Report: #416110

Complaint Review: Primus Financial Claim Services, Reader's Digest - Houston Texas

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  • Reported By: Scottsdale Arizona
  • Primus Financial Claim Services, Reader's Digest 525 North Belt, Ste 172, Houston, Texas U.S.A.

Primus Financial Claim Services, Reader's Digest Stated I was the 3rd Grand Prize Winner of 100,000.00 Sent large check for clearance/processinf fee. Canada Postmark, Houston Texas

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Received letter from Primus Financial Claim Service, telling me that my status has been verified and confirmed as the 3rd Grand Prize Winner for the Reader's Digest Sweepstakes, and that my total winnings are $100,000.
They gave me a reference number and a check for over $3,000.00 to cover clearence/processing fee. The check is in my name, so I'm sure they mean for me to deposit it and write them a check. That is how they get your bank information. I wish for once their would be something for real. We are all hurting in these times now, but the Con Artist still get rich.

Scottsdale, Arizona

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