Report: #251287

Complaint Review: FreeLotto.COM - New York New York

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  • Reported By: CRONULLA Other
  • FreeLotto.COM PlasmaNet Inc. PO Box 4562, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163. New York, New York U.S.A.

FreeLotto.COM Spam me with this bogus offer of Million $ + New York New York

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Hi , for the last couple of weeks i have had increasing numbers of email marked more and more urgent from this mob already well documented on this site as being rip off merchants , They obviously are still at this reprehensible game of ripping off the poor and unwary by telling them they have only got 2 register 4 so much per month and they have already won over $1m which is ready 4 collection .
Dont u guys have a FBI or something that can get this mob closed down ?
Just another brick in the wall
MD , Sydney , Australia


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