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Malaysian Travel Catalogue with Lottery Scratch Tickets. Is this legit?

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Received in Sydney, a Malaysian Printed Travel Catalogue with Lottery Scratch Tickets. And we won US$170000! Is this legit?

We received by mail a glossy Travel Catalogue from Malaysia. Apart from information on resorts, it had 2 scratch coupons.

One of them yielded us the Second Prize of $170,000 sponsored by Terrence and Karen Ltd! We called Malaysian the number (Raintree Travel) given and after 2 days we were told the prize is confirmed and asked us to send our Bank Account details along with US$3500 (Taxes)

Well … we have now come here to find out whether this is legit!

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