Aetna/Financial Fidelity Incorporated

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Francisco –

Victim Location 44102

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

My mother received a post card in the mail from a company called ***/Financial Fidelity Incorporated claiming that she won a prize of 250,000 dollars enclosing a check of 2350.00. The letter stated that in order to receive the funds she must first send an amount of 1950.00 for a processing fee before she can receive the remainder of her money.

 

*BBB recommends verifying a company identity before funds or personal information is given. Scams may use large company names to appear credible. 

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