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Prosperity International

Prosperity International

A sack with a dollar sign on itOFFICIAL AUDITOR'S STATEMENT

"ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS RETURN FORM P67-W NOW TO RECEIVE YOUR MONEY."

Kathy Jacobs of Prosperity International's Internal Audit and Control Unit wrote to Western Australians for the first time, notifying them that a recent audit confirmed that the individuals who received her (identical) letters had not claimed up to $6,000.00 in prizes that they had apparently won in Cash Giveaways.

To encourage you to claim your entitlements, Prosperity International's Management even agreed to offer you the chance to purchase a Gold Plated Pen and Pencil set for $49.50 (plus postage).

When you read the Official Rules you are told that the the odds of winning the $6,000.00 in Prosperity International Cash Draw's Category One are 1:500,000. Hang on!  Didn't the letter say you'd already won, but failed to claim the money?

If it looks too good to be true, it probably is…!

 


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