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Report: #882445

Complaint Review: Reader's Digest Sweepstakes Draw - New York New York

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  • Reported By: amc19 — Wellington Ohio United States of America
  • Reader's Digest Sweepstakes Draw 452 Brodway St. New York, New York United States of America

Reader's Digest Sweepstakes Draw My mom recieved a check in the mail for $3,612.19. and she had won $500,000. total in sweepstakes. New York, New York

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 My mom recieved a check in the mail for $3,612.19 , which was to be used for processing fees related to winning a lump sum of $500,000.From Geico General Insurance,who was holding the funds for The Reader's Digest sweepstakes draw.

I was suspicious, so I checked here on your site, and sure enough, other people had been scammed from the same place, so I knew not to respond to the letter.Other people would have cashed this check and in 5-7 days, would have been paying their bank back the funds.

Beware when you have to pay someone to get funds that they say you have won, or if they tell you to keep it confidential, it isn't on the up and up.

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