The top ten business scams of 2011
#9 - Top sweepstakes and lottery scam »2 of 10 «
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You won! Not. The scammer says you won a ton, and to collect all you need to do is send a smaller amount of money. Don’t let celebrity or company endorsements fool you. Real sweepstakes are supposed to be promotions — go to the real website of the company and check it out.
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