Report: #343931

Complaint Review: Queen Elizabeth's Foundation - Hector Alvarez - Leatherhead,Surrey KT22 Obn Internet

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  • Reported By: Albuquerque New Mexico
  • Queen Elizabeth's Foundation - Hector Alvarez Woodlands Road Internet United Kingdom

Queen Elizabeth's Foundation - Hector Alvarez claims you won $500,000 in 30 year celebration. Then courier co. charges outragous fees to ship check. Then you never receive it. Leatherhead,Surrey KT22 Obn Internet

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Queen Elizabeth's Foundation informs you that you won $500,000 USD from them for their 30 year celebration. They ask for personal information and then tell you that your check is ready for delivery. The person who sends this info is Hector Alvarez.
Then you are to contact Tom Allason at Swift Courier Services LTD. When he gets back to you, he explains how they have to charge to insure the parcel and charge to secure it. The charges are $200 or more. I didn't send any money because I realized it was a scam.
Just wanted to let everyone know about this.

Leslie in new mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico

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