According to the order, announced December 18, the defendants mailed fake prize notifications addressed to the victim, telling them that they had won a cash prize. Victims were tricked into paying $25 to receive the supposed $1 million cash prize, which never materialized. Some victims were tricked into making repeated payments, adding up to significant sums. Along with fraudulently collecting these payments, the defendants allegedly sold consumers’ personal information to other marketers.
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