Is Global International A Scam…Or Were You Smacked By Good Fortune?

Global International Scam

Thanks for stopping by to read my Global International Review

Last year in the US, over 70 billion dollars was spent on lottery tickets. An estimated 97 million people pouring their hard earned money into their hopes and dreams. We all have hopes and dreams, which is why companies like Global International Lottery and Sweepstakes prey upon them. Some might even call them a scam.

But are they really a scam? In this review I'm going to over who Global International is, what they do and of course, reveal some red flags to determine if they're legit or as many would suspect, a scam. 

Disclaimer:
Please note, I am not a member or an affiliate for Global International. This review has been researched with information and/or testimonials that are available online in the public domain. Any recommendations and/or conclusions are strictly opinions and may not to apply to, or agree with, all persons or situations. See full disclaimer for more info

What Is Global International?


As their name indicates, Global International is a lottery and sweepstakes company. Details are difficult to come by, which is reason enough to suspect they are a scam.

Some sources say they are located in Kingston, Jamaica… but I’m pretty sure they may be confusing Global International Lottery with Global Insight International, which is a company that has provided cultural travel exchanges and internships for 50 years.

The Global International we’re talking about is the Lottery and Sweepstakes one, which is registered in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Is Global International a Scam?

Global Internaional Scam

Based on complaints going back nearly a decade, in my opinion, Global International is about as shady as they come. I don’t typically accuse businesses of being a flat-out scam… but I see no evidence to suggest they are not. 

Let’s state the obvious first. What are the chances of winning a lottery that you didn’t even buy a ticket for?

Statistically speaking, you’re more likely  to be struck by lightning a couple hundred times, or even get killed by an asteroid, than you are to win the lottery (at least the big one). And that’s when you DO buy a ticket.

If you didn’t even play, and yet someone is contacting you about the jackpot you won… well, you’re probably thinking it’s a scam. Which is why you’re reading this review.

But it’s not fair to make assumptions, so I looked a little deeper into Global International so see what was going on here.

Global International Complaints


There are countless complaints about Global International, as well as legal inquiries  and documentation.

Scambook currently has 86 complaints registered, with nearly 5 million in unresolved damages.

Scambook Global International Lottery File

But if you keep digging you’ll find many more complaints on various forums, blogs, etc.

And each one has a similar story…

The victims and targets were contacted by email, snail mail, or by phone and told they had won a cash prize and luxury car… usually a Mercedes. The cash prize ranges anywhere between 500K and several million.

And this is where the scam comes in…

To collect their big windfall, they must pay a fee, usually within a set deadline of 10 days.

The fee can be anywhere from a $20 to $30 processing fee, up to thousands of dollars. These are charges for things such as,

  • Transfer fees
  • Duty
  • Storage Costs
  • Taxes
  • Administrative Expenses

Those who have made payments to Global International, of course… never see the prize, or their money again.

Some have received checks, but when they tried to cash them they were told the checks were either fake, or worse, stolen.  

I don't know about you, but I wouldn't want to be caught trying to case a stolen check.

But these claims are circumstantial, and although they're quite convincing, what about some hard evidence?

Global International – Las Vegas, Nevada – 2008

Las Vegas

Global Lottery and Sweepstakes was originally registered in 2008 at 303 Carson Ave Las Vegas, NV 89118.

2008 was also the year of the Great Recession. I don’t know if they started this prize-scam to take advantage of vulnerable people, or if 2008 is just a coincidence.

What I was really looking for, was their physical location. Most scams don’t have actual offices (at least not publicly), so I wanted to know more about 303 Carson Ave in Las Vegas.

It turns out, Global Lottery and Sweepstakes isn’t the only tenant here. You can also find Winners International Payout Services.

Global International and Winners International 303 Carson Ave Las Vegas

That’s not entirely unusual. Quite often similar businesses occupy the same building. If we continue with that logic, we can accept that another company, Mega Millions, is also a tenant.

Mega Millions 303 Carson Ave Las Vegas

All three of these businesses have a BIG problem however. The are all sharing an address that does NOT exist.

303 Carson St Las Vegas Is Not Valid Address

That should be enough to tell you that this is a scam, but if we continue to dig deeper we find more. According to a Federal Trade Commission action  against Global… Mega Millions and Winner International Payout are NOT THE ONLY names they are doing business as… or with…

The FTC action claims the defendants (of this particular action) against Global include…

  • Mail Tree Inc.
  • Michael McKay Co.
  • Spin Mail Inc.
  • MCP Marketing Activities LLC, also doing business as Magellan Mail and Magellan Marketing
  • Trans National Concepts Inc.
  • Romeria Global LLC, also d/b/a Lowenstein Varick and Nagel
  • Supreme Media LLC
  • Vernier Holdings Inc.
  • Awards Research Consultant LLC
  • Mailpro Americas Corp.
  • Masterpiece Marketing LLC, also d/b/a Affiliated Opportunities Group (AOG),
  • Corporate Accounting Authority (CAA),
  • Dispatch Notification Services (DNS),
  • Information Reporting Group (IRG),
  • National Directory Center (NDC), and
  • Priority Information Exchange (PIE)

I think it’s fair to say something isn’t quite right here. Other names they’ve been found to use are Gold Rush Sweepstakes and Global Winner International.

More Evidence and Red Flags


Some evidence, like the fake address, is plain to see…

Other times, we just need to look at indicators…

First, you can’t find an actual Global International website. What kind of million-dollar company in 2018 doesn’t have website?

At the very least they should have a social media presence.

Here’s their Facebook page…

Global International Sweepstakes and Lottery Facebook Page

That's one lonely Facebook Page. You'd think that a company known for giving away millions in cash and luxury cars would have quite the popular social media following…

Nope.

Finally, and this is just something I found more amusing than actual evidence of a scam.  The names they are using when contacting people would be comical, if their lies weren't so cruel.

One person said they were speaking with Bobby Axe at Global International. For viewers of the popular TV Show Billions, you’ll know that the main character’s name is Bobby Axelrod, and he is the owner of Axe Capital.

Later I was reading a complaint by another person who said they were dealing with Mr. Michael Winters. It may just be a coincidence, but the same actor who plays Bobby Axelrod on Billions (Damien Lewis) also played the part of Major Winters in the mini-series Band of Brothers.

Some other names that sounded fake to me were James Bronson, John Washington, and Harry King. I’m sure there are more if you keep looking. On their own, there’s nothing really strange here (although James Bronson sounds like a character from a Tom Clancy novel)… but a bunch of people with last names like Winters, Axe, Washington, and King…?

I’m not buying it. Of course I could also be wrong and just making crazy connections, so to be clear… all of this is just speculation. 

Final Thoughts


In my opinion, something is not right with Global International but I'll leave the final judgement up to you.

Maybe I'm just tired of all the scams, and I bet you are too.

Rarely does a day go by that I don’t get a phone call from some kind of scam. Here (Canada) it’s been the CRA or Canada Revenue Agency scam. They call constantly. I don't even pick my phone up anymore unless I recognize the call. 

That's the world we live in today. I mean, Global International has been around awhile now but they certainly don't help the situation. 

And then you have the countless online scams.

So what can we do in a world of extreme dishonesty and thievery (is that even a word) 😀 

A few tips to keep in mind…

  • Never pay for a prize. If you've won it… you’ve won it…
  • Don’t trust any business that uses email addresses from AOL, Gmail, Yahoo, etc.
  • Check if they have an online community (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.) Most companies do, and you can read what people are saying.
  • Do they have a website? Is there real contact information on it?
  • Confirm a physical address.

Some scams are obvious from the start, others pull you in slowly with legitimate offers, and then BAM! They hit you big once they’ve gained your trust. It never hurts to learn common strategies to avoid scams.

This prize-scam has been around since I was kid (70’s and 80’s), and it probably started long before that. Anything that’s been around for decades must work…  meaning people keep getting scammed and the scammers keep making money… so be diligent. 

And, if it's been around that long, it'll probably be here for many more years to come.

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I hope this review of Global International Lottery and Sweepstakes was helpful.

If you have any questions, comments or an experience with Global you’d like others to be aware of, please share in the comments section below.

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28 thoughts on “Is Global International A Scam…Or Were You Smacked By Good Fortune?”

  1. I got a call today from Richard Kennedy with Global International Lottery Company. I knew he was a scammer from the second he started talking. He told me I won first prize $7.8 million cashier’s check, $50,000 cash and a 2021 Mercedes-Benz. All he needed from me was a $999 processing fee. I’m on SSI and told him thats more than I get in a month. Well I kept him on the line for 25 minutes telling him why I couldn’t pay that amount in any way, shape or form. Bottim line, he’s going to call me back tomorrow to ask if I have a solution. I blocked his number lol.

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  2. Yep I keep getting calls from a John Butterfield saying I won 8, 500,000.00 at # 845-584-5548 fony baloney call and that you have 95 days to claim

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  3. I have been contacted today, first a call that was so broken up I could not understand him and hung up. He texted me in less than 10 minutes that Global International had a check for 800,000$ I had won and need information as to how to deliver it, name of bank and address etc. I replied that I had several bank accounts but he was not going to get any banking info from me. He replied which bank did I want the zero cost bank to bank transfer. I replied where I banked was none of his business. He replied that would be ok they could just deliver it person to person. I replied where was the money now, in what form, cashiers check or other. He replied where did I live. I said I wanted my other questions answered first and exactly when this person to person delivery was going to happen?? He replied he could arrange for the person to hand deliver the cashiers check Monday. He also asked why I was wanting so much delivery information. I replied because I was going to meet this delivery person along with a police escort, to protect me with so much money. I said you know there are a lot of crooks and scammers out there and I did not feel safe taking that much money and the police said they would either escort me or I could ride with them to my bank.

    His name -aka Mike Nelson

    Hey there Calvin it's Mike Nelson I just contacted you however, you had trouble hearing what I was saying.

    This was his first text from phone number- 423-444-8162

    Since I refused to provide any personal info, address, bank name, rtg and account number that later said after I said no banking info, not even bank name, then he came back with person to person.
    He has not replied since I said we would meet at Starbucks close to my and have a police escort
    Calvin Alldredge web site -my IP provider is art and I googled the Global int company and got you. I have been scammed twice and really learned my lesson. Since then, about two years ago I get at least 4-7 calls week saying I has won big, 1.-25 million and usually a merc they all had a reason that they had to pay this or that to the sum of 300$-4,000$ and 90% claim to be representing PCH- publisheroclearing house, my wife plays their no cost games- Sloto cash- slots for hours every day. She is very close to the top of 4 million players and we have both called PCH and again and again they assure me they do not call, they do not advertise winners unless the winners agree. They never charge a penny. You have the responsibility to claim it as income and you do pay The IRS taxes, period. You sigh some legal documents and get a copy of the 1099 that they immediately send to the IRS.

    I also get lots of calls per week from ALA social security with some stupid officer or agent claiming my Ss number had been found in a rental card using my SS number and there were lots of drugs found and my SS check was going to be stopped that day, however for a fee -300-1,200$ they could take care of my problem. I let them go for a while and then ask them for their ID and Badge number and a phone number. They almost always hang up when I ask if not I said I am a retired federal agent and I had all I needed including their IP address, then they hang up. Same thing with owing the IRS money. Just remember one simple rule. Neither the IRS nor the Social Security department will never call you and say anything personal or ask for anything personal nor say they have a warrant for my arrest. If either had a warrant they would sere it not announce it. Lastly this scam about government grants. You go thru 3 people as they train you what to say to the real grants department, but you have lie about you DOB, education, when and where you went to school and tell you why you want the money and you get it for free.All BS. There are others

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    • Thanks for sharing Calvin, I get a similar number of scam calls. I don’t even answer my phone anymore unless I recognize the number. Nine times out of a ten it’s a scam or a telemarketer. It must be effective because scammers have been doing it for years and the scams get increasingly complex. They have entire call centers and there are YT videos of “cash mules” getting caught intercepting couriers at business addresses to collect packages sent by people who think they’re making legitimate payments. Education and awareness are the best deterrents, so thanks again for sharing your story 🙂

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  4. This guy called me 1/1/2021. He thinks his getting close to getting money. (not) This is the 3rd time in 2 years he has tried this on me. I have been messing with his head for 2 months. He first said he had a banker to handle the pay off. It was suppose to be a women named Mary but it was the guy trying to sound like a women. (BAD) When i asked why he was hiding his phone number on caller ID he said he wasn't aware of it and changed the subject. Every time I would ask him a question he would blow it off and and start on something else.
    He sent me 2 letters like below, one for me and wanted me to send the 2nd one to Red Deer AB Canada.(which I didn't) It took him 20 minutes to find the address and another 15 minutes to find a return address which was Las Vegas, (I wouldn't put my name or address on it)

    Global International
    Payout & Processing Services Inc.

    To:
    From: Oj Brown • Claims Executive: 18765703507
    CC; Mark Elliot Zuckerberg. CEO Executive:
    Date: Feb 01, 2021
    Re: Manufacturers Global Promotion Official Rules
    Please ensure the below correspondence is read in its entirety.

    Following official publication of results for the International Gaming Commission organized by The Consortium of Manufacturers, The Winners International, and The Global International Company Ltd wherein you of as one of the lucky winners in the 2nd category, and therefore attracted a cash award payout of Nine Million and Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($9,500,000.00) and a 2020 Mercedes Benz C 400 Series (as an Added Bonus).

    We write to officially notify you of this award, and to advise you to contact ourclaims and processing office immediately upon receipt of this notification for more information concerning the verification processing and eventual payment of the above prize to you.

    How you were entered: Any eligible individual, who purchases any qualifying branded product affiliated withThe Consortium of Manufacturers using their credit card debit card Atm card or check book as a medium of payment, is automatically qualified to be randomly selected to enter our monthly raffle for a chance to win one of the following prizes:

    Platinum – Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000.00)
    Gold – Two Million and Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000.00)
    Silver – Eight Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($850,000.00)

    We are proud to say that over 30 Million Dollars are won monthly in more than 150 countries worldwide.

    The odds of winning aredependent upon the number of individuals that are randomly selected for entry in any given month.

    Only one (1) entry per person per raffle. Only one (1) entry per household per raffle. Limit one prize per individual/household per 365 days. Designated entrant must be 18 years or older and a legal resident of Canada or United States. The following individuals are not eligible for entry: current and recent employees, directors and officers, plus their immediate family members or household members, of the Consortium of Manufacturers, Winner’s International Payout and Processing Services Inc, Archives or any other Companies contracted by the Consortium of Manufacturers. The term "immediate family" includes spouses, domestic partners, siblings, parents, children, grandparents, and grandchildren, whether as "in-laws," or by current or past marriage(s), remarriage(s), adoption, co-habitation or other family extension, and any other persons residing at the same household whether or not related.

    For each raffle, a random drawing will be made of all eligible qualifying entrants. Winners will be notified by telephone only.

    All prizes must be accepted as awarded. Prizes are not transferable, redeemable or exchangeable for any other prize.

    All prizes must be redeemed within five (5) calendar days of notification of winning, unless otherwise specified at the time of winning. If a winner fails to redeem a prize within five (5) calendar days, the winner forfeits the prize, no other prize will be awarded in its place to that individual and The Consortium of Manufacturers reserve the right to determine an alternate winner (in which case an alternate winner will be drawn randomly) or to not award that winner’s prize in their sole discretion. If a winner cannot be contacted by telephone or is disqualified, The Consortium of Manufacturers reserve the right to determine an alternate winner (in which case an alternate winner will be drawn randomly) or to not award that winner’s prize in their sole discretion. In the event The Consortium of Manufacturers as the case may be, elects to determine an alternate winner, pursuant to these rules, The Consortium of Manufacturers will select up to three (3) alternate winners. If the third alternate winner fails to redeem the prize within five (5) calendar days, cannot be contacted by telephone, is disqualified, is unable to use the prize has awarded, or declines the prize, The Consortium of Manufacturers reserve the right to determine an alternate winner through any method they deem appropriate, in their sole discretion. The Consortium of Manufacturershas no affiliation with and do not endorse any prize sponsors.

    Delivery of prizes: All checks will be delivered at the winner’s residence within 4 – 7 hours after brokerage fees have been received by Winner’s International Payout& Processing Services Inc, unless otherwise noted. The Consortium of Manufacturershas pre-paid in full all insurancesto cover any lost, stolen, misdirected or damaged check. Winners will be refunded 100% of the total value of their check if lost, stolen or damaged while in transit.

    Payment of taxes and related expenses: All checks are processed by our brokersat an offshore location to exempt winners from paying the thirty point two percent (30.2%) tax the federal laws have impressed upon the IRS to charge on all lump sum payout. Each winner is solely responsible for all brokerage fees affiliated with their prize and paying any expenses associated with any prize which are not expressly included as part of the prize. In order to collected your package and your winnings you have to pay for a stamp of a approval,
    So that the custom officers will release your package to your residents. The total cost will be $950.00 USD dollars.

    To request a copy of these official rules and/or a list of winners after each raffle, please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

    3960 Howard Hughes Parkway
    Suite 500
    Las Vegas, Nevada 89169

    Please Note: To remain compliant with our privacy and security policies any further information must be discussed via telephone with your assigned claims agent. Please ensure you have your account number before engaging any conversation with our claims department

    Pat Robertson
    Claims and Payment Administrator
    Consortium of Manufactures

    Added Bonus – Picture of 2020 Mercedes Benz CLK 63 AMG White Series (different car C-400)

    $5000 a month for life. Then pass it on to a family member for life.

    A picture of a check made out to me for $9,500,000.00

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  5. I received a call from Eric Miller and then a Robert Morris from Global, saying that my deceased husband had won $800,000 in a sweepstakes he had entered. They said I could accept the prize for him. They said the money would be wired from the federal reserve bank in New York to my bank( I told them I would have to open an acct in a bank other than the ones I currently maintain accounts in.) I asked for the sweepstakes sponsor, but they keep saying it could be a combination. They said there would be no $ for me to pay, that the taxes would be wired to the bank acct and then the winnings. Supposedly, the federal reserve would do the transfers.
    I wonder whether or not they already knew that my husband was deceased so that there would not be a way to reference any sweepstakes he had entered, though I did offer up front that he was dead.
    I checked the phone number the second guy finally gave at my insistence, and it was a British Columbia number, though the first person said he was calling from Buffalo, NY. I’d I open an account in a new bank just for this situation, is there any way these folks could gain access to personal information? They keep saying that there is no money to be paid by me. Do I just go along with them until they ask for money? Why are they calling from Canada and Buffalo if they are headquartered in Vegas at a fake address, if it is fake? I have lost no money because, so far, I have not bitten. Guess there is the slim chance that the deal is legit, but I am so wary.

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    • Hi Shirley, I’m on the same page as you… good to be wary. It’s hard enough to win a lottery when you’ve been playing the same numbers for years, let alone one you haven’t even entered in. I’d say 100% of these are a scam, but I’ll leave a little room for caution and say 99.9%. Here’s some additional information from the Better Business Bureau as to how these types of scams work. Of course, it wouldn’t be right for me to say what you should do in your particular situation but I do recommend proceeding with “extreme” caution.

      Also thanks for reaching out and sharing as I’m sure your story and situation will be helpful and provide insight for a lot of other people too 🙂

      Regards,
      Jay

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  6. MY CONTACT NAME FROM GLOBAL SWEEPSTAKES IS PATRICK WEBSTER. AT LEAST WHEN HE COMES FROM HIS VEGAS (702)3**_****. WHEN BLOCKEDTHEN NUMBERS FROM DIFFERENT AREA CODES START. THE CREDIT FIXING TO INSURANCE AND ALL OTHERS SCAMS. HE DISGUISES HIDS VOICE SOMETIMES AND I SAY "WEBSTER I KNOW ITS YOU" . THEN COMES THE HANG UP ON ME…LOL… I AM THE FOOL BECAUSE I AM OUT MONEY I DIDNT HAVE TO BEGIN WITH. ONE MORE WARNING//////; THEY NEVER STOP.. SAME GUY STARTED IN DEC. 2017

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    • Hi Dianne, sorry to hear about this. Did you send them a lot of money? There is some information here https://www.justanswer.com/law/3a7zk-company-called-global-international-sweepstakes.html (you’ll have to click on the ‘See More’ button) and the legal expert there recommends that you contact your local Attorney General’s office. I’m not a lawyer so I can’t provide any legal advice. You can also file a complaint here although I’m not certain how effective they are at recovering lost funds, and of course there’s the FTC but again, these are difficult cases to deal with as an individual. The other challenge is that the person you’ve been in contact with may have no affiliation to Global International, they are only claiming to… which is another common online scam. Not that Global International is a reputable company to claim association with, but scammers often pretend to be from companies with name recognition and this could also be the case here. Again, I’m sorry to hear about your situation and wish I could provide a more helpful answer.

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  7. December 2020 they are hard at it and still the same old story the money and the Mercedes. I am am getting an era treat of romance and moving to Vegas. Wow I feel so special. Sounds like these guys need some new help that has a little more imagination cuZ they need some fresh ideas. I didn't realize they have that many years. So since Websters ways are not getting them results now I win a 2nd sweepstakes from publishers international and agent Anderson mcneal from consumer protection agency is trying to help me get my winnings. He is from west Virginia buy his number is from Virginia. Guess he isn't book smart only scam smart. 2020 will go down in history as the
    TOPPER YEAR OF SCAMMSS
    I have been playing with many many many of the multiple scammers from loans grants cash flips awards sweepstakes. Plus help fixers for taxes credit debt school loans life and medical insuraces. Plus online business like touch button 15 min day and make large cash.
    ITS ALL BULLSHIT but some times you just need to entertain yourself when government orders a "LOCKDOWN. 2020"

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  8. David Slowly is another new name for global international that has desperately tried to scam my mother by saying she won 900000 in a draw that she never entered and delivery driver will be delivering it to her and once she has it all she has to pay for her winnings is 499.00. And they say they know her address and even called her by her nickname! Figure that one out!

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    • Yeah, that’s scary. How they would get her nickname I don’t know. It could be another company or account she has that’s selling member information.

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  9. Pe0plw call me from publishers clearing house winners international how do they get your number i have been scammed numerous times

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    • Sometimes it’s just a database they use and every number is called. Other times it’s a targeted list they’ve purchased from someone or an organization who’s capturing people’s information (with a make-money-online scheme just as one example) and then selling it. Publisher’s Clearing House has been around since the 50’s I think, so it could even be an old number they’ve had in their database for decades.

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  10. These lovely people called previously with this scheme…I just dragged it out asking 21 questions…
    Just to tell him a few things,..
    First Im not interested,
    Second, I’m not interested ….AGAIN
    Third, DONT call me anymore.
    Fourth, Give any winnings to a CHARITY.
    Now they’re calling back a few months later. All I could hear the guy say was… You don’t need to send any money. Yeah whatever. Still don’t believe their asses. Took a name, “James *****”.
    @707-741-**** Hope he’s not holding his breathe for me to call back…as he probably will call again anyway !????

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    • Now the phone # is 417-289-6736 (6/22/2020). from Billings, MT and they sounded Jamaican and I kept complaining about their accents, telling them that I’m old and have hearing issues.
      .

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      • they only got $35 from me. He had asked me to buy an Amazon gift card for $35 which I did (using my Amazon Credit Card). When I called back he asked for the card claim # and when I said I couldn’t give that to him because he could cash the card he said that they would use it for verification that I was the correct person when they delivered the check, so, knowing I was being scammed I gave him the #, and sure enough, the money is gone. I called Amazon and it will be refunded to me. By the time I put them thru all the questions I had, and sending me verification on line, etc., it got too late for me to go to the bank with the person delivering the check so they are coming tomorrow morning to continue the transaction. I am going to drag this thing out just as long as I can, at least to the point where they ask for more money and then I’ll call it quits. I’m also going to contact the FDC this evening just to report them.

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  11. I asked them for a number to call back, told them I was in a different state and didn’t have an address to the hotel I was staying at other than a room number. Needless to say, he hung up on me when I requested a phone number to call him back after I got the information he wanted. First tip it was a scan….the phone number wasn’t real, second his heavy accent, third…I never filled out anything for a sweepstakes (actually, this was the first tip off), .but I enjoyed keeping Mr. Morgan on the phone for 30 minutes…he wasn’t scamming some other poor sole.

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  12. I am dealing with this company right now. This person was really very good and almost convinced me he was ligit. Unforunately after paying some money I realized I had been had. Lesson learned the hard way. I am really angry at myself for being so gullible.

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  13. I personally had to learn the hard way about companies like Global International Lottery and Sweepstakes. I can remember getting letter in the mail saying that I won money although I had never entered a sweepstakes or lottery. Once I sent the “processing fee” and never got the money I supposedly won. Lesson learned for me. At this time I was desperate to find something that work and like you stated online marketing is king and finding the formal that works for you is the key to making money online. Great post!

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    • Sorry to hear your story, but thank you for sharing. It may help someone else from losing their hard earned money. Some lessons are better learned from someone else’s experience.
      Regards,
      Jay

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  14. When I started reading, I thought, doesn’t sound like a scam, but then I kept reading

    Do people pay money to this company? It’s a long shot but if they paying for it Be nice if they have a shot at winning

    Thanks for the post, unfortunately there’s lots of scams out there, to bad some people aren’t honest

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    • You’re right, there are a lot of scams out there. The worst part is that each one validates the other. What I mean is, they keep popping up because the ones that came before (or are still running) must be working. It would nice to say Karma ruled the day here but apparently that’s not always true.
      Thank you for stopping by,
      Jay

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