Digicel Promotion Text Message Scams - November 2013
Mar 29, 2014
Nov 8, 2013
Digicel said that they are aware of their customers receiving text messages claiming that they have won $80,000 and that they must dial a particular number to claim this prize. Digicel is urging persons to avoid calling the phone numbers in the messages as this is not a legitimate promotion.
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Digicel has this to say about the scams:
Digicel is aware that some of our customers have received text messages from scammers claiming they have won $80,000 and that they must dial a particular number to claim this prize. Please DO NOT CALL the number in the text message as this is NOT a legitimate promotion.
Help Digicel stop these scams by providing them with the information below on their Facebook page:
Your mobile number:
The number you received the message from:
Was this a voice or text message?:
What was the content of the text?:
Time you received the message:
Remember that Digicel will only contact you using the number 619-5000 or texts from 400.
Here are some of the text messages or SMS that persons have received:
congratulation you have win 5000$ call free this number 0037080803209 immediately.
We have an important message for you to know it call this number 002392204654 free
We have an important message for you to know it call this number 002392202955 free
Digicel Urgent:if you don t call now you will lose your 80000 $,it s your last chance to have your check
call now for free on this number 002392204078
We have an important message for you to know it call this number 002392202948 free
DIGICEL URGENT. PLEASE CALL TO COLLECT YOUR CHECK AND YOUR 80000 Euro for free.
Congratulations, but if you don't claim your prize immediately it will be given to another person call free 002392204658.
PLEASE NOTE that Digicel will only contact you from 619-5000, 380-0057, 619-1525 or SMS from 400, 137 and 142 regarding Digicel’s promotions.
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