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Have you heard of the UK Mega Millions in the from of a letter from the FBI signed by Mark W . Merak ?

Cumming, GA |

The Mega Millions is from the UK transferred to US $. My email was selected through a balloting system . I checked the website but just not sure how I would know this is a scam or not. Have you ever heard of this type of lottery? The only contact on the website is a email no phone#. The catch is a fee of $399.99 to be paid for processing,, which cannot be taken from your winning. Can you advise how I can check these people out and report them if needed?

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Filed under: Fraud
Attorney answers 3


It's a scam. Don't fall for it.


You don't need to check them out. It is 100% scam.


It is a scam. Why would a well funded operation need your $399.99 to pay for processing? If you send money, it will be gone and that will be the last you will ever hear from "Mega Millions."

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