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Lottery Scam in the Postal Mail / Mailbox:
Capital Distribution Group
720 King St. W. Suite 514, Toronto, On. M5V 3S5"

Did you receive a letter in the mail from Capital Distribution Group with the contact information: 720 King St. W. Suite 514, Toronto, On. M5V 3S5? They may say you will receive a genuine diamond and sapphire stone pendant with chain all layered in 14 karat gold and a check for 6,000 if you send a payment of 19.95 for processing and delivery. It is a scam!

 Also see this page for a sample in the UK.

Below are emails from site visitors about scams they have received in the mail. The scammers often use the name "Sandy Peterson".

Emails from site visitors about postal scam letters:

Here is one sent through the post from the "Capital Distribution Group" on April 24, 2008:

I received a notification that needed responding to within 7 days. I needed to send in 19.95 and they would send me some pearl earings and a check worth 9,000. The company name is Capital Distribution Group. The address on the letter is 720 King St. W. Suite 514, Toronto, On. M5V 3S5

Can you please check into this for me and send me an email to let me know if this is a scam or not?

Names of Scam / Fake / Fraud Lottery 

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