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Report: #1261228

Complaint Review: American Leisure Group - Internet

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  • Reported By: Paporodz — Palm Coast Florida USA
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American Leisure Group Brent Davidson 1 888 528-8567 Received phone call on my cell telling me I won a vacation package worth $5000 Lake Mary Florida

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 Received phone call from 1 954 379-2885 informing me I had won a vacation package worth $5000 from an entry I had done with ALG. They asked for a voucher from my entry which I was supposed to have kept that contained a number that was to be my receipt. When I explained that I did not have it they asked me to go to my checkbook and give a check number that was to be my receipt. They asked me to fill out the check in the amount of $595 write void in the signature line and present it to the courier when the vacation package was delivered. When I refused to give him the transit number in my account , the person who had said to me his name was Brent Davidson immediately hung up.

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