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Lucky Winner in Bentleigh East Email Scam

The email message below: "You Could Be Today's Lucky Winner in Bentleigh East!" is a scam and you will not win an Apple IPhone 5. The aim of these scammers is to trick their potential victims into giving out their personal, financial, mobile phone number and mobile PIN, which they will subsequently use to scam them.
Lucky Winner in Bentleigh East Email Scam
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Lucky Winner in Bentleigh East Email Scam


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Lucky Winner in Bentleigh East Email Scam

The email message below: "You Could Be Today's Lucky Winner in Bentleigh East!" is a scam and you will not win an Apple IPhone 5. The aim of these scammers is to trick their potential victims into giving out their personal, financial, mobile phone number and mobile PIN, which they will subsequently use to scam them.

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The "Lucky Winner in Bentleigh East" Email Scam

You Could Be Today's Lucky Winner in Bentleigh East!

Answer one question and you could win a prize!

We've randomly selected you for an opportunity to be our winner. Based on today's random draw, you could be the winner in Bentleigh East!

The following prize could be yours:

Apple® iPhone 5

Act fast! Respond within 03 minutes 19 seconds . Or else, we'll have to give this opportunity to another visitor from Bentleigh East.

Here's how you can win:

Step 1: Click here to answer the simple test question. It takes only 1 minute.

Step 2: If you answer correctly, enter your mobile number and confirm PIN.

Since your PIN acts like a password and scammers can use it to gain access to your accounts, if you have already sent it and your mobile number, please contact your providers that you use your mobile number and PIN to gain access to your accounts and let them know that you have sent this information unknownly to scammers. These providers include your bank, mobile carriers or any other financial institution.

Never send your mobile number and PIN to anyone who requests it via email message, text message or a phone call.

Remember to leave your comment and read the ones made by others below. And, please report malicious, phishing or scam email messages, social media posts and websites to us. You may click here to contact us, or forward the email messages to: info@onlinethreatalerts.com .

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