In the past three weeks I’ve received two calls from Publisher’s Clearing House. The first call informed me that I had won $3 million dollars in the monthly senior sweepstakes.
I could barely understand the man (it was obvious English wasn’t his first language).
The second call, (Jan. 19 at 10:30 p.m.) from a nice young lady named Angie at Publishers Clearing House in New York informed me that I had won $3.5 million dollars in the monthly Senior Sweepstakes.
I was to call and give them all necessary information so they could deposit my winnings in my bank account.
And here I was under the impression that they came to your door with a film crew and presented the money in person to be shown later on TV.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t remember the number I was instructed to call.
So, I don’t suppose I’ll get the money.
Oh well, easy come, easy go. By the way, I haven’t entered any Publisher’s Clearing House sweepstakes in years.
Makes one wonder how I won.
Editor’s note: The Arizona Attorney General’s Office offers information about a variety of scams targeting Arizona seniors. Learn more at azag.gov.
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