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Report: #539608

Complaint Review: Reader's Digest Inc. , Ben Hainsworth, Reader's Digest Sweepstakes - paradise New Foundland

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  • Reported By: the r — seagrove North Carolina United States of America
  • Reader's Digest Inc. , Ben Hainsworth, Reader's Digest Sweepstakes 3500 top sail rd paradise, New Foundland United States of America

Reader's Digest Inc. , Ben Hainsworth, Reader's Digest Sweepstakes ben hainsworth sent check for $4500.00,said total prize $875,000 once i deposit the check paradise, New Foundland

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was sent a check in the mail for 4500.00 dollars saying i have won the readers digest lotto/powerball for 875,000.00 dollars. had a contact and a ref.# they wanted me to deposit my check and then call to arrange for someone to bring the big prize, use my account to pay taxes for the big prize. one of the names was ben hainsworth phone number was 909-532-5925. watch out for these jerks!

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