The Claremore Progress reports that the woman received notice by mail that she had won more than $1 million from a well known giveaway.
She was given a name and number of an alleged agent of the business and did so, the Progress reported.
The ensuing conversations convinced her to send more than $15,000 in a "tax deposit" and more than $2,000 in an "activation fee" so her winnings could be released to her.
The National Fraud Center said the whole thing was a fraud.
For information on how the fraud center knew and how to protect yourself, read the story.
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