Consumers Compensation Center

Consumers Compensation Center Mr. Randy Morrison 1-647-975-6489 Won Lottery of $50,500 and send – Received a letter in the mail with a check for $3,500. Claims I won a lottery for $50,500 and wants $2,500 to pay the IRS for taxes. When the check is scanned, the “VOID” shows up and the $3,500 check is invalid. They want you to send them the $2,500 for the IRS taxes but it goes directly to them. You call a number to verify your winnings and name and they tell you where to send the $2,500 to an agent for payment of the IRS taxes. They ask you if you want the balance of your money in a cashier’s check, money order, or direct deposit. They are just trying to get your bank account number.

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