Attorney general warns of telephone lottery scam
BISMARCK -- The state's top attorney said Tuesday that "if you are asked to send money before you can receive your prize, it is always a scam."
Millions of dollars have been stolen from people around the country by callers based in Jamaica claiming people have won a cash lottery prize and then requiring them to pay various taxes and fees before receiving the prize.
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