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Windsor-Morgan & Parker
UBI SCAM "Guaranteed Delivery Statement". $5,000 prize. "Contest of Skill" Robina Town Centre

I recieved a letter today from "UBI Payment Services" saying that I am guaranteed to receive $5,000 if I return the form and follow their instructions. They claim it is not a lottery or any form of gambling, but that it is a "contest of skill".

The test? Answer the puzzle question 20 5 = (circle 25, 21, or 23)

The form requires a signature authorizing payment, and the barely readable faint grey printing on the back explains that "tie-breakers" may be necessary to determine the final winner - and that photo copies of passports or state-issued IDs would be necessary.

What a SCAM!

Clearly there is no skill involved and an untold number of hopeful/gullible people will respond - which will certainly require subsequent "tie-breakers" - so there is no guarantee.

What do you have to lose?

1) Postage or fax fees to Australia

2) The faint print on the back of the letter indicates that Windsor-Morgan will make their mailing list available to other "carefully screened companies". Returning their letter will indicate that they've found *a live one* - and you'll eventually receive Junk Mail from EVERYONE - including more scam artists.

3) You will be giving your full name, address, and SIGNATURE to unknown persons - who could conceivably forge any variety of documents in your name.

4) If you send them a copy of your passport or driver's license - they will also have sensitive data that could be used for IDENTITY THEFT.


Offender: Windsor-Morgan & Parker

Country: Australia   City: Queensland
Address: PO Box 4805

Category: Miscellaneous

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