I was contacted by the American Dream Network by a male identifying himself as Kevin Baker Telephone #(702-605-5858),claiming that I had won a prize of $850,000 tax free and I would have to provide $4200 to have a life insurance policy provided by Lloyd’s of London in the US. I didn’t have that amount,so Baker claimed that the policy could be handled internationally through San Jose, Costa Rica. Four Moneygrams were sent out from Wal*Mart in Roseville, MN between 11/30/16 to 12/8/16 to pay the cost of this so called policy from San Jose, Costa Rica to the United States, delivery to provided by Brinks Private Security in the amount of $3732 plus transfer fees. During that time, I spoke to a women who identified herself as Ruth Castro Mena Tel number(703)740-4447. Two Moneygram recipients were Jonathan Torres Cardenas dated 11/30 and 12/8, Ruth Castro Mena received the other two Moneygrams on 12/5 and 12/7. I never spoke to Jonathan Torres Cardenas, so he may not exist.
I filed a complaint 2 days ago. Today, I recieved a call from Ruth Castro Mena Telephone Number 703-740-4447 at 11:32am and returned it at 1156am. Supposedly, I was to receive $2.35 million from American Dream Network and the prize and so called paperwork. The prize was to be delivered via aircraft from San Jose, Costa Rica to Miami, FL and then to MSP airport. Supposedly, the two couriers were involved in an accident in Miami with the car they were in catching fire. Per Ms. Castro Mena, one courier is in critical condition and the other is in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and there would be another deduction needed. I told her to figure it out and call me back. Could someone at ScamPulse.com do something or forward this information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation? These scammers have left an electronic trail somewhere.