Report: #1325987

Complaint Review: Consumer Protection Bureau - Washington DC Virginia

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  • Reported By: crand2003 — durham North Carolina USA
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  • Consumer Protection Bureau Washington DC, Virginia USA

Consumer Protection Bureau CPB called me to tell me I won the "Holiday Sweepstakes".prize of $625,000 thousand and all I need to do is send a registration fee of 1 percent which is $6250 Washington DC Virginia

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Consumer Protectoin Brureau call me and told me I won second place prize of $625000 in the Holiday Sweepstakes. They said I need to send a 1 percent registration fee and then they would send a person to personally hand me the check for 625000. I sent the certified check for $6250 and found out later is was a scam and there was no prize.   

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