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Report: #344128

Complaint Review: United Access Inc. - Sioux Falls South Dakota

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  • Reported By: Carmel Valley California
  • United Access Inc. P.O. Box 100 Sioux Falls Sout Dakota Sioux Falls, South Dakota U.S.A.

United Access Inc. United Access send a $4890.- check that cleared the bank, but it is a scam. Sioux Falls South Dakota

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I received a letter stating I had won $250.000 inclosed was a check for $4890. Instructions to call, which I did, then was told to deposit the check and call back as soon as it cleared. I would then receive instructions on how to send a moneygram to pay tax.

I never thought the check would clear, but it did! Then I googled United Access, found out this is a scam. I went back to the bank and voided the transaction.

Still, for a second I believed... People do win money?!

Yes, but the never have to pay! I hope this is the end of it and that these people are stopped.

Andre
Carmel Valley, California
U.S.A.

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