Did you miss out on finding the Fenn treasure? Did your bitcoin and NFTs leave you with nothing but digital dust in your digital wallet? Have your lottery tickets for the billion-dollar jackpots been worth less than the paper they were printed on? Did Grandma decide you’re too old to be getting a $10 check for Christmas? If you’ve failed to cash in on these big payoffs, there is one more you may want to try … a new contest announced this week might be your ticket to easy street. There’s just one little catch – the people who provided the prize weren’t exactly the most honest or trustworthy of folks. In fact … they were Nazis. That’s right – the National Archives of the Netherlands has made available to the public a treasure map which allegedly shows where Nazi soldiers buried plundered loot that was worth millions of dollars during World War II and could be worth billions today. There’s just one more little hitch … OK, maybe two. The map has been in the hands of professional treasure hunters for some time and none ever found it. And you’re up against the millions of people reading this and other stories about the map which claims Nazi treasures are located near the Dutch village of Ommeren. Should you keep reading or start booking your trip?