Two men recently scammed an elderly man out of $19,000 by claiming that they had a winning lottery ticket. The two men approached the elderly man outside of a Family Dollar in Haines City, Florida, and, speaking Spanish, told him they had a winning lottery ticket they would give him in exchange for $19,000 in cash. The two men drove the man to a Bank of America where he withdrew $10,000 cash from a teller and then drove him to another Bank of America, where he took out $9,000 cash. The two scammers then told the elderly man to go back into the bank to get a form, but by the time he had returned, the men were gone. If you have been the victim of a lottery scam, please call our law offices today at 312-332-4200 to speak to an attorney about your options of recovering. The call to us is free with no obligation.

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