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Award Notification Commission

Country United States
State Kansas
City Kansas City
Address PO Box 2905,
Phone (913) 338-1823

Award Notification Commission Reviews

  • Aug 27, 2016

I was sent a letter stating that I had won 2 million dollars and all I need to do was sent a check for $12.99 for the mailing fee. I jumped for joy thinking it was real until I read about it online.

  • Jul 5, 2016

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Ok I received a letter from SRC (affiliaites of American Sweepstakes Publishers ) in Kansas City, KS telling me that I won 2,000,000.00 and that I have 7days to return my signed form and also sned them $26.95 along with the form . Then I will receive my Check. This is a shame that they have people like this with a company Bilking people out of there money with this fraud. I think its time for the Feds and BBB, to step in and investigate also the United States Senant should know about this Rip-Off.. My name is Michael from Patterson, California;;;;;;

  • Jul 4, 2016

The letter I received shows in large bold lettering: Urgent Notification. Also, the letter states "Contact: William MacDougal, Compliance Examiner." However, there's no contact phone number or email address or even physical address to contact Mr. MacDougal.

This letter states in capital bold typed letter: "But In Recording Your Submission, Our Document Examiner Reported That Because Of Possible Oversight, The Payment Was Not Included For The Premium Offer Delivery Listed On Your Orifinal Notification Of Funds Disbursement (Document #10335).

There are so many issues with the above statement. "The Payment Was Not Included...Listed On Your Original Notification... (Document #10335)" - This is a False statement. I never received any notification and/or Document #10335. If I had received this "Notification (Document #10335)", I would have made a copy of it for my records. I have no such record that this Notification (Document #10335) even exists.

I'm tired of receiving these untrue letters asking for money in order to be entered to win money. There should be some sort of central registry where one can sign up in order to NOT receive this type of "junk mail." Can't something be done to stop this practice??

  • Jul 1, 2016

I'm reporting that Larry Hourd and ANC is a rip off, scam whatever the hell he or they are. I'm just finding this out after I sent the money. So please anyone else who gets one of these letters saying you won 1 to 2 million dollars, be aware it's b*******.

  • Jun 29, 2016

I got a certification letter saying I won from judges authorization completed verified I'd number #86481778-490533/296044780 and to please send $12.95 and I had to reply with in 7 days Award amount-option A lump sum cash payment $1,327,940.00 Award amount option B 30 year cash annuity $2,000,000.00 Steve,Victorville Ca.

  • Jun 29, 2016

These people should be shut down

I received the same winner notification and I must admit it does look real but when it came to sending them money I know this was nothing more than someone preying on the people. How these people can keep their doors open is beyond me. They are getting away with this because of the fact you are getting a worthless coupon booklet while making worthless promises. Class Action law suit is in line for these lowlife's.

  • Jun 14, 2016

This report is to let you know what I feel like. I'm stuck at home usually 24hrs 7 days a week, I use the publishers Clearance House sweepstakes once a year, some how this company Award Notification Commission, must have some inside information on the numbers and are able to feed information to make it look like their very important mail is so much more than likely from PCH.. I forgot to mention, I'm home almost everyday with my husband because, we are both disabled, he from a couple serious accidents, myself, My Dr aren't even sure yet, it's been 6 years now and my problem has created many other problems,including depression, so to get this uplifting letter I was so close to being a winner, the least I can say is, I might actually make it through this time, So I filled out everything I needed To fill out.I asked my husband Bob to proof read it all for my, just in case I miss read anything, I finished my testing I found this angelic princess, I thought I'd loose my mind in her beautiful body mind and soul.Little did I even know it was not PCH yet. My husband brought it to my attention,and they wanted scam money in return, almost 13 dollars, I was in disbelief, I'd pay it, it's only $12. And change.we didn't agree, it caused us to disagree, I'm thinking its a misunderstanding, he googled the fake company and showed me.

I am so embarrassed.I didn't send out money, it's a Ripoff.

if I hadn't listened I'd be out of luck, this company would have access to my account

routing number and account number, who knows what could of happened.

hopefully I've learned a lesson, check first before falling victim to the scams on the Internet.

i hope this lesson helps other people like me! Pay attention, when your winning something free it's free, you need not pay for it, if it's sold free!! It's either Free, or there is no such word as free!

  • Jun 10, 2016

Received letter with what appears to be a check attatched, in the amount of $1,327,940.00 addressed to me. Its stated on second page "Official Declaration of Certified Award and Provision of Payment. In body of first letter page I am requested to send an Acquisition Fee (11.89) for Premium Offer. Remit by Cash, Check or Money Order. On second page it states mail reply only. There is No Phone Number, No internet address Only the P.O. Box 2905, Kansas City, Kansas. The check is sign by Larry Hourd (listed also in body of letter of first page) but signature is unreadable. My hope is that These people will be stopped from scamming Senior Citizens in the United States of America.

  • May 18, 2016

I recieved a letter stating that i won 1,327,940,00 lump sum on jackpot award or 2,000,000.00 through lump sum 66,666.66 per year for 30 yrs. no taxes are withheld and no commissions are due or expressed as a condition of accepting the award of cashfunds through this letter. i am required to send 11.89 payable to the office af ANC. make sure my address is correct and pick how i want my money and they will serve me officially and with all due distinction. i googled it and seams to be a scam i thought it was real it says 100 percent cash. vivian bristol indiana

  • May 16, 2016

Official looking letter from Corporate Sponsor Judging and Decisions Award Notification Commission, from P.O.Box 2905 in Kansas City, KS 66110 and "ANC- Award Notification Commission MI 520 19 23 (TD -14/7-P) JC 38022-0209385. World Headquarter, Midwest, United States of America 7800154482-1194276833 - Not Favorable or Assignable to any Alternate Party" - I have type copied what this letter states: First it states not to give this letter to anyone else for application or completion. Then goes on to say: "by madate of my professional office, the sole requirement if you and return the preselected winning number is that you respond by >>MAIL REPLY<< only, thereby enabling our judges to lodge a corporate certification statement subject to the following pending prouncement" then saying "Congratulations, You have Won $1,327,940.00". "and the Cash Funds will be paid directly to you by your option of a lump sum check for $1,327,940.00, or a larger sum a larger sum-amount of $2,000,000.00 to be remitted by annual payments of $66,666.66 per year for 30 years.""(Note: No taxes are withheld and no commissions are due or expressed as a condition of accepting the AWARD OF CASH FUNDS through this letter.) See terms and condtions." "In addition, and with extending honors on these formal proceedings, we are thrilled to announce an addendum of Premium Offer $2,500.00 gift certificate for up to 75% off online merchandise and service offerngs. Confirm your acquisition by outright option NOW by securing receipt and delivery of this Premium Offer registered in your name for direct handover." "An Acquisition FEE for Premium Offer is due and must be enclosed as required for $12.00 payable to the office of ANC. Enclose your remittance by cash, check, or money order, See page 2." "FINAL INSTRUCTIONS: All applicable check-boxers have been prepared for the completion on the bottom of page 2. Please attend to this NOW. Judging policies state that the Award cannot be issued without return of the winning pre-selected number. Moreover, we are not obligated to call you if fail to act. COMPLETE AND RETURN THE ENIRE PAGE - 2 FORM. Our office will then serve you officially and with all due distinction. Make sure your delivery address is accurate and up to date!" The Page 2 is entitled "Official Declaration of Certified Award and Provision of Payment. The scheduled Form # is 13570 - Filing Year 2016. There is an official looking seal on the left top of this Page 2 Form, and the letter that says "Corporate Judges Seal" It then asks you to select Option A or B for type of payment of the winnings. But of course you must send the $12.99 and sign. It appears many people have received this same notification. I would respectfully ask that if there is a law to stop this kind of attempt to defraud people and line the pockets of liars with hard earned dollars? I agree with the others' statements that this is particularly crimininal at this time in economic history. But I have seen this type of approach as an ongoing issue for a number of years, not just during these economic times; but throughout many prior years; and prolific during times when the multitudes are looking for relief, jobs, and a come back from a downturn in their circumstances. It certainly should be, if it is not, itemized as a crime; and the source of this needs to be shut down. Thank you. Sld.

  • May 16, 2016

I've put the information for this fraud in the original questions asked in signing up for the report. Now, today is October 28, 2015 and I received a very official notice in the mail from Larry Hourd indicating that I won 2 million dollars. Send 13.99 to P.O Box 66110, Kansas City, KS 66110. I just wanted to report this so that other people don't fall prey to nonsense like this. Larry Hourd the name even sounds bad. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. I did not send any money to the address. Thank you for your assistance. PS: I hope you find and let justice be the worlds when you catch him. Good Luck

  • May 5, 2016

Do not ever fall for this crap. I've paid a number of times and never won over the years. And paid postage.! I'd live to get my money back plus the two million for agrivation of pain and suffering to the emotional ups and downs then the depression afterwards. The sheer deed to open a mailbox then bam its back the fraud the depression. This company needs to shut up and go away and pay up to all who got the letter and took that time and money out of their life that they would never get back again.

  • May 4, 2016

I received a letter in the mail claiming I had won 2 million dollars and had to reply only by mail !

On the second page it asks that you pick 1 of 2 options: Option A: A lump sum for $1,327,940.00. -or- Option B: $66,666.66 Yearly for 30 years (Total $2 million).

Then under that, it says, "Premium Offer Fee Due For Delivery $11.89.

And you can select special rush processing for $3.00 for a total of $14.89. Paid by Cash, Check or Money Order... All this sent red flags jumping all over the place! (And the fact that I hadn't entered to win 2 million to my knowledge.)

A good rule of thumb... If you have to pay someone something to receive something you "won"... You did not win. It's a scam. Throw it away...

I will, however, send this right back to them. And when they open it, thinking there will be money in it for them.. There will be a nasty letter for them to read, possibly smelling of the worst perfume I can find just to irritate them! Lol

I hope no one got ripped with this scam. I hate people who do this.

Get a job, scammers!!!

  • Apr 13, 2016

I was sent a letter that told me I won some money and to send them some money to get my money.

  • Mar 29, 2016

This is a scam by mail. Larry Hourd is a busy man trying to get $12.99 from unsuspecting and trusting consumers. Telling mail recipts that they are Million dollar winners. Its a fraud and it is blantant lies and a dangerous scam that looks real! I feel for the ones who actually rhink if you give money you will get more money.

  • Mar 28, 2016

I am a victim of a scam artist and was deceived into believing that all my prayers been answer with this one letter saying I won a lump sum of money. Following all the instructions just to find out at the end it was all just a scam was heart breaking. I would love to see justice taken place for me and the others I see that been taken advantage of in our time of need.

  • Mar 22, 2016

Received an official looking letter in the mail stating I won 2 million dollars from the "AWARD NOTIFICATION COMMISSION". Requested I send them $12.99 for delivery fee. You should never have to PAY for anything to receive what you've WON. TOTAL SCAM. Don't fall for it.

  • Mar 19, 2016

Award notification you just won 2,000,000 dollars. It's not true and it looks true but it's not. Larry hourd wants you to send a fee of some kind first.

  • Mar 2, 2016

I received this letter on 3-01/2016. I am the most UNBELIEVING SOUL when it comes to letters such as this, BUT THIS LETTER, is the MOST professional & beleivable that I have EVER SEEN, and being very ill and disabled and facing living in my car, this could not happen at a worse time to me. I have been praying hard that the Lord would bless me financially, and I truly thought this was the work of the Lord, until I decided to check it out on the computer, and lo-and behold, here was the VERY SAME report as the one that I just received. HOW DO THESE PEOPLE SLEEP AT NIGHT, AND HOW IS IT THAT HAVING THEIR EXACT ADDRESS, THAT NO-ONE GOES & SHUTS THEM DOWN? This is the part that I have real trouble with, we are giving the world their addresses, why does no-one go & take action to stop them? WHY?

  • Feb 4, 2016

To whom it may concern, a letter was mailed to my home address containing false documentation stating that I have won 2,000,000.00 dollars in installments or a lump sum check for 1,327,940.00. Because of the hardships of the economy I was so excited to know I had been chosen to receive such an immensely satisfying amount. The letter also requires you to send a payment of 11.89$ and if you want a so-called "rush processing" an additional 3.00$ to total a payment of 14.89$, I in turn sent a money order of 15.00$ to this company and waited the timeframe that was inclosed. Absolutely nothing was mailed or sent back to me, NO funds, NO check, NOTHING! This company is obviously a fraud/scam. I'd advise all who recieve this form to NOT send any funds to this company. They are completely scamming people out of money.

  • Jan 30, 2016

I just realized I was contacted by a known con artist that sends a very official looking document stating I've won up to 2millilon dollars but as a typical con artist commiting fraud or attempting to scam A easy few bucks from anybody they can,I was told I can only qualify to get this AWARD I HAVE NO CLUE where from or how I would win it to begin with if I paid up to 13.00 to this company yet no phone number or address not even a website is provided.all they give us is a p.o box #. Not to mention others who have reported this coincidently have the SAME exact "official form tendered#13570" as mine. Luckily I looked this up online brfor falling for this obviously too good to be true scam.thanks google!what can be done to these con men?

  • Jan 25, 2016

ANC Kansas City, Kansas Mr. John McNabb and William MacDougal, Compliance Examiner confirmed on 1/20/2016 that I won the sum of $2,000,000. But due to my "oversight" or me not wanting to be ripped off again my payment was not included. Thus being that my delivery status is put on hold until I send my payment that they were so nice to discount from $20 to $12.99. To sum it all up I need to respond and mail my payment immediately to remove the hold status. Then they go on and wish me good fortune. Such BS. I'm kicking myself for not googling these scam letters earlier and sending in my payments thinking that I'm going to get something out of it.

  • Jan 25, 2016

On Jan fourth 2016 I received a documentation letter stating I won a sum of 2000000.00 a thirty year annuity or 1327940.00 for a single check. They wanted me to reply with a fee due for delivery 12.99. Or 15.00 for a rush delivery. I did not respond. But I have the documents that I received. I was excited at first but then realized it was a scam . That kind of money would have been nice. I wanted to report this. Because I'm sure people ha e responded to this .

  • Jan 14, 2016

I was sent three different letters stating i won 2 million dollars please send 1189 a required fee for premium offer acquisition fee is not says no purchase the next paragraph

  • Jan 12, 2016

I was sent a letter saying I won $1,327,940.00. The want 12.99 to have final judges say I have won. + Plus 3.00 for rush processing. So ridiculous !Please do not waste anymore of my time If I won mail it to me & subtract the 15.99. Why do these people waste there time. How many people really send them $15.00 to win $ that is your 1st sign this is a scam!

  • Dec 9, 2015

I received a letter saying I won 2,000,000.00 dollars, but I have to send them 15.99 so I did.

and now I got three letters saying the I won 2,000,000,00 to pick payment option and to send 11,89

for premiun offer payment,, and I am not sending them no more money.

please check this out for me thank you.

  • Dec 7, 2015

Claims I have one 2 million dollars just send money to accept it

  • Dec 3, 2015

I received a letter from award notification commission stating i won a lump sum of money and in return only send $12.99 for fee. I have never placed in any contest or anything. So I did a little research and found it was a scam and reports from years ago. This fraud needs to be stopped asap and quit trying to rip innocent people off.

  • Dec 2, 2015

ANC is a complete set-up to get your money, they will convince you that you win 2 millions us dollars while instead it's them that win it from you which they will try to get by making you pay small amounts until they get the full $2 millions from you.

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  • Nov 17, 2015

I have been sent several letters from same state and it states,Award noticification andnentions publishers house lol.These scammers know what there doing and what we are doing .because my email got hacked in to and whipped out my whole phone convenient huh.well please don't engage in it some one stop them and another thing. PCH wouldn't send mail like this don't fall for it like I did when I sent that check .for 12.99 plus 3 for rush lol please I wonder do they sleep at night .

  • Nov 14, 2015

Promised me 1.2 million dollars. Was sent to my family home by mail. Was a total and complete rip off scam. Do not send your money

  • Oct 24, 2015

No big surprises' here! Just another postal scam for great riches from another post office box address.(really ? not very creative!)

Whoever Mr Morley Smith is (sounds boring!) said I had won a total award annunity of $2,000,000.00

Dead give away is the PO box number folks! Don't fall for it.

A title as vague as Award Notification Commission; also not very credible. I needed a laugh today so I thought I would post this !

  • Oct 14, 2015

ANC Award Notification Cimmission I received a notification in the mail stating that I won $1,230,946.00 or larger amount up to 2 million. It then asked me to select an option of how I wanted to receive my winnings: optionA: one lump sum. OptionB: receive a check for $66,667.00 over the next 30 years. I must also include a payment of $11.89 along with whatever my preferred option to receive my winnings. I mailed in a money order for $11.89 and haven't received a reply on my first check of $66,667.00 and its been over a month. Ive tried to contact them but luck. This is very upsetting to me to think this was a scam. The kind of emotional trauma this has on me is devastating.

  • Oct 9, 2015

Not much for fast shipping and processing which i sent the pch envelope threw me off when i first looked them up it said people have won so something tells me zo go look for a pch number which i dis said to see if its legit the guy tells me they usually knock on the door and not to send anything else or just wait to see if i get a knock then later that evening i did another research and saw baf reviews after i sent the money order and checked off how i would like to receive it i kept the copy of the letter what also threw me off was the copy of the check with my information on it with the logo pf anc which they also have a bank anc stating world headqiarters on it underneath the logo

I received a letter stating that i won 2,000,000.00 dollars the letter came in a pch envelope which i play threw pch site then stated how i would like my money just like pch then theyre was a copy of a check with my info on it their was a logo anc on the right corner of it which their is a bank anc on page 2 was a letter asking for signature of how i would like money lump sum or 30 year payment later asking for payment not much for fast processing and shipping i later sent it the pch envelope threw me off they send me stuff all the time when i first research them their were reviews stating people won from the suppose to be winners after i sent it i looked at the pch site for a number that said make sure its legit i spoke to a man on the phone he told me they usually knock on the door dont send anymore money just wait to see if you get a knock not to send any more money i later looked again online and saw many bad reviewd

  • Oct 6, 2015

Award notification commission official form no.13570 is a big ripoff,don't go for it LarryHourd is a joke!do not send any money in.

  • Oct 6, 2015

I received an Official Declaration of Certified Award and Provision of Payment in the mail 10-5-2015 that if I have the winning number I could receive a check for lump sum of $1,230,946.00 via a single check disbursement or electronic wire transfer to a bank account, no taxes wirhheld,, but I would need to mail $15.95 payable to ANC. i believe this is a scam and will not be sening any money.

  • Sep 30, 2015

Received a letter going on & on about how I just magically "won" $1,230,946 (gotta love the uber-specific amount). I could see that they tried to make it look "official". But, unfortunately for them, I'm not stupid. I'm naturally suspicious of garbage like this. And, they contradicted themselves...the bottom of page 1 states in bold print, "NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCE OF WINNING." But, the body of page 1 states, also in bold print, that there is a "required...$12.99." I was just going to throw it out. But, I saw that the only other entry on here was from, I wanted to let people know that these cretins are still at it. That means there are actually people out there stupid enough to fall for this & make it worth these vermins' while. That's really, REALLY sad.

  • Sep 23, 2015

I received a letter in the mail stating that I had won a lump sum of money, $1,230,946 or the option to receive a 30yr annuity payout equal to $2 million. The official form of tender #13570. Filling year 2015. It first caught my attention as an alert because I don't remember entering into anything. Second, it stated that there is an acquisition fee of a REQUIRED amount of $11.89 payable by cash, check, or money order. CASH!!!! Now...if this was real, why would I have to pay to receive MY money. Most importantly....why would you accept cash. That's a big red flag on the play if it wasn't one already. All I have to say is, do your research before agreeing to, or sending anything to anyone, no matter how much money they claim you've won nor how professional the letter looks. Scam artist get better every second of the day. Guard yourself and your money accordingly.

  • Sep 18, 2015

I was sent a letter that stated that I won approximately $1,230,946.00 from Award Notification Commission in Kansas City, Kansas, and said that I must respond with urgency because the matter was important. At the end of the letter it stated that I must send 11.89 by money order, cash, check or debit card. I then sent a money order for 11.89 and made it payable to office of ANC., with my name, and address on the money order. I was rip-off, and I hope and pray they do not get away with this.

  • Sep 17, 2015

I received a letter from award notification commission in Kansas city sain. That I won $1,230,946.00 An a fee of $ 12.99 is issue to release s. Check to me of amount of $1,230,946.00 pay by cash,check, or money orders /// so I send a money orders of $12.99 I didn't receive no respond from them since Truly maria Sanchez

  • Sep 16, 2015

I just feel as if there are levels of false advertisement they received a check for an annual fee of 14.95. And I still have yet to receive my alleged compensation check which to me is not professional nor right I question is this particular buisness organization even legal

  • Sep 11, 2015

As mentioned, I believe I was ripped off by the Award Notification Commission in the amount of $14.89 as a prepayment that they claimed was mandatory for submitting the supposedly winning certificate. Please be advised that I'm plan to consult the BBB regarding this matter, because we as citizens should not have to be subject to these types of criminal acts from people who prey on the innocent.

  • Sep 2, 2015

Yesterday on 8/31/2015 I received what appeared to be a legigament document stating I won $1,230,946.00 and I only had tos send in $12.99 Acquistion fee. It appears this scam has raised it rates. Most others said it was only $11.89. The only other sweepstakes I have joined ever was the Publisher Clearing House which I just entered in July. So that tells me that the PCHS has been ahcked to get names and addresses. That is the last time I will ever enter that sweepstaks again. Who knows what other data was breached!

  • Aug 26, 2015

I recieved a lump sum of $1,230,946. Or a 30 annuity of $2,000,000. And it states that you can "special rush your mail" Also the phone number is false. They aren't with the Better Business Bereau. Only way is through a janky P.O box. I feel this needs recourse. Alot of older people are being taking advantage of!!! This needs Imediate recourse!! The company promising all this is Award Notification Commision P.O. Box 2905 Kansas City, Kansas 66110.

  • Aug 20, 2015

Recieved this award notification stating i won either 1,230.946.00 in one lump some, or 2,000.000.00 of 66,667.00 a year for 30 years.

They are asking for a an Acquistion fee of 12.99 in form of cash, check, or money order.

The paper work looks real & I thought it might be true at first, but the only sweepstates I,ve entered in is Publishers Clearing House, so that was odd to me, then when I googles the name of this one, it was a warning that it is a fraud. So I would like tio help stop these crooks from taking money falsely.

  • Aug 7, 2015

Claim I have won 2,000,000 to send in 12.99 for processing. I fell if I have won that amount why want they take the 12.99 from the winnings they really went out of the way to get this

  • Aug 4, 2015

This company's notification is disguised to make you think it is confirmation paperwork for the Publishers Clearinghouse Giveaway(PCG). It's asking for you send a fee of $12.99 before you're eligible for the prize, even including a $3.00 fee to expedite the process. Since I just sent off my PCG entry a while back I was confused and almost ripped off by this scam that came in suspiciously soon after that. Not a coincidence I assume!

  • Jul 30, 2015

I was told I won 1,230,946.00 and did not I was sent a certified letter from Larry Hours aka award notification commission. Its not fair that they do people like this and ask for 11.89 cents so you can receive your money


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