American Gaming Sweepstakes

Received a call from Amanda Perry who said she,was from consumer affairs in DC. I had won second place $975,000 in an American Gaming Sweepstakes and they had sent me 3 letters about it. She wanted to schedule a time for them to come out and get documentation. Asked if it was a scam, or if i would have to pay money, she said no. Wanted to know if we wanted cameras or to do this privately. Set a date for them to come today, of course they didn’t show. I am 91, and thinks it’s despicable to target the elderly.

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