|American Seepstakes Publishers|
|American Seepstakes Publishers Cash Transfer AwardII Winners,Distribution Claim Allowance (AKA's WAYZ),Angela Summers Psychic Reader, They have stated |
|26th of Mar, 2011 by User348154 |
|I recieved a letter saying As an independent research monitoring agency,we are pleased to inform you that we have identified over $1,000,000.00**One Million Dollers**in pending unpaid cash award opportunities, as recorded in the most recent documentation,that are now CONFIRMED and GARANTEED to you on your reply.A sample listing of previously documented Award is above. Please note that your name appears confirming that you will have access to over 20 different Sweestakes totaling at least $1,000,000.00 that sponsors are bound by law to pay in full to all winners. Please keep the top section of this document in a secure location. It has my name and it says,now that you have been a ) IDENTIFIED;b)CONFIRMED; and c) NOTIFIED; you are d) GARANTEED full access to $1,000,000.00 cash opportunity Report referenced and recorded on this document, provided you respond and return the Document Release Form below at ounce. My name, I urge you to complete and return the Document Release below immediately. We cannot be responsible for the loss of any portion of this $1,000,000.00 opportunity if you fail to respond in time. Congratulations, I look forward to personally processing your account. Sincerely Michael Washington. And I haven't recieved a dime as of yet Ronnie Vivian La scam Report.|
|Don't feel bad, my brother has fallen victim to the very same scam and just like you, felt that the sweepstake was legit. It's sad that people have nothing better to do than sit around and feel how they are going to con people out of what little money they do have. The best advice I can give to you is to just disregaurd any further correspondence that you receive from them and be lucky that you hopefully weren't out of any money to these people!!!|
|i too were anther victim of this scam;(it makes me angry that these low life people want what little i have.& if i had won $1, 000, 000.00 why do they need me too send $30 every time i get these damn letters.And also why are the authorities not involved at all??|
|the same letter i received from them. Why can't the law catch them?|
|DAP (DISTRIBUTION CLAIM ALLOWANCE), 7154 N UNIVERSITY DR. #66 TAMARAC, FL 33321-2916, sent me a notice "Certifying Rights to Claim $1, 750, 233.99" do you believe this? And then they want me to send them $20.00 precedence fee payable to DAP 934 N University Dr #33, Coral Springs, FL 33071. I wonder how many people have feel for this scam. At least they could leave a phone number so I could call and let them know my IRS info. I'm sure the IRS will want to know about these winnings. And why would it cost me $20.00 to win the money. I really don't understand what a "precedence fee" could be. Obviously not written in American language. Very low life scammers want my $20.00 no later than 10 days. I would sure like to give them something other than my $20.00. BASTARDS.|
|thanks for posting about the scams u encountered they tried to get me too im so glad i had enough sense to check the internet first before i sent my 20 bucks DAP can suck it|
|florida, canada. austraila, kansas..new york...seems to be the hot spots for these scam senders, , they even called me from jamaica and wanted me to send hundreds of dollars, , , the sad part is, , a lot of elderly folks fall for it...|
|i too was sent a letter claiming i won $1, 750, 233.00 from DAP and I had to send $30 to claim my prize. Luckily I checked it out on the internet first and came across the forms here. THank you to everyone who wrote about the warning of the scam. Hopefully people dont fall for this crap !|
|I have also received the same letter, and what caught my eye was, it said that I could send cash as well as|
check or money order. Well if it was legit, usually they say .. do not send cash. I did not fall for their scam.
I received two letters like that in the mail today, but from two different places. One was from New York, the
other from Coral Springs, Fla.
|I too recived a leter and i did send 20.00 to them and now they flud my mail box wiyh the same letters.|
|These mongrels have gotten into Australian mail addresses too. This type of scam always asks for a "processing fee", If you respond, suggest they deduct their small fee from your massive winnings. You then hear no more from them. Tassie Ted.|
|I recieved the same letter, and many more just like it but from diferent so called prizes . Seems to me ever sense I started using the enternet they are coming out the woodwork. They call me on the phone, they are in my email, and they send me letters, Something needs done about them.Think of the people who have fallen for it and sent the $20.00. Fed up Kentucky Teresa|
|Thanks guys they tried to scam me to. |
I'm in Australia and I new it was to good to be true.. So I looked it up on the internet and found this site. I got the exact letter as everyone else. BLOODY SCAMMERS!
Luckly for me I did not lose my money thanks to this site
|thank you for this site. i can see how people could fall for this scam. the latters i received looked very offical. i received three letters. all three had different amounts of winnings, and different precedence fees. what a joke that they are getting away with this and nothing is done about it. by julia|
|Yes I've just received a letter stating I have a large sum of money coming my way provided I pay the $30 precedence fee. I sent the form back in the reply envelope with big capital letters F.U.C.K.W.I.T.S. I just thought that once they see their letter return in the mail, they might get excited thinking they have just scammed someone else out of 30 bucks, how dissappointed they'll be to see they've only received shit back, by the way I put some dirty tissues in there as well. It may cost me a dollar or two for the stamp, but I think it would be worth it, just to see their faces once they've opened the letter, imagine if thousands of other people did the same too. Wouldn't that be funny lol.|
|I have received numerous letters in the past two weeks from these guys and have just thrown it all in the bin. Today Ireceived a FINAL direct contact attempt stating I was eligible for all funds now not just $15k or $20k but $1, 750, 233.09 and to send a $30.00 precedence fee. That would be just nice at the moment but like you guys before me I checked the internet and will not be sending a cent to them just returning the letter with "SCAM" written all over it.|
|Got same letter in mail today - same winning amount $1, 750, 233.99 (& don't forget the 99 cents lol) - same location (934 N University Drive Florida) - same $30 AUD precedence fee. What's a 'precedence fee' term not used in Australia (poor english!).|
First people have to realise you get nothing for nothing!!!
I never entered any lottery in Florida so can't possibly be eligible to win money - simple.
If you clearly read the contents you will pick-up that it has been written by person/s for who/whom english is a second language.
For a start what does 'prusuant' mean? there is no such word. Have heard of 'pursuant' derived from 'pursue' meaning - 'proceeding from and comfortable to; accordingly, consequently'.
Can't construct a sentence properly & wrong captialisation of director. Here is example, the passage 'Our Director then issued and finalised statement on your behalf as quoted.' Maybe they mean 'this' statement! & as the Director has no name so shouldn't be capitalised!!! Morons!!!
Also, if you read the meaningless jargon on the back page they have 'stuffed up' again! Line 4 - here's the passage ; 'Nor does it represent or HAS any affiliations with any government agency or institution??? Maybe they meant 'have' ! (wrong time in grammer)
Also the document presentation is more like an advertising flyer not a legal document - gaudy & unprofessional! Looks Asian to me!
How anyone could get trapped by these obvious scammers amazes me
|Well Scammers have got me twice, but not any more thanks to sites like this, god I wished I had found them a little sooner .the last so called girl got me for $12000. Clive Australia.|
|I live in Australia, today Tuesday the 15th of November 2011, received my fifth scam winnings letter this time from a different mobster with my false internet name on it advising me of a win of $1, 750, 233, 99c from the Distribution Claim Allowance.The letter is mainly yellow in colour with a green border.They are giving me ten days to respond and asking for a $30.00 fee.The Address on this one seems very real as it probably is, afterall they must collect their payment, DAP. 934 N UNIVERSITY DR #332 . CORAL SPRINGS, FL 33071. It amazes me that the authorauties can not catch these scammers given they have addresses to check.Surely they can wait for someone to show up collecting these payments.Anyhoo I just feel sorry for the old people that are not aware of these scams and don't use pc's to check up on scams.|
|I too received same letter from DAP, Coral Springs, Fla, stating to send them, $20.00 by check, cash or money order. I was sooooo tempted to send the money, but showed letter to my husband who advised me that this was a scam... But I am soo gullible, but luckily I went on the internet, and found this scam listing.. Thanks P.S.|
|hello my name is cecelia carter the director of processing dap had mail me a letter saying i have unclaimed money of $1, 750, 233.99 tag 10487-00 and my id they said was8008784 well when i got on my computer i look it up and i seen a lot of people complaint about that i had sent money out before and never got anything from them so i know now what to do thats not right to do people like that they need to be sue for that times is hard now i have a lot of kids to take care of i have 3 kids with me now and my other kids are grown now all i can say they need to be sue for that and they need to pay people back they money and hoping they get caught.|
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