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Received a mail notice that I have been entered as a winner of 3000000.oo but they want 12.99 as a fee or it will be void . Is this a scam

This particular letter has no e mail or .com all it says isJudges distribution center with a po box in Kansas city Mo. I have been receiving mail from publishers clearing house and responding but they never have asked for money and i don't see their name anywhere on this. Is this a scam

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