|Apparently the National Awards Commission has skated by legally in what they are doing as they are at it again. I received the same little letter stating my chance of winning not 1 million... but 2 million. in lump sum or 30 annual payouts.|
While i do not play the lottery, and the only thing i ever bet on is the outcome of a movie plot, i did read through the entire letter as i found it a bit intriguing. The odd addition of $11.89 for the "Premium Offer Acquisition Fee" caught my attention as there was no further information about this "Premium Offer" ANYWHERE. And then in all the 'fine print' they drag some company called NextGen, Inc. into it. and who are they???
Who are the people who work for these guys? are they brainwashed or something? i mean really! Does the boss give such a good speil that they all put the entirety of their faith into bilking "the heathens" out of their money to distribute among 'the chosen'? This is akin to all the church scams. And the people who send in their money.. ? a million bucks is not going to make you any happier. If anything it will make you happy for a year and then you will be right back where you started and REALLY unhappy.
Changing is hard work.. a windfall of cash is not going to actually change anything for you. Since the legal system obviously can't nail these scammers.. start putting them out of business by putting your faith in yourself and getting a clue that loads of money is not some sparkling sea you get to sail off into. The boat is not coming. You, my dear, need to swim if you're gonna make it to shore.