Ward Notification Commissions Review

I received information in the mail in September 2016 stating I qualified to win up to two million dollars, indicating that I could take a lump sum for $1 million. I was to send $11.89 to the P O Box by personal check. I sent the $11.89 to the P O Box. I received a confirmation request with the same information. I have not sent anymore money to this company. At this time I am not going to send anymore money.

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