Contact the Niagara county Sherrifs Deputies. They were called in Tusday night to South Transit Road Rite Aid in Lockport, NY to assist Lockport police in dealing with a 78 year old woman who was in the process of being scammed. Store employees called police after the woman told them she loaded up two Green Dot debit cards with $500 each to pay for a car she had just won. When police arrived, the woman told them someone claiming to be from Publisher's Clearing House called her and told her she had just won a Mercedes care and it would be parked in her driveway when she arrived home. the person on the phone told her to load up $500. each on the debit cards but it wasn't reported what she was supposed to do with them. The Rite Aid employees would not perform the transactions and the deputy thanked them for calling the police. Despite what police said, the deputy said the woman still believed the care would be in her driveway when she arrived home. The deputy followed the woman to the woman's houe and there was no Mercedes in the driveway. The woman showed the deputy the number that had called her (876-863-1390) and the deputy noticed that phone number had been calling her about 10 times a day. A search on the internet determined the number was notorius for scams out of Jamaica. it was not a number related to Publishers Clearing House.