yesterday i got the 1st email from them. today another. i researched a little about violet winning the lotto, just to see if it was true and it was, to my surprise! they said i was picked to recieve a charity donation of the money and that i was to keep 30% for myself and donate the other 70% to charitys for the homeless and orphaned children and widows! they asked for a copy of my i.d, my address and my phone number. i wanted to give that information but wasn’t able to click on the email header given. [see i’m kinda new to the computer and all this new technology stuff.
Consumer Action Taken:
this is the only attempt i have made since getting the email. can you contact me by telephone @? like i said before, i am new to the computer and would rather speak in the “old fashioned way” so to speak. thank you. i am sorry but i DO NOT know how to upload files etc. etc. although i HAVE SAVED the email to my computer. if you need more info please do not hesitate to call me! i HATE scam artists!
Date This Problem Happened: December 14, 2012
State You Live in: Montana
Race/Ethnicity: Alaska Native
Age Range: 21-35
Total Amount of Fee Paid:
Company Name: Violet Large
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