MegaMillions Reviews - MegaMillions Scam or Legit

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Nichole –

Victim Location 71118

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Call from Peter Excelsiur and James Robinson they said from Washington telling me I had won $5.5 million, $5000 cash and mercedes benz. They asked for me to send them $750.00 to collect the prize. Peter stated he was a federal officer and furnished badge number 3639. When asked who his supperior was he stated it was him.

Marcus –

Victim Location 63021

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

The attached letter was mailed to my 92 year old mother in law. Intercepted before she read, so no loss.

Nancy –

Victim Location 15001

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Victim was contacted by David Walker from Megamillions informing her she won $9.5 million. He asked her to provide her checking account info to deposit money (which she did not do). He then asked for her to send $100 to claim the winnings (which she did not do).

Naomi –

Victim Location 15001

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Victim was contacted by David Walker from Megamillions informing her she won $9.5 million. He asked her to provide her checking account info to deposit money (which she did not do). He then asked for her to send $100 to claim the winnings (which she did not do).

Marcus –

Victim Location 77027

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Some guy named David Summers called from a "no caller id"number telling me I won 2.5M. That the certified check would be delivered this afternoon by UPS. I only had to send a Walmart to Walmart Payment in the amount of $255.00 (registration fee) to Paul Koeuth in Dallas, TX 75243. The receipt provided by Walmart is the "claim receipt" required for UPS to deliver the check. When I requested proof, he simply noted that he need to prepare all the documentation to "email" it to me. The caller never addressed me by name, requested address or email address.

Leslie –

Victim Location 29842

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Everyday man w/Indian accent calls to say I won cash & a car if I wire him money or give him my credit card info, I keep telling him to quit calling me but he won’t.

Brandy –

Victim Location 37186

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

They called today informing my mother that she had won 1.5 million and 5,000 a month for life.It was a Megamillions lottery ticket that was unclaimed.They then requested we go to Kroger to send them 199.00 dollars for a claim ticket.They claim they were recoreded by the Federal trad commision. I am under the impression that a lottery will not ask for money.They claimed we would get said money back.They also claimed they could send someone to our home after we give them money.They claim they have someone that will go with you to the bank.

Thomas –

Victim Location 65807

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

David Moore called me saying I had won 5.5 million dollars and a new Mercedes. I told him I would not pay any up front money to collect the prize. He called back and said he found a sponsor who would provide 418,000.00 for the registration fee. He asked me to open a new savings account so they could transfer the $18,000.00 to my new account. I also told him that I had not bought a Megamillions lottery ticket. He said the was bought for me by Walmart pharmacy as part of a promotion. For some reason the registration is necessary before they can deliver the prize in person somewhat like Publishers Clearing House does. He also mentioned the IRS needing the registration to ensure that taxes would be paid.

Sergio –

Victim Location 55345

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

This 90 year old woman was called by a person named "Frank" from phone number (185) 515-0459 – a non working number, and told she had won a new car and millions of dollars which they wished to bring to her home today. They would be bringing champagne, etc. to celebrate her win. The lottery she had "won" was supposedly the MegaMillions – for which she never purchased a lottery ticket.

Marisa –

Victim Location 83634

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I checked the website by google and went to the megamillions to check my numbers and they said I had won $3,500. I went to verify to this winning with the lottery commission and was told it was a scam and to report it to BBB.

Adrienne –

Victim Location 83301

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

The phone came around 8ish on Tuesday evening March 15th. The man on the phone told my husband he had won a 2016 Mercedes Benz with 5 years of free insurance plus 5 1/2 millions dollars. I had my husband hand me the phone so I could talk to the man. The man then told me his name was David Washington from MegaMillions his number was 1-208-473-2539 or 1-873-378-6910. His badge number was 1191. He asked if we wanted to be on television or keep it private. Then asked if we had a bank account or credit card to deposit the money in, I said NO.He told me that I needed to go to Pioneer Credit Union on Addison Ave here in Twin Falls,Id and open a account, then call him back at the 873 number once we had the account opened. I called the Twin Falls Police, then call the ScamPulse.com the next day and filed this report. The person tried to call back on Wednesday morning but I did not answer. The call was from Jamaica which was a red flag for me.

Alana –

Victim Location 85013

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

ScamPulse.com received an inquiry from a lady who received a call from an individual claiming she won  4 million dollars in a lottery that was held in Las Vegas.  She did not fall for the telephone call that was wanting her to wire money of about $280 in order to get the millions.  

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