This company called Homelife Trust mailed my husband a plain, white legal sized envelope without a return address. In it was a letter with a check for almost $3500.00. The letter congratulated him and stated that after searching their database of 500, 000 recent homebuyers across the country, he was 1 of 100 selected winners from their no obligation stimulus incentive sweepstakes.
This sweepstakes total value was $3, 483, 330.00, funds made available through charital donations and so on. In order for my husband to receive the remainder of his prize, he was to call the agent Mrs. Sharon Andrews at 1-951-402-3204 before a particular upcoming date or he would forfeit his prize. The letter also outlined that the check he received would cover almost all of the 9% tax rate he would pay on his winnings.
By calling the agent, he would then have to secure a bond to receive the remainder of his prize, then they would issue his prize to him by cashier's check, money order or wire transfer to his preferred bank and this bank information he would provide at that time.
The letter was from Tim Michaels.