American Mega-Million Lottery Sweepstakes

The D.A.’s office has announced a fraud alert
Posted on May 09, 2013

The D.A.’s office has announced a fraud alert. In a press release, a scam was detailed after being brought to light by a Lawrence County resident. In the scam known as “American Mega-Million Lottery Sweepstakes,” victims are informed that they are winners of 250 thousand dollars. A check for several thousand dollars in enclosed. The victim is then instructed to
contact a claims manager who in-turn asks a number of questions about banking information in hopes of accessing the account. The District Attorney’s office is asking that anyone with information or anyone contacted about the scam call their office at 762-7777.

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10 thoughts on “American Mega-Million Lottery Sweepstakes

  1. SFA Reporter May 10, 2013 at 12:33 am Reply

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  2. Antoniette June 12, 2013 at 6:56 am Reply

    We just received the same check in the mail. I will be contacting you now! Thank you for the posting

    Antoniette Kelly. North Carolina

  3. Auntrynette Brooks September 11, 2013 at 5:39 pm Reply

    I received the same letter in the mail today with no return address on envelope. The check enclosed was for $4,690.80 to help pay for taxes.

  4. Debbie September 20, 2013 at 9:24 pm Reply

    My dad received this letter and a check on an actual legit business check. I e-mailed the company that the check is drawn on so they are aware of their name being involved in the scam.

  5. leidy September 30, 2013 at 3:59 pm Reply

    I received the same check today my check enclosed was $4,616.90 I can believe because never and ever play a lottery.

  6. dwight September 30, 2013 at 6:34 pm Reply

    received the same check today my check enclosed was $4,616.90 I can believe because never and ever play a lottery.

  7. rosemary fischer October 1, 2013 at 7:04 am Reply

    rosy I received the same check and spoke with ‘claims manager’ who advised me to deposit the check & call him back. I’m grateful for this website.as I never play ‘get rich schemes’.

  8. Frank February 11, 2014 at 6:35 pm Reply

    Hi my name I Frank I just receive a check from the America Mega Million Lottery for 5,200.00 asking for me to deposit it and then call him back so I called him back and told him I had deposit the check but, I really didn’t and he told me a representative would call me back the check is from a company Primerica Life Insurance but this is the number im suppose to call back 1(778-707-0509) ask for Josh Parker

  9. Linda June 14, 2014 at 10:58 pm Reply

    I too, received a letter with no return address. It was a check from Primerica Life Insurance for America Mega Million Lottery Sweepstakes. I kind of get the feeling it may have to do with another fraudulent internet company I pissed off. This online weight loss fitness company took my money before I “confirmed” with my credit card. There was a 60 day money back gaurantee from the start. I tried to get my money back as I didn’t want it to begin with. Since there was no phone number, they ignored most of my emails. They finally sent me a phony email saying ClickBank in Idaho would refund my money, which never did. I kept bugging them saying this is fraud and suddenly I am pounded with all of these calls from Jamacia saying I won 600,000 and then get this scam with a check for $4,960 from the Mega company. That online company was called: Venus Index Systems. No idea if there is any correlation but sure seemed like interesting timing for me to get all of this scamming. Also, many of these scams have the numbers 9 and 6 in them somewhere. Not sure why.

  10. Ann July 15, 2014 at 12:02 pm Reply

    My mother received a letter with no return address. At her request, I opened the envelopment to read the correspondence from “America Mega Million Lottery Sweepstakes” stating that “…You have therefore won $350,000.00.”

    Also, enclosed was a check with the name Progressive Insurance and PNC Bank from Indianapolis for $4,660.00 that was dated June 25, 2014. The explanation for the check is to pay taxes, insurance, handling and shipping fees.

    In addition, the letter states, “It remains in your best interest to claim this money prize”…with instructions to call the claims manager Josh Parker at 1-647-707-8087. Full of skepticism, I went on-line to check to determine if PNC Banks exist, and they do.

    However, when I initiated a search for America Mega Millions, I saw several sites stating that this so called company is a SCAM! I do not understand how such deceitful scam artists are not apprehended and sentenced to prison for stealing from unsuspecting American people, especially the elderly. My mother is blessed that she avoided becoming another victim!
    Thanks for allowing people to post on this site.

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