On May 6, 2007 I received a letter from Premier Random Lotto. The letter stated that my name had been pulled from a random lotto and I was entitled to $120, 000. Also, enclosed in this letter was a check for $2, 996.
This was to be used to finance your international clearance fees. These fees were to be forwarded to a "designated North America Agent". I had to do this by May 11, 2007.
Once I deposit the money into my account I would call the company and transfer the money to the agent. Within 48 hours I would receive a check by UPS or FedEX and instructions on how to cash the check.
I went to the bank on the check to cash the check and was told that the check was fraudulent. They had about fifty other people try to cash the same check for the same amount of money. I decided to cash the check and then deposit the cash into my account just to make sure it was not a scam.
Turns that is exactly what it was. I didn't a google search on the company and there is no official website. Just a lot of different fraud company sites.
I called the company back and told them that I couldn't deposit the check. They told me that their investigations agent would call me in the morning with more information. If you receive this letter stear clear.