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National Fulfillment Advisors

Country United States
State New York
City Jackson Heights
Address 37-63 83rd Street PMB 103

National Fulfillment Advisors Reviews

Most Useful Comment
  • May 4, 2016


Really!! If I "wOn" why do I need to pay NFA $20.00 processing fee. Ha, Ha, Ha, just deduct your $20.00 from my "WINNINGS" and send me a check for $1,559,980.00

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  • Aug 15, 2016


take it out of the check

  • Jun 28, 2016

Lotto winnings Waymond cobb

I am poor please take the twenty dallor from my winnings [email protected]

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  • Aug 16, 2016

Received letter informing me that I am a cash prize winner of $1,560,000.00. Am guarenteed to receive a check for entire winnings in lump sum. Need to send $20.00 cash, check, money order. Wrote on response that I would pay 1% of amount when check received, which is more than the $20.00 requested. Sent no money. In the past year I have received over 30 letters like this and that total if paid is over $185 million and in each response I added the 1% pay back. NNo money receivedso far. Not holding my breath.

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  • Sep 1, 2016

National Fulfillment Advisors

How are they able to get away with this for so long? I could understand if they are the ones in Holland or Vienna Austria being so far away, but they are right here in the USA,New York, Florida and more, taking advantage of the humble and the elderly like my 80+yr old mother. I just found out that she has been sending money to all these deferent places for over a year now. You see,she started to show signs of Alzheimer's a while back. So when she gets all of the new ones,she gets so excited because she thinks that she won all this money. So she sends them more money, forgetting about all the other one's she still hasn't gotten.l'm so mad about this! So from now on, when I see them in the mail l'll put them right in to the shredder

  • May 11, 2016

I recieved a letter from national fulfillment advisors that started off saying 'you have won $1,560,000.00' i was instructed to send $20 to documentation process and a check in the mentioned amount was waiting to be sent out to me. I have 14 days to respond. I became suspicous and wanted to contact the company and find out if this was legitimate and if i had actually won this money because i would definitely send them $20 to receive the prize money. It was then i noticed there was no phone number or email address to contact national fulfillment advisors. I read your page and became angry when i read about the man who received the same invitation but that the address had been slightly changed. I suppose it would be difficult to catch these scammers but as much effort should be put in to do so because everyone is hoping for the american dream and to win such a sweepstakes is cool but for it to be a lie its very, very bad. I wish i had known about your organization when i was contacted by email by some guy claiming to be a barrister in london england,looking for a surviving heir for a multi-millionaire who had died and there was no one to collect his millions until they located me. They needed my personal information to give to the banks and courts in order to get the millions of dollars released to me. I googled and found it was not only a scam they had been doing it for years to americans. You guys keep up your work to protect the consumers from people who have no intention of making an honest living but spend their time making up scams

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  • Dec 31, 2015

I received this letter stating that if I would send them $20 that they would send me a check from NFA in the amount of $1,560,000.00 that I supposedly won as a cash prize for a sweepstakes I had not entered. They want me to send them the $20 along with the acceptance form that they sent me signed with my signature. I am not sure what they are trying to do other than collect $20 from as many people as they possibly can. After researching this online I have found that several other people have received this same exact letter. Reports have been filed against this scam on this website and other scam websites by other individuals who had received this exact same letter. I did not send any money to them because I knew it was a scam as soon as I seen they were asking for money and the fact I had not entered to win any type of sweepstakes.

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  • Oct 3, 2016

The National Fulfillment Advisor AKA NFA send a sweepstakes "winning" letter that stated that I had won 1.5 million. In order to claim the price I had to sign it and send 20 dollars back for delivery fees.

  • Sep 17, 2016

On or about June 2, 2016 I received a letter telling me I won 1,560,000.00 in a sweepstakes. A guaranteed winner. Just sign my name and send 20.00 for processing fee and the money is on the way. I signed the papers and sent 20.00. I kept copies to maybe sue them for the amount.

I don't have to tell you what a jerk i feel like. I just discoverd this site.

  • Aug 30, 2016

I had recieved a document stating I won a large sum of money. I needed to send in $20.00 for processing fee. Which i did. I sent in a money order on August 18,2016 I haven't heard from them as yet.

  • Aug 22, 2016

Fancy Junk Mail in the Real Mail

Looks pretty convincing. Nice logo on envelope and printed color paper certificate with fancy fonts. Looks official with the listing number, status, amount won and they personalized it by actually using my name. Very rarely in my e-mail do they ever use my name. It's usually "attention beneficiary" or "Dear Sir or Madam" and when I respond to them (for amusement) I ask them if they are sure they have contacted the correct person because they never used my name. Their response, if they do,is always with the wrong name. So to see my name was a false sense of belief. Right at the top of the page it states "You Have Won". and the prize listing number "designates you as a Cash Prize Winner!". But if you read it carefully they use the words "can, could, may, might, if, must", and really what they want your $20.00 for is for the NFA free sweepstakes opportunities report they are supposed to generate and send to you after you buy it. It says all that stuff and more on the back of the fancy certificate like "You have not won any money or prize" and " Please be informed your information will be shared with a third party" so the best thing to do is throw this away or if you want more junk send it back filled out without sending money. Their mail bill must be huge.

  • Aug 19, 2016

Was sent a letter Stating I won a Monterey prize of 1,560,000$ and that the only way to claim it was to send the attached document and 20$ either by cash, check or money order.

  • Aug 16, 2016

Figured As Much

It's sort of like asking for a security deposit to receive a loan or funds of any kind. You send them $20 and never hear from them again. If only 1000 people fall for it they made a lot of money. I received the same letter, first thing I did was to look them up and found all the 'good' reviews. Don't fall for this kind of scam, wish they would get caught and given a long time behind bars.

  • Aug 15, 2016


I have gotten the same 20 for 156000.00 but the a dress is37-63 83rd Street PMB 163 Jackson Heights, NY. 11372

  • Jul 29, 2016

I received a letter in envolope that looked like it came from the Publishing Clearing House Sweepstakes department. The letter looked so, legit in the form of a certification with a prize number listed. And in the letter it read that you was GUARANTEED to received $1,560,000.00. Once you sign the documentation acceptance form to authorize delivery of your CASH PRIZE. And participation papers for $,560,000.00. Upon receipt, they would be contacting me. The document that they was asking you to return required you to send $20 payable to NFA.

  • Jul 16, 2016

They asked me to sign a form a send 20 dollars so they could send me a chexk in the amount of $1,560,000.00

They send me a letter informing i was a cash prise winner of 156000.00 dollars. They informed i needed to send them 20 for processing this award. The address provided is a UPS store location. They have box #103. I hope these people get caught.

  • Jun 7, 2016


I got the same letter a couple of days ago, asking me for $20.00 processing fee and the I would get my winnings of 1,560,000,000. I didn't enter into any sweepstakes like this. So rediculous!!!

  • Jun 6, 2016


I recieved the same letter. I knew it was a scam. This is like the 5th one in less than 2 weeks. From different places.

  • May 7, 2016

As cash prize winner of a single lump sum 1560000.00 I can only win by sending money and my signature. The reason for winning is not listed and no contact info except a physical mailing address. I have not entered this sweepstakes although I am in the running for a real sweepstakes of 2 million. Could it be possible this company preys on the potential winners of real sweepstakes only to have them pay 20 dollars so that that they can then take the true winners real sweepstakes? It's starting to become a possibility to look into because it is not that hard for me to figure out here what these idiots are trying to do.

  • Jan 20, 2016

Feel scanned

I got the same letter asking for a fee of $20.00 now they want $30.00 more.

  • Jun 7, 2016

Calm Down and Think

Calm down, sleep, think. Save your money.

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