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Report: #227490

Complaint Review: Intercontinental Lottery Sa. - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: houma Louisiana
  • Intercontinental Lottery Sa. #265 Ferigran Street,pretoria East,pretoria,0002, South Africa Nationwide U.S.A.

Intercontinental Lottery Sa. the company sent me an email telling me i was picked from websites i visited Pretoria south africa

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i was sent an email saying i was selected through a computer ballot system.tey say i qualified from viiting several websites they are running electronic business promotions for.

telling me i won a lump sum of 1,500,000.00.therefore winnings should be claimed through there paying agents(INL FINANCE LIMITED).

they said due to mix up that may arise from emails and # please keep this strickly from the public notice untill claim has been processed and your money has been remitted

they said this was there security protocol to avoid double claiming.

they also say that any breach in confidentiality will result in disqualification.

Penny
houma, Louisiana
U.S.A.

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