The Gaming Division Center Review

My mother has been and is continuing to be scammed by a woman that says her name is Lisa Hudson from the Gaming Division Center, located in New York. They have been asking for large sums of money from her for payment on the taxes relating to an 8 million payout. My mother is 82 years old, in poor health, both physically and mentally. She is convinced that this person is legitimate despite myself, my brothers and sister educating her about the scam. First of which is a legitimate prize winning would not require any money upfront. I contacted this woman, she provided me her name and the name of the business. She also stated that they are accredited with the ScamPulse.com in New York. I called you folks today and of course this "business" is not accredited with BBB, they’re not even listed with BBB.

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