Miscellaneous SCAMs...and how to avoid them!

Lies, Fakery, Greed and Tomfoolery

A collection of mailed SCAMs

Quotations from a (6 Red Flag rated) SCAM letter sent by: “Sweepstakes Clearinghouse”

Please remember, the images below are from the SCAM letter of “Sweepstakes Clearinghouse” _not_ by mailscamalert.com.

a division of Allied Marketing Group, Inc.
Image of Sweepstakes Clearinghouse logo Image of letter header Image of 3300 Watt Generator

A $689.95 “3300 Watt Generator” for only $279.95!

Yet another “Steelcraft” branded product! At least I found something about this specific product. However, the information is at complaints.com and as you might expect, the information is mostly about how the generator won’t start, won’t work or how “Sweepstakes Clearinghouse” won’t help. Just that one page has seven instances of problems out of the ten posts. And one of the ‘non-complaints’ was a suggestion on how to try to start the thing!

The site above offers some good insight into what kind of help you can expect from “Sweepstakes Clearinghouse,” in my opinion. Just remember, they are part of a marketing company, their objective is to sell something and make money. Period! They don’t actually make any of the products in the mailing, they are simply a ’middle man’ for the manufacturer. And there is actually no information as to who that manufacturer might be.

The comments at the above site further convince me that all the products in this mailing are sub-par or second-rate and probably worth much less than ever their ‘discounted’ prices.

Click on one of the small images below to see a larger version and any information I was able to find on it.

Image of luggage set Image of bike set Image of laptop Image of all-in-one computer Image of printer_and_camera Image of gold watches Image of 42inch TV Image of security system Image of 5-in-1 cordless tool Image of 1,501 tool set
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