Read the Fine print.

AUTHOR: Kelly - (U.S.A.)

You haven't won. What you're looking at is an ADVERTISEMENT for their pay FAST SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE. Notice where it says "These are prizes you could be eligible to win as a Fast Subscriber". That just means it's a FAKE sample advertisement, just like Publisher Clearing Houses "You could already be a winner" claims.

If you actually win something it will be at the bottom of the email where it shows the numbers you picked and will say "3/6 - $1 Winner" or something to that extent. READ MORE CAREFUL next time. Notice
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