It sure sounds like it.Because,go figure,if you really had won money,you would have it now,instead of some twinkie letter telling you you dont have it.Next they will ask you to PAY something for some reason,like to MAKE SURE it gets delivered.Nickel and Dime con men.Thats what they sound like to me.
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I just received a letter today with a destruction deadline of March 5th. It also was for a check amount of 829,919.00 and I would send the money immediately if there were someone else out there who has actually received a check after sending in their 20.00 delivery fee.
I've always heard that if I win, I win and that if I am asked for money then it probably is not real. Although, ruthkioi9 has peaked my interest.
If it was real they would deduct all fees before giving the check to you .Re: taxes or delivery fees and legal fees. No actual cash should leave your hands if it is legit, Maybe your signature allowing the deduction of such fees and to finalize your receiving the check. Oh, one more thing did you actually enter anything or did someone die ? Why did you win of all the people in the world ? Did they just like your name? NO, no, no,