Mega Million Sweepstakes and Lottery Company

Jasmine – Sep 29, 2020

My name is John Miller I received a latter from Mega Millions saying I won money and a care. The agents name is Mr. Micheal Anderson his phone number is 762 225 0367 He claims to be an agent for the company is account agent. He is telling me I need to pay processing fee for $5,000.00 dollars. I believe I am being Taken advantage of he has gotten over 4,000.00 dollars off of me. Something needs to be done about this. If someone named Micheal Anderson calls you beware don’t take the bate.

Dane –

Victim Location 21230

Total money lost $75,000

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I was contacted in Jan. 2016 via telephone from a man named Douglas Jackson (ph. number 484-324-6650), who asked if I had heard of Mega Millions. When I said yes, he told me I won, but had to pay fees and taxes under a pay schedule. The schedule listed payments for Transportation and Processing ($1800), Government Stamps of Approval ($10000), Registration Stamp ($1,800), Golden Eagle Stamp ($7,500), Stamp of Declaration ($8450), Storage Fee ($5,000), Cheque Insurance ($9,300), Internal Revenue Service’s Fee ($31,430), and Federal Tax Charge ($13,700). I paid according to the schedule he sent me and got a lottery letter in June 2016. He also sent me two packages to mail out from Maryland, which I did. He said this was all part of obtaining the prize, which was 2.5 million dollars and a Mercedes Benz. I paid according to the pay schedule via wire transfers and checks from Wells Fargo. The payments amounted to about $75,000. When I did not pay the final charge on the pay schedule because I could not afford it, Mr. Jackson told me it was a fraud and did not contact me nor pick up my phone calls after that. Soon after, a man named Frank Boncuer, who also went by the name Larry (who gave me ph. numbers 1-876-553-9805; 1-876-772-2543;1-876-869-4649; 319-397-7239), contacted me and told me that Douglas Jackson had committed fraud in the name of their company, but that he was going to jail, and that Frank Boncuer would be taking over the case and make sure I got my winnings. I talked to him until January 5, 2017, after which point all communication stopped. I received a check from them in October 2016, which bounced. Throughout this process, they were giving me many phone numbers and documents such as a Customs Bond form from the Dept. of Homeland Security U.S. Customs and Border Protection, letter from the U.S. Customs Clearance Center (19708 Lincoln Ave. Washington), letter from the IRS, letter from the Selection Cash Awards Sweepstakes Company, notice from the American Mega Lottery, letter from Pacific World Brokerage and Financial Service, claim letter from a Prize Controller (at DMUS, P.O. Box 396, 3940 AS, Doorn, The Netherlands). As a result of this scam, I received an eviction notice, had serious depressive issues, and have lost my life savings.

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