Answer a question and hand over your money.
Comes in a yellow envelope endorsed with "Important message for (your name)"
By sending them $10 and answering a question that no one would get wrong you can win $50,000.
The Prize Director, William Mercer, doesn't draw your attention to the 2,100 word conditions over the page. Send your $10 to the charity of your choice, you will at least get the reward of knowing your money is helping someone worthy and not lining the pockets of Mr Mercer.
This scam will be running a fever when WA ScamNet sends them their link and asks them to leave WA Consumers alone.
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