• Report: #1032847
Complaint Review:

Windsor-Morgan And Parker & UBI Payment Services

  • Submitted: Wed, October 29, 2008
  • Updated: Wed, November 05, 2008

  • Reported By:OAKLAND California
Windsor-Morgan And Parker & UBI Payment Services

Windsor-Morgan And Parker & UBI Payment Services $5000 CONTEST SCAM ROBINA TOWNROBINA TOWN CENTER Queensland Australia

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I received a letter from them requesting that I return the math puzzle with the Release Form along with my signature. Same as the other reports posted on this internet. The letter was sent from Singapore but the form is to be sent to Australia. Looks like they are sending out mass contest letters of this nature around this season. Beware as you are not the only one!

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This was on the news:

AUTHOR: Silkybody82 - (U.S.A.)

from: http://www.gainesvilleregister.com/local/local_story_152162000.html

Junk mail scam targets Cooke County residents
Staff report

Another junk mail scam has hit Cooke County though it is by no means an uncommon occurrence.

A letter from Australia claiming to be from Windsor-Morgan & Parker research and opinion polling is what the Better Business Bureau classifies as a targeted junk mail job.

The letter has a One Million Dollar Award Attitude Survey attached which, if returned, would be entered into a $500 drawing.

The survey asks the respondent a series of simply-worded questions such as Would you like to be awarded one million dollars? Would you be prepared to pledge 10% to charity? and Are you content in your current occupation?

Strangely, the survey asks the respondent if he/she would be willing to submit to a DNA test. Not surprisingly, the survey asks if the respondent is willing to keep your good fortune a secret.

It doesn't ask the respondent to send in a Social Security number or anything more personal than a birthday, so it's not directly identity theft. But what happens if someone does respond?

I'm afraid she's going to get a tremendous amount of junk mail, said Better Business Bureau President Jim Winsett in an interview with a WTVC-TV, Channel 9, news reporter in June 2006.

Whether or not other, related scams are attempts at identity theft could not be confirmed.

To search whether or not an offer or informational survey is from a legitimate company in the U.S., visit http://search.bbb.org.

The Better Business Bureau suggests not sending information to unknown companies outside the U.S. as it is difficult for law enforcement to protect consumers across national boundaries.

For more information on other questionable offers, contact the Dallas Better Business Bureau at 1(214) 220-2000 or by e-mail at info@dallas.bbb.org.
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