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Answered: Is United Prize Center a scam

There have been many complaints about United Prize Identification Center of Linden, NJ asking for $20 before they will send you a prize. And of course they never send you anything.

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Thanks for your answer, One of the 5 stamps was a first addition Louisiana Purchase(1800s) and was worth several thousand dollars. There were four others and I have copies of them. They offered to send them to me or keep them in there gas filled vault. I elected the latter. This may have been a ...

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I found an ad on a CPA site "Selling accounting practice in Kamloops BC" with an email of hollye@shaw.ca. That doesn't sound like a scam, but who knows.

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Doing reverse phone lookup at http://youphonelookup.com/ can help you to know the owner of that number.

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Your question is not clear. What service stopped? Is it an AOL service? The usual reason for a service stopping is that you did not pay the bill.
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Everyone is talking about! Join Daily Draws everyday to Win Amazing

Never heard about it. If you want to talk about auctions, go to Ritchie Brothers. Before you go, be sure you have a need for the sort of gear they sell, that your business is in good enough shape to bid six figures confidently, and that you really ARE a player. Anything smaller than that isn't ...

A compnay wants to pay me to translate poor english into good english

Larry, most of these money making schemes make money for a scammer somewhere, not for you. If you want to check into this further, try this test. If they ask for money for a ''sign-up fee'' or something similar, it's a scam. If they simply send you some material to proof read, proof it and send ...

Scam or Real?

Notice that instead of telling you whether the email was bogus, the great AOL customer service rep simply gave you a link to a source which also doesn't answer your question. Typical AOL.

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Unfortunately there are many scams involving fake checks. Sometimes it is an overpayment for something you are selling, sometimes it is a "secret shopper" scam. Often they want you to wire them some money, before the check gets returned unpaid.