Award Notification Commission Mi 520 19 23

Country United States
State American Samoa

Award Notification Commission Mi 520 19 23 Reviews

Most Useful Comment
  • Nov 25, 2014

Do you feel lucky, or smart?

The official-looking notification from the Award Notification Commission asks for $12.99 to verify you have the winning number. Fine print...the number may or may not exist, the "prize" may or may not be awarded, and your odds are 1 in 300,000,000 of having that matching number. Their odds are 100% of getting the $12.99, if you're gullible enough to fall for their SCAM!

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  • Nov 5, 2016

Award Notification Letter.

Nice Try!! I recieved the same Award Notification Letter.It's such an obvious fraud, pay $12.99 to recieve 1 mil. plus!!

Com On Man!!!

  • Jul 26, 2016

Not so lucky,Am kinda smart

I too looked it up.To bad you can't arrest these people !!!!. SCAM!

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  • Jan 31, 2016

Certified Award and Provision of Payment

Received a letter requesting a premium offer fee due for delivery $12.99, with $1,327,940.00 fake check attached. Scam written all over letter. Signature on check is fake. Tear the letter up. This is a scam. If you won that money, the would not ask for $12.99. They would take the $12.99 out of the million received. SCAM, SCAM. Wake up folks!

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  • Feb 22, 2016

Certified Award and Provision of Payment

I received the same letter. Knew for sure it was a scam when I reached the requirement to pay $12.99 Acquisition Fee (add $3.00 for special express processing). Can't something be done to to stop and punish these people? I know they prey on elder people and that's unfair and cruel.

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  • Oct 4, 2016

Me 2!!!!

I received the same letter. There are so many red flags on this I lost count and started using a high-lighter pen.

There are more than five business addresses and two or three websites associated with this "award." Complaints and warnings on the internet about this Larry Hourd guy go back years. Trash like this guy should not be tolerated.

I called the FBI and was directed to The Postal Inspector Service because they handle mail fraud, wire fraud, etc. The representative took the info and assigned a case confirmation number. Maybe this guy could actually get caught if enough people filed their complaints with them. You can contact them at 1(800) 275-8777.

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  • Feb 25, 2015

Fraudulent Letter

I know that this is a fraudulent letter from Award Notification Commission/Commissioner of Judging - Processing Division of PO Box 2905 Kansas City, KS 66110. I contacted the Attorney General of Kansas and I want a Class Action Suit againt these people to be filed. I'm sick and tired of them getting away with fraud and people sending the amount requested. My letter was asking for $11.89 as an Acquisition FEE for processing. The letter stated that I WON 41,230,946.00. I WANT MY MONEY THAT I WON. Also I am sending a letter back to them telling them to take the $11.89 fee out of my winning proceeds and to forward me the balance. I know I will never hear from them agian, but that is what I do. Or better yet, I will come in person and pick up my winnings and pay them on the spot! LOL Anyway I want something done about this. You try and get a PO Box without a ligitimate physical address and the post office won't let you so how do they do this? Fraud team go and sit at the PO location and pick up these sorry A_ _ and have them pay me my WINNINGS or put them in JAIL!

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  • Jul 28, 2017

awards scamm

This crap stuff only makes some UNKNOWNs rich at 12.99 each...I figure at least a million people will send in their money for this scam. Tell your friends...

  • Feb 24, 2016

Fraudulent Letter

I too have received this letter wanting 12.99 for express delivery. I did not send .01 to these theives. I received it yesterday 02/22/2016. I have won $1,327.940.00 I would really love getting my money. My husband is disabled due to cancer, I could sure use it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • May 14, 2015

bad people

i also received a letter from them stating i won 2 million dollars and i sent them a check for 11.89. i reported them also to pch. i hope they catch these nasty people also.god will deal with them. people need to be aware of these people. and they have you write a check to anc. please dont waste your money on this . i was told if you win pch they come to your home on a suprise. and you never have to pay any money to anyone. please keep this in mind. ive learned a lession. and will never send anyone any money.

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  • Jul 29, 2014

I recieveied a envolop in the mail and opened it up and it said i was i a winner

of a $ 1,140,000.00. I Just wnet on line to do some reshearch and was made aware of the scam......

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  • Dec 22, 2014

i just recieve the anc award letter also

I am glad that I check out the review first, thanks for posting that this so call winning is a scam...

the letter looks to real. but as you read the entire letter you will notice that their is not a real address or name of a company any were . thanks again for sharing

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  • Mar 25, 2016


Again, another scam. I agree that these people should be dealt with.

I almost did this and I don't believe I'm stupid, which led me to this site.

As a retored person, I certainly could use the money. Why does our goverment allow these people to continue?

There are comments on here from 2014. It's now 2016.

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  • Mar 29, 2016

Salinas, CA

I too like many others received this certified award winning letter asking me to send $ 11.89 plus an additional $ 3.00 for a total of $ 14.89...?... to enter this BS scam contest oh yea also offers Option A Lump Sum Check for $ 1,327,940.oo or Option B $ 66,666.66 for 30 Years ( Total $ 2,000,000.00 ) thanks for putting this information online.....I hate to think people actually fall for this...Bastards !

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  • Apr 3, 2015

Tried to get me too~ OKC, Oklahoma

I just got this official LOOKING letter as well and I know dang well if you're a winner of any kind of cash that you don't have to send in one red cent to collect the winnings. BUT note that it says Reply Reqested Within: 7 days......but there is NO date of generation of this letter and companies (real or not) never keep track of the generation date because going through their system to match every reply takes too long.

The best thing to do if you just can't resist trying your luck on those 300,000,000 to 1 odds is to send the paperwork back explaining that they can take it out of the winnings. If you tell them that and it just so happens that you are that 1 out of 300,000,000 with the winning number then good for you, but I hope you didn't send them any bank information. I wonder if everyone who got this letter would do that, a legitimate company would have to do that or face serious issues with whichever government agency audits them (which is what happens with REAL companies).

Plus taxes are always automatically deducted when you win the state lotteries, so why are they not being deducted from this as well? Being stuck with taxes from 2M or $1,230,946.00 is a crap ton of money.

Let me in on this lawsuit, lemme know what happens ([email protected]).

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  • Jun 27, 2017

Received an official looking letter in the mail saying that i just won $1,325,000.00. Nothing tells me how i won?? They want $12.99 so they can send me the money???

  • Apr 25, 2017

They are still at it.

I have received the same thing with judgement for maximum of $2M across 30 years or $1.3M in lump some. Boy, I wish they could make this illegal and find these people who pray on those who can't afford $11.89 to go into debt thinking, dreaming, and hoping to make their lives better. I didn't follow it, but it's the first thought you get when you start to open until reality hits and it just makes you sick. They have no heart or soul, just monsters

  • Mar 30, 2017

Going on too long

I've found complaints at least going back to 2009 online. It seems no one has the will to really search out these scumbags. If I had a physical address (even though I live in FL) I would make the drive and confront these criminals.

This is just one of the many manipulative scams that prey on peoples hopes and fears. The elderly are particularly vulnerable to these scams. My father (85 years old) received three solicitations in the mail from these f**kers in one day!

I filed a complaint with the postal inspectors, but don't expect a single thing to change. If anyone has an inkling of the true physical address of these scammers. Share it and I think we could get at least a few dozen people to show up at their doors with tar and feathers.

  • Mar 6, 2017

This Scam Continues

It smelled like a scam as soon as I opened the envelope, stating, "... Congratulations, You Have Just Won $1,325,000.00" - just send $12.99 for an "Acquisition Fee" or an extra $3.00 for "Special Rush Processing" (total = $15.99). I hope that anyone who receives these offers does a bit of checking on websites such as this - I hate to hear of unaware citizens who are taken in by these unscrupulous scammers. Additionally, I have never received anything like this before replying to a Publisher's Clearing House sweepstakes offer which, I'm sure, will also never return any "prizes". But I'm currently unemployed and desperate.

  • Apr 26, 2017

is thrid one I have received & sorry to say I paid $12.99 on the first one. No way to contact them to inform them that I paid already. What can we do to stop this?

0 star bad bad

  • Aug 9, 2016

This notice is asking for person banking information and it is required to pay a fee of $11.89 to get the information.

It also states that they will deposit the $1,327,940.00 into any account in the world, tax free. Or they will pay $66,666.66 per year for 30 years with the same offer of tax free when you deposit it into an account anywhere in the world.

The name that they give is larry hourd.

It also states that no purchase is necessary. Purchase will not increase chance of winning.

  • Mar 22, 2016

We all know better!

Since we are losing our house, we both have suspended licences, and a ton of other bills we cant pay, this could have been that miracle for us. But come on now, even if we had the extra $12.99 to send whats the chances. Really didn't need another let down, so I threw it away. :{

  • Feb 24, 2016

Scam for an award!

  • Feb 22, 2016

Award Notification Commission Mi 520 19 23 Reviews

This page has let me see what ANC is all about...a scam.

I won't be sending them $11.89 in order to get my $1,327,940.00.

I'm glad all you people have posted online.

  • Aug 21, 2015

ANC Larry Hourd

Shame on all connected with this scam.

Older adults wishing to have their dreams come true send their $12.99 fee to this group in hopes of winning something.

Suggestion to all of you involved with this program;

Stop taking advantage of your fellow man.

If you are a believer you know this is wrong.

Those who do not believe can feel within their hearts that taking money no matter how small under the pretense of the person winning anything in return is wrong.

Stop praying on your fellow man.Leave these people and hopefully they will change their ways.

  • Jul 28, 2015

I received that same letter!

The letter asked for $12.99. Why can't something be done about this. If there is anything I can do, please let me know. They should not be able to get away with this!! Thank you!!

  • May 5, 2015

signal hill ca.

Just received the notification today,, glad i came online to read it was a scam, why doesn't the attorney general prosecute these scam artists?? anyway thanks for the heads up

  • Jun 9, 2015

bad breeds bad... Good needs Good

Time for a class action suite! Those ********! - jbdp

  • Mar 23, 2015

these people are scamming folks out of 11.89 each but makes no promises about the "award" ever being distributed. odds 1 in 300,000,000? give me a break!!!

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