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Net Direct Electronics

Net Direct Electronics

A cardboard electronics box

Net Direct Electronics claim you are a cash award recipient in the US$10,000 International Sweepstakes.

As an added bonus, you can also purchase a Bell & Howell Rechargeable Shaver and Trimmer at the special publicity campaign price of US$29.95 plus $4.95 in postage and handling. You will also receive a free genuine leather passport holder.

Net Direct Electronics (North American Data Entry Headquarters, International Order Processing Centre) looks impressive.

But make no mistake. This is just another product promotion campaign.

The official cash award rules state that this is a sweepstake. There are two US$10,000 and three US$2,500 prizes on offer. All other entrants receive US$1.

So what are the chances you will get the US$10,000. No WA ScamNet contributors have ever reported receiving the grand prize. The best you can hope for is US$1.

Bell & Howell is a legitimate company. Their website is currently selling the same shaver for $19.95. It is always wise to shop around before you buy.

Interestingly, Net Direct Electronics New York mailing address is the same mailing address for Digital Worldnet and International Shipping Depot. Both companies feature on WA ScamNet.

The letters are bulk mailed from Indonesia.


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