Northern Trust Erie Pennsylvania Review

I received a letter with a return address in North York, Canada, but the letterhead stated this company was located in Chicago, IL. That’s what drew my suspicion at first. A “very believable check”” from JP Morgan Chase Bank was included for $985.20. Upon reading the letter

I was informed that I had won a sweepstakes for being a Walmart customer. Well I do enter several sweepstakes and always submit to the survey at the bottom of my Walmart receipt. Therefore I assumed I had finally won something in my 60 years of life. Congratulations to me!!! I was to call 1-888-425-0930 and ask for Mark Taylor. He would instruct me as to how to collect my winnings. “”Winnings”” I was going to receive more than the $985.30. It was my lucky day. So I did exactly that. I called Mark Taylor. A very nice woman answered the phone announcing “”Good afternoon

Northern a Trust. How can I help you?”” So far

so good I was then connected to Mark Taylor. That’s when my balloons started popping. Mark had a very thick foreign accent telling me I had won $49

260.00. I was unable to understand his broken English the first time he told me. So he repeated the prize amount again. All I had to do was send him a check for $800.00 to cover the taxes for this large sum of money. He would then send me the winnings. He also informed me that the check I had already received was to cover these expenses

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