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I was told I was a 3ed place winner in the Mega Lottery drawing and to send funds for the 'clearance' etc. charges. I was in contact with the man who called me on a daily basis, then another man called to say the 1st one was my manager, but that the new one was taking over and I still had to pay for more 'documents'. I ended up talking to at least 3 people and never got the 'documents' I paid for etc. Is there anyone I can TRUST to help me get back the funds I've paid for all the 'documents' I never received? I have the names and numbers of the men I talked to who were supposedly in charge of my 'winnings' and all claim to be 'honest' etc. while calling the 'other' ones replaced by the current caller etc. Is there ANYONE who is the REAL 'official' in charge or all they ALL PHONIES? One even called in the middle of the night to have me be sure the bank would be open so he could take/follow me to my bank where I would cash the check and give him his 'commission' etc. It seems to be a major 'scam' when all I get is the run-around with requests for more and more funds for various 'documents' that I never see! Who is 'in charge' and where can I report the people I talked to and send their phone numbers and addresses to where I sent the funds for the never-received documents and payments. Thank you! They all seemed to know about each other and 'work' for the Mega Lottery 'company'. H B Haspell - 714-639-6633 Should I contact the FBI or do you have a specific 'department' that handles fraudulent 'transactions' such as the one I seem to have been a victim of?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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change your password immediately, contact facebook support, this has been a common occurence with many facebook users, either from using a bad app or just getting unlucky. P.S please don't use other people's real names on the fixya forums, this is a public zone!
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Beware! Its a scam. Do NOT give out any personal information. If you do, they (the senders) will probably ask you to deposit a small fee so they can send you the prize money. After receiving your cash they will move away!
Just send this email to your spam folder.
Just for your information, I also received one of these.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
This is a scam. Do not reply to it. If you reply, they will ask for your banking info to "deposit " your prize , or credit card info, and you will get your account cleaned out! Congrats for not responding to them immediately!
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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You should be contacting facebook about this. Not Fixya. We can't help you with Facebooks billing / credit card issues.
this is just a general help website, we can't help you with your credit card problem.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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