Finanacial Freedom Group

I’m 78 years old. I got a call from Tony Wimpers who said they were having a sweepstakes drawing. Then I got a second call from 786-530-3963, Seth Davis, who said my name had been drawn along with 3 others. He said my share of the winnings was $693,000.00. He said someone else would call me. A third call came from James Kennedy, from 609-225-4218, from JP Capital Group Incorporated, he said he was a bank in NJ. He said because it was such a large amount of money, I would have to open an account with them. He told me to go to my bank and get a cashiers check for $2500.00. He said to go to the post office and send the check to JP Capital Group Inc, 1512 Palisade Ave, Ste 2K, Fort Lee, NJ 07024. He said not to say anything to my bank, but to tell them that I was paying a bill. He said I needed the deposit to open the account. I told him I went to the bank and got the check, and went to post office and sent it by regular mail. He called back later and said it would take 2-3 days to arrive, but that he would call back. He said I would get my $2500 back on January 24th, because they would send it back to me by Federal Express.

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