Report: #889094

Complaint Review: Capital Direct Lottery Sweepstakes - Las Vegas Nevada

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  • Reported By: Guy — Altamonte Springs Florida United States of America
  • Capital Direct Lottery Sweepstakes 5247 Las Vegas South Las Vegas, Nevada United States of America

Capital Direct Lottery Sweepstakes Roy Johnson I received a $3,965.66 check for taxes etc deducted from a $250,000.00 dollar lottery I supposedly won. Las Vegas, Nevada

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I researched Century 21 Depart. Stores shown on the check from HSBC BANK which looked official and could not associate it with any lottery program. I googled Capital Direct Lottery Sweepstakes and received numerous warnings this scam has been around for some time. These creeps need to be investigated by federal officials and confined in a prison to help consume their time. Is there any recommendations to dispose of the material I received?

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AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

POSTED: Monday, May 28, 2012
"  Is there any recommendations to dispose of the material I received?  "

   Shred it. Burn it, or just toss it in the trash.   These phony check scammers send out thousands of these a day.   Their hope is to get a gullible person to deposit the phony check and immediiately send them an untraceable cash transfer (via Western Union or Moneygram) before the bank finds out the check is phony (which can take up to 10 business days).  Most of these scams are based offshore, so there is virtually no chance of their getting caught. 
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