Bogus sweepstakes, when you’re not really a big winner

I thought this article was important because you want to make sure you are never paying to enter or win a sweepstakes or contest.

Bogus sweepstakes, when you’re not really a big winner by Joe Ducey

“A few months back, Helen Hill started getting notices in the mail about big winnings. She says at first she thought she won a lot of money. After reading it, she thought it was a little strange that she had to send a fee, but she gave it a shot. She sent them $10.”

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There are thousands of legitimate sweepstakes for you to enter. Make sure you read the official rules before you enter. One of the first things a legitimate sweepstakes will tell you is that there is no purchase necessary to win.

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  1. I got a text on my phone that said I won a $100. voucher for walmart. I called and after asking my name and address. The then asked for a credit card number to cover shipping. $4.98 for shipping for a voucher. I’m new at this but shipping cost for a sweepstakes sounds fishy !!!

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