Publishers Clearing House
Complaint 19865 Details

  • Date Occurred: 09/09/2011
  • Reported Damages: $0.00
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The complaint is against an online dating profile

The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity

The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity

The company or person contact no longer exists

International boundaries

By phone: "Congratulation, you came in second in the PCH Sweepstakes and won $850,000." The caller identified herself as Marion Carter, and said, Please call 1-876-878-7104 to get the details how you can get your money...today.I Called and spoke to David Sawyer and got the details how to collect $50,000.00 today from the Bank of America. I was to go to Western Union and send the P&H charge of $289.16 for a claim form to Grace Brown at 101 Port Washington, Kingston, J.A.W.I.
After I paid the $289.16, for the claim document, then i should call David Sawyer at 1-876-575-6421 and go to the Bank of America to claim my prize. He said that because of the amount of money involved, The B of A will only give you $50,000.00 today.
I didn't cost me any money and I was going to see how far I could go along with the scam before the $289.16 was required, But quit and instead investigated through the PCH site and wrote this memoir.

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  • Complaint Against Publishers Clearing House
  • Complaints Filed: 408
  • Reported Damages: $61,204,227.64
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