Nexus Lottery Pool

Devin –

Victim Location 92008

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

First indication that something is wrong was the address given as Seattle, Washington but the letter was mailed in New York, NY.

When I opened the envelope It was clearly computer generated -claimed dated on Oct. 25 but did not reach me until November 13. The Postal Office is NOT that slow that I know. It claimed I had one a lifetime award of $3000/month for a total of 25 years – which would make me over 100 which is not likely – and in red it "warned me" that if I do not contact them after getting the letter the check will be unclaimed and will be cancelled. License on the letter was shown as 852961……John P. Davidson, President. Shut this outfit down, if you can. It is a scam directed at seniors, many of them desperate for additional funds. I saw three other reports on this scam, (I suspect) two of them in 2019 (August and September) Please list this company by name for easier access by more unsophisticated users of the website. Thank you for al you do.

Stephen –

Victim Location 65066

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I had received a letter saying that I had won a lottery though Nexus. Apparently my name had been selected to win $3000 a month for the next 25 years. I called and they asked me to verify my name and telephone number and they would start the process. I would be receiving a letter with a check in the mail soon. They didn’t ask anything else but the whole thing seemed sketchy. License number *** – John ** *** President. 1501 *** *** *** *** Seattle Washington 98101 USA.

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