Received two winning scratch cards in the mail entitled magic match. This is a scam. Do not call! Oh yes its a big scam, I just called them to tell them I'm letting the police no about the scam they send me with the "match and win" she was so rude to me and said "go ahead"... I hope no one gets scam by them.... horrible people It's a big scam....stay away from these crooks.........these idiots don't stop sending their cards in mail.....I wonder what the govt. is doing for these crooks what makes you think the police are not part of it? All the cards are winning tickets. To redeem your so-call prize, you must agree to listen to a product information. Firstly, I will not have a complete stranger in my home with products I am not interested in. I don't want to waste my time.
The products could be Machetes for all I know.
No you didn't Same thing happened to me. Thankful that people are taking the time to investigate this and are posting this information. Goes to show these scarm are still happening after all these years. BEWARE!!!!! Received a Bingo card and got the "X", indicate to call (905) 470-8372, Called them and they collect all your home address and phone No, no body came home and no further answer. This is a scam - Police need to do something about it. False advertising and identity theft. I was surprised to see they were available to visit my home as soon as I called them. Be careful. There is no free lunch in this country. This is a scam - cops need to do something about it. False advertising and identity theft. Received the same Bingo card and got the "X", indicate to call (905) 470-8372, call them and ask home address and phone No, no body come home and no further answer. It is a scam I got this card and this is a big scam.Do not give ur information. 1 855047008372 Same situation here as well. Called them back to tell them not to come to my house after reading the posts here. The girl on the phone was laughing and asked why I want to cancel and gave some unreasonable reason for not telling what prize I have won. Just got a "Super Tic Tac Toe" in the mail. I scratched it and got a "X". Whenever I get random stuff with a phone number I always Google it. This is a scam all the way. Thanks. This is the biggest [***] i've ever heard, my friend got a scratch card and got X, she thought that she was actually winning a prize and had her hopes up for two days. I called the company to confirm and asked the women about the scratch card, she said someone will be over at the house but no one came. I called back again the next day and i asked her if it fraud she replied "fraud is if we take your money". Someone called back my friend from the company and was inquiring about "how many people live in the house and If I own the house. I got a little worried, then i typed up the number in google and came to this page. Thanks for the heads up It's so obvious every one is getting same game cards but no one is taking action against them let's get together and hunt their [***].this thing needs to be stopped ... Same thing happen to me and that info about being a home owner is not part of their contest rules.Hope they ROT IN HELL I got a tic tac toe scratch card and won the x prize which was a 70" sharp Tv. Called the number and a lady answered. took my name and address and said a person will come by and demonstrate a water purifying gadget and give me my prize.No one turned up and now when I call no one picks up the line.Surely must be scam.My worry is they have my name and address as well as my home phone. Can this lead to identity theft issues?I would like to suggest that when a person registers a phone number to call, that person must have been registered with their details etc with the phone company, and as such those persons can and should be traced and pertinent problems looked into. Yup,same here. Got two cards both identical. Every card with identical numbers. A pathetic attempt to establish a history of contact with this "business" so they can telemarket you to death, legitimately. Destroy all cards you may receive. Sender should be shot, or turned upside down and shaken til the "3 million" in prizes ( also allegedly 1.5 million prizes - do the math!) falls out.
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