Ontario man out $18,000 after being tricked into thinking he won lottery he never entered

TORONTO -- It was a phone call that came out of the blue. An Ontario man was told he had won $3.5 million in a lottery he never entered.

"They said congratulations and that I was one of the grand winners in the mega millions dot com," Ajax man Clayton Willett told CTV News Toronto.

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