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every two weeks i visited my mother’s only cousin in her late 80’s. my mother made me promise to take good care of her. the time had come for me to keep that promise. every week i’d drive 90 minutes there and 90 minutes back. we’d have lunch with her and her friends. i was the youngest once again in some of the company i kept. after lunch, i sorted her mail, took care of her bills, vacuumed, sometimes i’d take her for a drive, we talked and i’d leave. it felt great because it made her feel good.

  • her mail was 99% cons, scams, wordplay, and sweepstakes trying to get at her money. her mail arrived for the most part in official looking envelopes. she was always the lucky winner of at least $20 million. the bigger the envelope, the bigger the lie. and all because she had always been a generous giver and her info has been bought and sold a million times. DO NOT SEND MONIES TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING COMPANIE. SCAMMERS HAVE NO SCRUPLES AND NO MORAL COMPASS. ALL THEY’RE AFTER IS YOUR MONEY!!!


    1. Project Cure – pob 96673 Washington DC 20090-6673
    2. The Alzheimer’s disease fund – pob 1897 merrifield VA 22116-8097
    3. Vanguard documenting agency – pob 33538 denver co 80233
    4. UBI payment services – pob 4805 robina town centre qld 4230, australia DON’T SEND YOUR PASSPORT COPY
    5. Award notification commission– pob kansas city, ks 66110
    6. sweepstakes audit bureau – pob 549012 dallas tx 75354-9012
    7. Cash Release Office– POB 17, Syosset, NY 11791
    8. N.C.D.M.-P.D. – Professional Promorion POB 1189, 3600 BD Maarsen, Netherlands
    11. EWC – Office of Bank Payments, HeerlenThe Netherlands
    12. Data Processing, POB 6401 DN, Heerlen, Netherlands
    13. Award Notification Commission, KS
    14. Prize Intelligence Agency, Miami FL
    15. Sweepstakes Clearinghouse, Dallas, TX
    16. Pacific Entertainment Group, Edgewater, NJ
    17. Any mail saying OFFICIAL SELECTION MATERIALS – represents payment in full $8,000.00
    18. HENNLEY CARD SERVICES $5,000,000.00
    20. prize entry directive center, 14 VANDERVENTER AVE STE 140 port washington, ny 11050 shame on you!
    21. bible for our troops sounds too weird to even comment on. killing in the name of jesus? or mohammed? is there a difference? self-righteous and a little sanctimonious?
    22. CASH RELEASE OFFICE – POB 17, syossett, ny 11791-0017 SCAMMERS!!!!!! $6000 guaranteed???
    23. National Cancer Center: – 88 sunnyside blvd. plainview, ny 11803 $10,000 grand prize and payout?
    24. National Cancer Center pob 8932, topeka, ks 66608-8932
    25. Vanguard documenting agency – pob 33538, denver, co 9813
    26. National Heart Council – POB 1039 Edgewood, MD 21040 SHAME ON YOU! $8,471 check has been approved for payment?
    27. National Heart Council – POB 20626, St. Louis, MO 63139-0626
    28. T.P.C. Receiver Services – POB 9105, Plainview, NT 11803-9005
    29. Financial Payment Announcement – 218 E. Park Ave, Long Beach, NY 11561. SCAM! CROOKS!
    30. Universal Research Unlimited – PMB 405, 2005 Merrick Road, Merrick NY 155662 million dollars? CROOKS, SCAM!!
    31. PMB 342 – 53 E Merrick Road, Freeport, NY 11520 SAME CROOKS AS #21?
    32. Prize Data Document Report – POB 9101, Bethpage, NY 11714-9101 — 1 million dollars? SCAM
    33. Prize Division Document – POB 9101, Bethpage, NY 11714-9101 — 1.6 million REALLY?!
    34. American Prize Data Division – Uniondale, NY 11553-9370 — CONFIRMED amount. Really! Marshall Collins shame on you!
    35. Numerological Resource Center – POB 868, Lynbrook, NY 11563-0868 STOP SCAMMING ELDERLY!!
    36. Security Services, LTD – Brent T. North, CEO you’re a nasty piece of work! $612,420.42? Scammer!
    37. Financial Action Associates – no address, there’s a surprise
    38. The Payment Center – see #19 nasty SCAMMERS!
    39. Opportunities Unlimited Publications – 1401 Armour Rd, N. Kansas City, MO 64116 John Winstead you’re bad for MO business! SCAMMER!
    40. RW Rich & Associates – pob 9020 Amityville, NY 11701-9020 AMITYVILLE HORROR – confirmed cash winner? SCAM!
    41. RW Rich & Associates – Steve Hanson/Payment Advisor SHAME ON YOU!
    42. MBA – 12 million? Elliot Hargrove POB 1211 Parramatta NSW 2124 Australia There are CROOKS in Australia too.
    43. CDP – Long Island, NY — pob 9503, Massapequa, NY 11758-9503
    44. North Shore Animal League America – 16 Lewyl Street, Port Washington, NY 11050 $25,000.00 Really?
    45. NPF processing data Plainville New York. This box 27
    46. the Financial Reward Commission
      National Asset Allocation  343, 53 East Merrick Rd, Freeport, NY 11520
      Advanced Awards Association,
      Allocated Disbursement Authority,
      American Entry Exchange,
      Department of Cash Reporting,
      Entry Entitlement Services,
      Financial Acquisition Agency,
      Prize Research Intelligence Agency
      Unclaimed Sweeps Advisory.
      A.R.P. Location,Box 383050, Germantown, TN 38183-3050! Or PO Box 3397 Cordova TN
      Master Davis 90 Trade zone Court Ronkonkoma NY 11779
      Registered Entitlement Services PMB 1936 Hempstead TPKE East Meadow NY 11554,
      Advanced Documenting Institute PO Box 33538 Denver Co , 80233-0538
      Morgan , Phelps and Stern PMB 337, 169 Commack RD ste H Commack NY 11725
      US Financial Solutions based in Orlando, Winter Park FL
      Universal Research Unlimited



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  1. Kathleen Isaac / Aug 29 2016 2:56 pm

    to day i got a card from prize data centre asking for £20 fee suppose to have won cash

  2. mamajunebug / May 28 2016 3:14 pm

    i have been scamed with letters at least 10-20 a week. I am so hurt that peqple would this. I will be praying for all. May God save them. I will not waste 50 cents on the succers again. Thank you so much for helping me find the truth. My husband has been right as always for 51 years.

  3. Steven Messer / Nov 13 2015 10:52 am

    Hey hey I just won 1,200,000.00!!!!….and it only cost me 20 bucks???? What good fortune!!! Its to bad my parents didn’t raise no fool….there’s ppl out there getting I.O.U’s from or beloved government for lottery winnings but I somehow stumbled on npf (that’s not affiliated with the with the organization that I’ve won prizes and or money from but I still have to pay them)…I feel like a lucky man we should all be so blessed!! OH WAIT!! WE ARE!!! ( I specialize in sarcasm ) 🙂 for real tho, Ppl no one is going to give you $1,200,000.00 for rating their shampoo brand or visiting their websites…. Welp,I’m in the process of mailing back monopoly money in ones and fives with stickey note attached to it wit a smiley face creatively drawn on it!! Sure it cost me postage…totally worth it!!! Stay safe america….

  4. Cecilia Vohl / Oct 9 2015 6:41 pm

    Anybody heard of “Treasure Vault II” or “MID” aka “Monetary Incentive Division”? My 92-year-old mom gets about three of these “sweepstakes” or winning notifications a day. They got her number. I just ask her to let me research it for her to make sure it is legit before she enters their sweepstakes. It’s like playing Whack-a-Mole.

  5. David / Jul 30 2015 11:10 am

    The bad news is getting off mailing list is a full time job.
    Like the sweepstakes junk, fund raising is a major scam as well, and a twisted web of incestuous name sharing. While I hope I have had some luck contacting many organizations directly, I’ll have to wait out the 8 – 12 week cycle time it takes pre-printed items to get mailed out to see if it has worked.

    What everyone needs, are tools to get off the mailing list. Here is a link to the best source for tools that I have found.
    He give a lit of detail and information on how to get to the source of who is mailing you what. He also list the tools that are out there to help you get off mailing list.

    Unfortunately, the unscrupulous business do not belong to the Direct Marketing Association, And the sweepstakes people are the worst ones out there. But step one is to register with to have all versions of the name and address removed by it’s members. Next, Opt out of pre-approved credit offers through the credit reporting agencies. Then start calling and KEEP A SPREADSHEET listing everything; Who, how you contacted them (phone, letter, email, Catalog Choice, etc) The date you made the request, list the phone number, address, web site etc, and how long the the mail cycle is. This way you will know when to expect the mail to stop. Also, once the company is logged in, you can toss any duplicate mailings. I have a worksheet for sweepstakes, fund raisers, political junk, subscription offers, and miscellaneous. If mail continues after the cycle period, report them to the U.S. Postal Service. Use the USPS form 1500. It is the big gun.

    Again, check out the blog “drowning in junk mail”. Google it, if the link doesn’t work. It has been the best source of info out there on how to tackle this monster.

  6. Emanuel gary / Jun 16 2015 9:02 am

    Processing dept.53 e. Merrick Rd.pmb 348.Freeport,NY 11520.scam.said that I won 1,305,009.00 bit I have to send them 20 dollars documentation fee

  7. Robert Reed / Apr 14 2015 5:22 am

    I’ve been receiving NPF processing data Plainville New York. This box 27 This one says I had one $120,000… But I got to send them $20 There’s no reason why they can’t take it out of $120,000 That’s what they said i won I’m a hard working man now a days I’m not out. Scams and not out doing the things I’m supposed to add that I’m not supposed to be doing I’m living a good clean life at least trying to The good Lord has I just can’t understand why somebody is trying to scam me Is there a way that we can do something about this people of America I do understand it’s an equal opportunity country But it seems that we are all getting the shaft If its not buy our own friends or people out there in the community blessed me with so much

    • Anonymous / Aug 15 2015 5:30 pm

      I just received the same scam as if

    • Anonymous / Mar 10 2016 12:35 pm

      I just received on of those letters fromNPF and wants me to send $20 I have to work hard for a living so do these people think I was born behind a Cow.

  8. Judy / Mar 17 2015 12:11 pm

    I am 89 years of age. Several years ago,I purchased something from a PCH catalogue_– That’s Publisher’s Clearing HOUse. Snce th4en, I am bombarded withmore of thei trash I quit responding to them, but they have probably sold my address to every scam artist in tbe country (and out oof it,too) In each maill, I get from 3 to10 letters askingv for money==anhwhere from $15 to $25. The North Shore Animal Leaghue letter actually told me I whas definitely a winner of their $25,000 pirize. I’ll admit, I m a believer,so I sent them $15. They shouldalso be put on the list.I abhor scammers who use defenseless animals to make money. Of coursse, they also haave to pay for expensive t.v. ads,where they show pathetic abandoned animals to stir the viewers pity It’s bad enough to scam old folks like me, but animals is even worse. I think Publishers are also just a sam organization,. They show happy families jumpinguoanddown attheir prize winnings I’m too old to jump like that, and also handicapped with neuropathy, and now their evnvelooes go sttraight to the trash.I consider my only benefit from theirr persistance is my recycling their paper.

  9. Deb / Oct 15 2014 5:46 am

    My father is 90 and he falls for these all the time, in fact today he URGENTLY needs me to come get this letter he NEEDS to send because it has to arrive IN THE NETHERLANDS in 8 days or he won’t get some obscene amount of money. Makes me so mad, and the elderly are PROUD, they don’t like to admit they’re being scammed… he doesn’t want to listen to me. It is SO frustrating.

    • Fran / Oct 15 2014 2:06 pm

      I had to stop my mothers mail and I got her a PO box. I would pick up her mail for her and throw away the scam letters. That’s all I could do to stop her, she kept telling me she won and blamed me for not helping her collect her winnings. If I allowed her to continue she would have lost all her money for sure. You will have to take control. If your dad does the ove seas ones there is no way to recoup the money . They can then get his bank routing number from the check he sends .

    • / Dec 9 2014 8:11 pm

      Thank you for your comments Deb and Fran and everybody! Perhaps it might help if you showed your loved one the above listing and the comments?
      The best of luck.

  10. John / Aug 3 2014 4:08 pm

    Should notice be turned over to the law or should it be reported to anywhere?

  11. Janai / Jun 30 2014 8:05 am

    I am 20 years old and I just received a letter from the North Shore Animal League America stating that I won 45,000 dollars. This is absurd and I will NOT allow anyone to try to scam me.

  12. Asuncion Nunez / Jun 24 2014 7:59 am


    • Anonymous / Jan 2 2015 3:23 pm

      Read an elementary school English book.

  13. Don O. / Dec 12 2013 7:25 am

    This is s great site and can be used to help keep our famlies and frends from being scamed by the leaches of the world. It would be more if there were a controled point for updates when new scams aer detected.
    Thanks for the site

    • seasidepress / Jan 5 2014 12:42 pm

      Thank you Don. Happy and Healthy 2014. Feel free to update right here.

  14. Anonymous / Sep 18 2013 7:10 pm

    If they our a great charity to help why are the only people they seem to be going after for donations elderly. I have never received requests from them, but my 83 year old cousin gets one a week at least asking to donate to them. Pkease provide proof to back up your claim that they are a great charity.

  15. Anne / Aug 31 2013 11:50 am

    I just found out that my 80 year old dad has been doing the same thing with all of these scams. It looks as if he has been doing them for a while. I became concerned when he started asking me for money because he was going to bounce his checking account. This is so heart breaking and shocking because my dad was an accountant for many years! He was great at this stuff and he always recognized scams. Why all of a sudden is he falling for this? I don’t get it? My brother and I explain to him that these are scams and we show him the proof. He did allow me to take him to the bank and stop payment on the checks that had not cleared. There is a company called sigonfile on his bank statement with phone numbers 866-236-3714 and1-800-533-5964 and has been deducting $19.90 from his account every month, in august this happened twice. I read about this scam happening to others as well. The bank teller put a stop to this one too! My dad had written so many checks the bank teller was just as sad as I was. He had bounced about ten checks from one of the scams and all of them had a $29.00 fee. I am going to ask the bank if they will reverse any fees or give back the money taken out by the sigonfile company. I don’t know if they will or not but it is worth a try. I am going to try to mail all of these companies like one of your other comments had suggested and cc the BBB, attorney general and the investigations unit for that state. I will see if any of them will refund his money. My dad was stunned and couldn’t stop looking over his bank statement focusing on the sigonfile scam etc. He seemed violated but yet still in denial of the other scams. He wants my help but yet it seems as though it doesn’t make a difference. I asked my dad if he would promise to stop sending money to all of these sweepstake and charity scams because they are robbing him? He whispered probably not and then said where is my check book in a slightly defiant way? Although he told me he understood what I was doing and how I was trying to help him. I told him that once we switched over his account he could not send any more of these scams money and he could not risk a new account getting hacked. I explained that these scammers will do the same thing to his new account. I am afraid I will have to take a more aggressive approach and ask for power of attorney if this does not stop! He is also caring for my mom who has Alzheimers. I don’t want him to loose his ability to care for her or himself. Taking care of her means so much to him. She grew up in an orphanage and he does not want her life to end in a old folks home. I will do what ever is needed to keep these scams from ruining my parents life! All of these scammer’s are terrible evil people!!!

    • larry / Sep 1 2013 3:47 pm

      same thing happened to my 94 yr. old dad. He’s been sending Western Union, moneypaks and convenience checks (amounting to $30,000) and has been wiped out of any money he had in his savings and checking accounts. It all started with these sweepstake letters and then the Jamaican scammers started calling all day long getting him to send money.

    • Anonymous / Mar 3 2014 1:45 pm

      Thank you for sharing and I am so sorry to hear about your father. I just stopped my husband from sending the $20 to the Financial Reward Commission because he really thought he had won. I told him they prey on the elderly and I think it is so unfair and disgusting. I thought it was strange that I was not receiving the mail but he was getting five to six in a week. I hope they catch these people and send them all to prison!!!

  16. Fran / Jul 3 2013 4:04 pm
    seems to be two project cure groups so be careful which one you give unfortunately some non profits are using these bogus sweepstake to RAISE MONEY.

  17. Anonymous / Jul 3 2013 10:55 am

    Sounds like you need to do some research most companies will take your name off there mailing list if indeed they are not a scam its a very simple process just requires reading. How ever I agree there are multiple scams out there, as long as you are not sending money I say enter as many sweepstakes as you want but remember do not send money. There are money prizes out there and list of winners with pictures.

  18. Paul / Jun 27 2013 5:06 am

    An outstanding share! I have just forwarded this onto a friend who had been
    doing a little homework on this. And he actually
    ordered me dinner due to the fact that I stumbled upon it for him.

    .. lol. So allow me to reword this…. Thanks for the meal!
    ! But yeah, thanx for spending some time to discuss this subject here on your

    • Anonymous / Nov 14 2013 6:23 pm

      Thank you Paul.

  19. Barbara / Jun 12 2013 2:02 pm

    I’m glad to find this list–saved me time, money and stamps. Just wished I could have
    printed it out..

    • Anonymous / Nov 14 2013 6:24 pm

      Barbara, you can take a screen picture of the list and print.
      Thanks for visiting.

  20. Melodie / May 28 2013 12:39 pm

    Here’s the most current name to add to the list “National Asset Allocation” pm 343, 53 East Merrick Rd, Freeport, NY 11520. I just received this in the mail, same old story, won over 3 million and all I have to do is send the processing fee of $20. I live by one rule, Follow the rules, It is illegal in a legal contest to charge for any kind of fee including processing. Remember if they ask for money then it’s a scam.

  21. paula / May 22 2013 1:16 pm

    wow just got mail and there it is northshore animal league wanting a donation but they only got me for ten dollars

  22. joanne / May 14 2013 3:07 pm

    holy crap! I am dealing with the same bullshit right now with my mother> I have written numerous letters and am spending my own hard earned money on postage to have her removed from their lists. I am now in the process of bombarding some of these co’s with emails re: list removal. It is really a shame. thanks for the names on your list. Some of your names are on my list as well.

    • Fran / May 18 2013 2:40 am

      If anyone lost money to one of these please contact the address below immediately ! for a investigation is going on. Advanced Awards Association, Allocated Disbursement Authority, American Entry Exchange, Department of Cash Reporting, Entry Entitlement Services, Financial Acquisition Agency, Prize Research Intelligence Agency and Unclaimed Sweeps Advisory.

      Office of the Attorney General
      Consumer Protection Division
      444 Brickell Avenue, Suite 650
      Miami, Florida 33131
      Telephone: 305-377-5850 x575
      E-Mail: MIA.EC(at)

      • Paula's / May 22 2013 1:28 pm

        justice finally so sick of this i sent money for the poor animals didn’t think it was a scam NorthShore Animal league america Wow

      • Fran / May 24 2013 5:56 am

        Warning do not send money to
        Box 383050, Germantown, TN 38183-3050! Or PO Box 3397 Cordova TN – What they do is you pay them $7. then they make monthy withdraws from your checking account. They suposedly give you info on available money you can win. They A red alert is out on them with B&B.

  23. Pissed Off Grandaughter / May 9 2013 7:18 pm

    You know what, im fucking tired of these “Million dollar winner prize sweepstakes shit thats been coming in my grandfathers mail, and i know its a scam but my grandfather thinks its real and i cant say anything that will make him change his mind!! I just wanna slap some hearts into these scammers! Careless no good son of a bitches! Sorry, but im very pissed off, they only pull this crap with the elderly and im very disappointed in those people!! WHAT IS THE GOVERNMENTS DOING ABOUT THIS? WHY ISNT SOMEONE GETTING ARRESTED FOR THIS SHIT? WHY DO THEY TAKE FROM THE POOR? Because my grandfathers collecting SSI and thats it he hardly has anything in his place to eat, that i have to provide for him too!! He keeps sending and sending, but those heartless bitches aint giving him what he deserve, atleast leave him alone, if only they were in hawaii (oahu) and doing that, i promise they wont even have a chance to collect a hundred dollars!! People on this island dont give a fuck who you are, they would straight kick your ass!! Well all i have to say is FUCK OFF YOU SCAMMMING ASS BITCHES!! People on hawaii will know about your scam!! I promise you that!! Im making posters and placing them all over the island!!

    • Anonymous / Jul 3 2013 10:34 am

      call the company and have them remove the name its very simple

  24. Loretta Killian / Mar 8 2013 9:09 am

    My grandmother died in 2007 and I know she was plagued by these scam artists for YEARS!! She sent them money, they called her on the phone all the time…. sometimes she would receive 50 pieces of mail A DAY!!!!!! It would not even fit in the mailbox on the porch–the mailman had to deliver it in a rubberband. She really thought they were going to be sending her money….. it was always a big battle when I told her they were scams. After she died we found boxes and boxes of junk mail she had saved that all said she was a big winner….. how sad………

    • seasidepress / Mar 8 2013 9:37 am

      hi loretta,
      thanks so much for sharing. it’s very sad and we need to send the above list to as many seniors as possible. take care.
      seasidepress team

  25. dana strout / Mar 4 2013 11:56 am

    thank you for save me $20 i got one from national data advisors to thank you being here hope more find this page.

  26. jerry whiting / Feb 22 2013 3:59 pm

    any one scamming the old folks, should have “elderly abuser” tattooed on thier forehead

  27. joe smith / Feb 20 2013 5:54 pm

    son of a beeps at a time when money is tight and these scum balls want to send me a letter saying we won $3.331.947.11 all they need is a check or money or of course CASH……. of 20 dollars of my hard earned money well i would like to find their headquarters and lob some grenades in their windows then the survivors can pay for their medical in witch people like me can’t even afford ……boy these kind of human beings that prey on others we can all live without ….. they should face a firing squad or better yet HANG THEM ALL ON THE OLD OAK TREE

    • michelle / Mar 4 2013 1:11 pm

      i just received the same letter from national data advisors indicating that i was the winner of $3,331,947.11 of coarse they wanted $20.00 someone told me if they request money up front it is a scam. I am glad to have learn a head of time. Thankfully I thought to look on line and ran accross this web site.

    • Anonymous / Jul 14 2014 1:47 pm

      I recieved the same letter today. Thank god I was not scammed, they can’t have my money. They should all be stripped of their jobs, bank accounts, cloths, homes, cars and left with nothing. Then see how they like having everything taken from them.

  28. lawanda myles / Feb 20 2013 11:11 am

    I dont want them to contact Nee nomore.

  29. mahmoud mohamed / Feb 12 2013 8:43 am

    I agree this is a scam but i can play the game like they are and tell them can you deduct the twenty dollars from the money i won. And you can tell them as soon as i get the money i will send you a big check as a gift from me.

    • jerry whiting / Feb 22 2013 4:01 pm

      why waist a stamp on the lousy scum’s?

  30. Mary / Feb 11 2013 7:00 pm

    My mother, bless her heart, is 85 years old. Since November of 2012 she has been receiving mail from National Data Advisors (6-15 per day); Central Entitlement; ICS(independent catalog service);Legacy; Secure data Service; JGO; Financial Acquisition Agency; Sentry Armored Dispatch; Prize Reporting Dispatch; RFA; DRC…the list goes on. She has them banded by the day and has even written the date received on the envelopes. She sends them anywhere from 20-25 dollars…may get a watch that she has even sent back to them with letters to stop sending her stuff, she has not ordered nothing, and just finally started noticing the dates that someone was supposed to be coming with her prize winnings keeps changing. She know understands that all of this is a scam to get money from her but wants to get these people to stop. I currently have a large paper grocery bag and a plastic container full of her banded envelopes in my possession. My heart really hurts that people are out there to see how damn lazy they can be to get money from the elderly. These people live on fixed incomes, can’t hardly pay for the medicines they HAVE to take and barely have enough money to keep their homes. It is awful for these scammers to invade the elderly lives through their mail! She has called the attorney general in our state with not much luck and wants to take all her stuff to the SBI. She hesitates though due to not wanting people to think she is crazy. Has anyone made any headway or have any suggestions on how to stop this from coming to their home….she tells me tonight they even call her home. She is very hard of hearing..but as I told her…you have sent them money mom so they will keep calling and mailing stuff to you in hopes that you will send them some more…
    So very sad!!!

    • Fran / Apr 5 2013 6:24 pm

      I wrote to every single scam company my mother sent money to and demanded they not only stop the mailings but also return her money. I then cc each letter to a Attorney General in the state where they were coming from and a local Better Business office and also the post office investigations unit. So far she got a good percent of her money back. We are still waiting on a few from NYwhich were really crooked. Good luck! Took alot of time and stamps.

      • seasidepress / Apr 5 2013 6:32 pm

        That’s a great tip!

        • Fran / Apr 7 2013 1:20 pm

          Here are some more you can add to your list :
          Master Davis 90 Trade zone Court Ronkonkoma NY 11779 and they have also have a address in Austria.They say it is the luckiest day of your life just send $50 to them .
          Registered Entitlement Services PMB 1936 Hempstead TPKE East Meadow NY 11554,Says you are a Winner just send them $25. of course the only winner is them
          Advanced Documenting Institute PO Box 33538 Denver Co , 80233-0538 Says you are a verified recipient just send them $5,
          Morgan , Phelps and Stern PMB 337, 169 Commack RD ste H Commack NY 11725 Says you are confirmed in receipt of a check just send them $25 of course when you do you just get another notice asking again for more money

          • seasidepress / Apr 7 2013 6:27 pm

            Thank you so much for this posting.

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    • Fran / Dec 12 2013 12:07 pm

      What I had to do was stop my moms mail and have it go to a post office box where I would pick it up and sort out the scammers. I now have a draw full of such mail. I was able to recover more than half of her money. What you must do is write to them cc. it to Better business and the postal investigations fraud unit and maybe a attorney general. That usually scares them enough. Now my mom is in a nursing home so finally the nightmare is over.

  31. Marvin Jarmel / Feb 11 2013 1:24 pm

    Just received a promise of over $3,000,000 and all they want is $20.00 for the cost of the paperwork. The envelope and the contents looks real so I checked them out and could not find them on the Internet. The name is National Data Advisors from Freeport, NY. If it is real, I made a terrible mistake; if I am correct, I won’t feel stupid. It is amazing to me that in this day and age, our police and other law enforcement agencies can’t throw them in jail for fraud.

    • seasidepress / Feb 11 2013 1:51 pm

      you don’t need the police and other law enforcement agencies for this. you know it’s a scam. thanks for leaving a comment.

    • Krystal Hurt / Feb 11 2013 7:12 pm

      I also received the very same letter of over $3 million and I am so glad I decided to look this company’s address up. All I was looking for was a phone number and ran across this. Thank u so much for posting this! It is only $20 but I can’t even afford to lose that at this point. Don’t trust any of that kind of mail until you have checked it out first. FYI this address is a UPS store in Ny, not National Data Advisors. God bless you all.

    • Fran / Apr 5 2013 6:37 pm

      Anyone who asks you for money to get a prize is a scam. Read the small print on the back. Thats where they say they are a reporting service that provides information on various sweepstakes. Reality is you send in your money and they send you again more letters asking for more money and it goes on and on. They then up the amount of money they want from you. You never get a dime. Some of them actually are sending the money you give overseas. The addresses here are only a front a PO box or PMB box with no company address.

  32. Yovonne Strayer / Jan 6 2013 12:33 am

    Thank you. I’m only out $40.00 but I will not send another dime. I’m going to send their forms back and ask them NOT to send any more of their scams to me!!

  33. drug enforcement / Dec 15 2012 6:16 pm

    I am no longer positive the place you’re getting your info, but good topic. I needs to spend some time finding out much more or understanding more. Thanks for fantastic info I was on the lookout for this info for my mission.

  34. Michael / Aug 22 2012 4:48 pm

    What a scaming , they should be arrested and criminally charged. Try sending mail back damn mail right back in my po box.

  35. Susan / Jul 26 2012 8:37 pm

    I am in total agreement. My mother has given hundreds if not thousands to all these wonderful people. They even have Indian children schools begging for money. I don’t know how to make it stop. Unfortunately she is in early stages of Alzheimers or Dementia. I’ve moved her to a independent assisted living facilty. Have taken her checkbook, credit cards & bank account over. Today after 3 months thinking we’re free & clear I find a charge from Vanguard Documenting Agency. I will turn this over to the bank based on what I found on this site & others. Also beware of US Financial Solutions based in Orlando, Winter Park FL area. They are also a scam & currently our case is being investigated by the state’s attorney’s office. But for every 1 they put out of business probably hundreds pop up to replace them. It is disgusting how they stalk the elderly. I am really sick of it. Everyone who cares about their elderly keep close watch on them.

  36. harry / Jun 15 2012 4:57 am

    these people are worse than flesh eating parisites,i was a fool and sent 20 00to about 3 of these scams to see what would happen and now recive at least 15 a week for all kinds of names and places dont be fooled ,now i have to send more and more just to stay in the game or i forfet my chance to win the only one who wins are these scamers ,but there will be a day they will be on there knees in front of our lord jesus christ and they will be all alone!

  37. janet baylis / May 23 2012 9:26 am

    Thank you for all the info as we seniors love our pets and they are great companions. we dont need scams taking our monies we have when we want to provide for the dogs and cats keep up the great work and be blessed for all you do

  38. seasidepress / Apr 21 2012 2:15 pm

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  39. Betty Crawford / Apr 5 2012 10:09 am

    My mother who is 94 and in good health gets an amazing amount of these things. I tell her she is being scammed, but it seems to make no difference. Does anyone know how to get this to stop? The amount of little checks she sends seems to be slowly growing.

    • Anonymous / Jul 3 2013 10:31 am

      look up the phone number and ask them to remover her name very simple

  40. Brenda / Feb 3 2012 1:44 pm

    I too have been getting mail from Universal Research Unlimited saying that I can get an ungodly amount of money for only $20.00. I sign the things and write on them that I will pay them as soon as I get the money from them. These people should have to pay back every cent they have gotten from all of their scams.

  41. mitchell / Dec 27 2011 4:31 pm

    Good for you.I wish I could Put some of these individuals in a work program to return all the empty promises.

  42. Carmela / Dec 26 2011 2:01 pm

    thank you for your mention of Universal Research Unlimited. I was sent mail informing me that I have won Two million six hundred seventy eight thousand, three hundred ninety four dollars and all I have to do is sign and send $20 for a courier to come to my house to make delivery of said amount. What a hoax! Thank you thank you thank you for revealing the SCAMS !!! God bless you !

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