That’s the amount that victims mostly seniors and other vulnerable individuals shell out in advance for supposed taxation and processing charges so they can pick up their “winnings,” which, of course, never arrive.
And despite stories appearing in local media every day about these costly con tricks, there’s apparently no shortage of people still prepared to believe they’ve really won.
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