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Complaint Review: Plasmanet - freelotto - New York

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i received a notification stating I had won $1 000 000.00 in the Free Lotto draw. I have been trying unsuccessfully for a week to get a response as to how to claim my winnings without having them debit my credit card. NO RESPONSE!

Fortunately I came across this website just in time as I had considered putting my credit card details in this morning should I have not received a response from them. Judging by the amount of complaints and looking at the dates, these people have been scamming people for months and months. Surely there is a way to stop them taking innocent hard-working people's money for their own selfish gain?

Refat
rafah, New York
Israel

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#2 Consumer Comment

Even state lotteries can't be counted on!

AUTHOR: Juliet - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Saturday, June 09, 2007

In my 5-10-07 response, I mentioned that if you play a state lottery ticket, okay, you probably will get paid. About two weeks later came the infuriating instance of a man scratching a ticket that SEEMED to indicate he won $500,000 in Florida.

Well, can't figure out if anything's been resolved yet, but looks like a STATE LOTTERY can sure make you FEEL scammed!

The link to the story I read is: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/249579/winning_florida_lottery_ticket_a_misprint.html?cs=408934&prev=1#comment

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Peoples selfishness is why scammers flourish

AUTHOR: Juliet - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, May 10, 2007

Refat, the way to keep them from getting peoples money is for people to quit believing they will get something for nothing.

People want something without having given anything. They want to earn thousands of dollars without putting any energy, time or work into it. Human greed and selfishness feeds the scammers on a highly profitable basis every day.

Buying a state lottery ticket, okay, you will most likely be paid IF you win.

I am not endorsing buying lottery tickets, no way, but at least with the state, it's not likely a scam.

Anywhere else, ESPECIALLY on the internet!, ASSUME IT IS A SCAM.

To assume otherwise is to cheerfully donate to scam artists.

I know that people feel if they fill out 'surveys', and sign up for 30 day trials, and 'free' samples that cost $6.95 for 's&h', they feel they AREN'T asking for something for nothing. But they are. Those amounts are large to them, but wanting a laptop or an HDTV for signing up for services that probably amount to less than $200, in extreme examples, that IS wanting something for nothing.

People believing they can make thousands of dollars in income from the comfort of their home, via the computer while putting in 10 hours a week or less, etc. - as long as people REFUSE to accept the truth that nothing is free, and nothing worth having is easy - well, the scammers will flourish.

Stop believing in pie in the sky, and the scammers will be out of business. But I doubt that's going to happen.

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