As stated above I received a false notice of reward to my minor daughter claiming that she had been selected for a cash reward of 38,000 dollars through a random computer ballot system. There was a check made out to her for 3,700 dollars and the bank was First National Bank 729 W. 7th Street, Spearman TX 79081. The check number was625022. The numbers along the bottom of the check were "625022":111315794:68006123058965. The check was labeled "Official Check...In accordance with Texas Business and Commerce Code3.312, this item will not be replaced for 90 days from the date of purchase if lost, stolen or destroyed." The enveloped had a 93 cent canadian stamp on it. The letter was signed by "Lawrence Atkinson" The Letter said " Award Claim Final Notification...Sponsors; Readers Digest, Publishers Clearing:" It said "Please contact our claim agent Paul Martin or Nicole Wallace at 1-905-598-3471 for further clarification and instructions on claiming your winning immediately." Also, " To expedite the processing, enclosed is a check of 3,700 US dollars which has been deducted from your winning. You will be using some money on this first check to pay for the applicable Insurance process fee on your winning ($39,000.)" It claims that "there was a 2007 Sweepstakes Lottery held on November 30th, 2007 in the 2nd category. A ticket with serial numbers RSI 00411 attached to your name drew the lucky winning numbers 01-03-15-23-33-37-43." The claim number highlighted is "RFS/RSN-12015 and in accordance with our disbursement policy your proize award money has been forwarded to our clearing/disbursement institution to release your runds to you either by certified check or money order or wire transfer to your designated local bank account which you will provide." I have saved the letter, envelope, and check.