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Complaint Review: trustnet a Financial Express company - Arlington, Ashville, Toronto Texas, North Carolina, ON Canada

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  • trustnet a Financial Express company 4333 CHARLES DRIVE, ARLINGTON, TX Arlington, Ashville, Toronto, Texas, North Carolina, ON Canada United States

trustnet a Financial Express company Charles Lou - Received a letter stating I am a winner in the "NORTH AMERICA CONSUMER PROMOTION DRAW" with check enclosed Arlington, Ashville, Toronto Texas, North Carolina, Ontario Canada

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Receiveed a letter with claim number TDK-06-14-118.  RE:  AWARD CLAIM NOTIFICATION

You are entitled to the sum of  US $49,260.00.  CONGRATULATIONS!!

Your winning is payable to you by CERTIFIED CHECK, and will be delivered to you by a courier company (FedEx or UPS).  You are therefore advised to contact YOUR CLAIM AGENT:

Charles Lou on 1-877-902-5729

Monday through Fridays ....8am...To....6pm, (Central Standard Time), for further instructions on how to claim your big winnings.

We have enclosed a check of US $985.20 Per your State regulations, a tax amount of $800.00 will be required before your lump sum winning can be sent to you.


Do not act on this letter until you speak with your claims agent

 W. Hunter

(unreadable signature here that looks nothing like W. Hunter)

Vice President Finance

Logos across bottom of page for Wal-Mart, Visa, Mastercard, Target, Home Depot, American Express, TJ Maxx and 7-11.

the whole page is a simple plain white sheet of copy paper and all detail on the page including the logos at the bottom are in black ink only and as if the printer was running out of ink.  Very faded and hard to read in some places.

check is writen on Bank of America.  It looks VERY real.  And I worked for a bank for 20 years.  There is no makers name or address on this check.  its a business size check with a red background.  Top Center of check says:  BANK OF AMERICA

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Bottom left corner says:  BANK OF AMERICA

                                     PAYABLE IF DESIRED AT:

                                     ALLBANK OF AMERICA BANKS   (and yes, there is no space between "all" and bank")  The letter discription above is exactly as the original sent to me.

The envelope it came in is plain white.  Again all printed in faded black ink with a "Canada Post/Postes Canada faded black ink stamp which also has in the stamp:  "Postage Paid Lettermail / Poste-lettres 3144992".   All I can make out of the return address is YORK (rest is covered with postage marks but looks like possibly: YORK ?? CENTRE,  adress: 2700 E (rest unreadable)  next line is: TORONTO ON M6M 1V (and one more digit, possibly a 7.  unsure)

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