American Senior Citizens Sweepstakes

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Clinton –

Victim Location 46804

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I received phone call this morning from Andrew Goldberg telling me I had won 3.5 million dollars in the American Senior Citizen Cash Award Sweepstakes and said they had tried to send me several letters in the mail requiring a signature and that the letters were returned I told him I had not received any letters. He said he was calling me because they were in my area he asked if I had a piece of paper and pen to write down all the information. He said I won 3.5 million dollars that would be sent in 35 Cashiers checks thru Bank of America and that I would also receive $25,000 in the mail each week from the Cash for Life fund in addition I would receive my choice of colors a brand new 2019 Mercedes Benz Ecroff vehicle in choice of Black/White or Sky Blue color that they would deliver to my house today. This vehicle he said would already be licensed in my name and have insurance coverage thru State Farm Insurance for 1 year and it would also include 3 months maintenance on the card which I would be provided a credit card for this maintenance. Andrew Goldberg gave me a prize control to present to the people who bring the car to my house. I was very skeptical of all of this and he new that I was leary. He said he was a person of God and would not be dishonest with me and that he was telling me the truth and he was only doing his job. He had my name my address and told me this information over the phone. I asked him where he was located that it sounded like he was at his home. He said he was in his office and I said I didn’t hear any people in the background. He gave me an address of 3765 Schafer Street Suite M Manhattan New York 11807 He first started to say 600 Avenue and I said if there is an Avenue there would be another name before the Avenue portion then he said the Schafer Street address. He informed me in order to get my prize and the car to be delivered today October 18th,2019 that I would have to pay a one time fee of $355.00 this would be a processing fee paid to a CPA who would take care of most of the taxes involved. He claimed the fee would need to be paid at a Walmart thru a Customer Service Teller and inform them I would want to make a Walmart Money Transaction Transfer to another Walmart. I told him I would never send a check to someone I didn’t know. He said I wouldn’t have to send a check I would pay in cash and send the transfer. He said once the CPA received this that they could process the paperwork and that I would get the car in person today and that they would go with me to my bank and deposit the check with an accountant in the vehicle with me to answer any questions my bank may have with such a large check to deposit. I told him I have no guarantees that my money will not be taken and no way to track my money. He asked me how long would it take me to get dressed and go to Walmart I told him at least an hour. Andrew asked me to call him back in an hour. I did not call him back but he has called me 8-10 times and left messages that I need to call him and let him know if I don’t want to claim my prizes that I need to let him know what Charity I would like to donate the prizes too. I have not accepted any more phone calls and contacted the Better Business Bureau The phone number he left for me to contact him is from Kingston,Jamaica and not New York. I do have a Prize Control number he gave to me also. He also asked how far away from the airport I was located that the people were flying into Fort Wayne today and would be delivering the prizes to me today once they received the processing fee of $355.00

Thomas –

Victim Location 95336

Total money lost $100

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Was told i won 1 million and a 2019 dogde ram only had to purchase a claim receipt for $300. I paid never heard back now a new guy is calling me saying that that was fake but he is legit it will only cost $300. Not falling for that again.

Autumn –

Victim Location 41301

Type of a scam Charity

Wanting my parents to open a savings account to deposit $50,000.00 and then be instructed as to how to pay the taxes and then he will receive $5,500.00 monthly

Kathryn –

Victim Location 45780

Total money lost $12,000

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I was contacted in January 2017 by John Brown and he said that I had won money and a car thru American Senior Citizens sweepstakes, a sweepstakes! He said I had won a brand new car, he had a briefcase with $50,000 and a check for 9 million. He then told me that I had to pay fees for stamps and updating of the check for $1000 and he would then show up and I would get my prize! This has now gone on for a year and still no prize! Always an excuse for not showing up! I have paid over $12,000 and still no prize. 

He had a foreign accent Jamaican. He said he was from Jamaica, NY. He said his organization was in New York. Calls and texts came from 347-897-2599. He said he was in love with me. He asked me to come to NY and stay w/him and his daughter. I would Western Union, other times MoneyGram to Jamaica. When Western Union and MoneyGram stopped me, I switched to Walmart to Walmart. 

Seth –

Victim Location 58201

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

They called saying I won 2.5 million dollars in check form and $85,000 in cash. The name given to me was Jonny Herbert. They said this was a 2nd place prize and that they would hand deliver the check and cash over at this point they wanted my name….this is a scam if I won they should have my name they hung up at this point when I questioned it. They called on our work line but said we had a home address.

Tabitha –

Victim Location 30096

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Senior citizen received email from U.S. Sweepstakes Company purporting to be a subsidiary of Publishers Clearinghouse. Email attachments included logos from various retailers recipient does business with, including WalMart, Sears, Home Depot and Best Buy, and a photocopy of the check, allegedly drawn on Bank of America, along with a letter from the Bank of America, signed by Susan Miller, Senior Accounts Manager. Caller from organization requested fee of 1% of supposed $2.5M sweepstakes winnings to be delivered in advance of the check from the sweepstakes. Names used were Heather Rohr (on email) and Aaron Steve (phone caller).


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