James Miller/ Publisher’s Clearing House Imposter

James Miller/ Publisher’s Clearing House Imposter Reviews, Check James Miller/ Publisher’s Clearing House Imposter Scam or Legit
Suzanne –

Victim Location 75479

Total money lost $500

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

on 7/27/17, Mr. James Miller representing himself as a New York employee of Publisher’s Clearing House, Badge # 1122 called from 867 783 4602; informing of a sweepstakes prize won on ticket # 608US8, Claim # 542 364; Policy 1628; Individual was instructed to send $500 to start claim procedure to Shanee McPherson in New York; Phone # 800 926 9400 via MoneyGram from Walmart in Bonham tx. Ref. # 631 727 46; Mr. Miller called numerous times to see if funds were sent, and when individual told him he didn’t have a credit card, he was instructed to call Capital One at 888 201 4523 or Discovery 800 374 2683 and get a credit card so he could send an additional $1100 to "pay the taxes" on his prize money. Individual told him he couldn’t get approved for a card, so Mr. Miller claimed as a favor to him, he would "loan" him the money by wire through Western Union in Bonham if he would immediately turn around and send those funds back to him so he could begin the processing of his claim. Instructions as to where to return the $1100 would be provided along with the "loaned" funds. Individual was also told that Nancy Wilson, an attorney from Dallas would be in contact with him with regard to the prize to be awarded to him ($10,000 per month for the rest of his life).

Ms. Wilson has not been in contact, and the phone number given by Mr. Miller 867 783 4692, has a Jamaica area code, not New York as the Individual was told, and Mr. James Miller has not sent him the $1100 "loan" money.

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  1. Hi, citizen from Montana who has been on the phone for about an hour and a half with a Mr James Miller from publishers clearing House. We discussed the prize which I forgot the amount but we also discussed that I have won a Mercedes Benz worth $250,000. I have chosen to take cash on that one and it will be coming to my door in bag delivered by a officer of the law. I have his personal phone number I have my claim number my ticket number my everything number but he was going to look up and call the boss and find out when and what time and what day they were going to deliver my prize. And I shall play their game and waste their time, I have heard there’s still before. And it just breaks your heart that somebody has to try to get on there and take what little money we seniors have. They don’t care whether we eat or whether we live or die as long as they get their money. So we’re going to see he has to call me back and let me know my time and date that they’re coming and I’m just going to tell him that when they come with my money I will pay the taxes or whatever it is I have to pay in order to claim the rest of my prize because the $250 is in cash. Guaranteed to shake up any senior citizen who would hear this on the phone, if someone calls you get your heart racing but for some reason it didn’t work on me this time I guess I’m getting used to the scammers. Can’t trust anybody anymore and I mean anybody. Called my daughter and told her about it and we had a good laugh I missed your James Miller’s behalf. For Mr James Miller I wish that the babies from 10 million pregnant horse flies shall move into your home and follow you forever and may they sting your camel in the butt over and over. Sorry I just had to do that but as I said it’s all a scam I know it. I will not be sending anyone any money so nobody has to worry about me at 65 I’m a little smarter than I look, and he said that for 65 I sound like I was 30. I wish there was a way that we could just push a button and these people would automatically give up their actual address and phone number so that the police could get in touch with them. This needs to be stopped. God bless all those out there have been scammed and remember this I have always said if they ask you for money it ain’t free so when they tell you oh it’s free but we want $250 to give it to you then it ain’t free. Don’t fall for it like publisher house says we are always 100% free we never ask for money we never solicit phone calls. Bye bye guys good luck.

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