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The Consolidated Research Authority is presently conducting the biggest fraud in the country. They are fooling innocent people into sending twenty dollars to enroll in a sweepstake. They exploit the psychology of the average American. At a particular stage of life, all individuals are saddled with loans and debts and dream of a secure and brighter future. Older people too dream of a relaxed retirement.
The Consolidated Research Authority first sends people five letters inviting one to collect varying amounts of millions of dollars for a nominal twenty-dollar fee. Many people fall for this ruse and send the initial fee. Thousands of such people sending just the initial fee also amount to several thousand dollars for this fake scheme. However one just gets loads of junk mails from other similar entities such as the Awards Entitlement Pooling System (AEPS), National Bureau of Prize Information (NBPI, Prize Reach Out (PRO), Department of Investigative Research (DIR), United States of America Patriotism Awards (USAPA), for more fantastic schemes.
The promoters of such schemes know that people work hard to earn money to live comfortably. They tempt such people with letters claiming to give away millions of dollars in prizes. At such a time, even a rational person is taken in by the tall claims and is ensnared in the deceitful schemes. In such a situation, the sweepstakes seems like an answer to one’s prayers and a solution to all problems.
One must be wary of such schemes, which are just a waste of one’s time and effort. One scheme leads to another and one ends up wasting hard-earned money on fictitious schemes. One must therefore tread carefully and think hard before investing any money in such schemes.
One must learn from the experience of others who have had the misfortune of losing money to such scamsters. One must report the activities of such organizations to the federal security agencies and the local consumer bureaus for effective redressal of one’s complaints. Only then can one put an end to such degrading and exploitative schemes.
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