Ingelheim (ots) - A 73-year-old Ingelheimer announced on Wednesday at 15:58 p.m. that a lady had just called her and said that she had won 39.000. They want to come by with a notary and hand over the money. A short time later a woman called again and said that she would be over in half an hour. The caller could decide whether she wanted to go to the bank to deposit the money straight away. In the end, nobody turned up at the lady who wanted to pay her any winnings.
The Ingelheim police warn of so-called "lottery promises" and advise you to contact the police in such situations.
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Originally written by: Police inspection Ingelheim
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