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Scam - Financial Support Donation From Terrace Philanthropist & Lottery Winner Bob Erb

Bob Erb, the 60-year-old Terrace, British Columbia farmer and grandfather who won a $25-million jackpot name is now being used as bait by lottery scammers. Lottery scammers have been sending fake email messages claiming to be sent by Mr. Bob Erb via Google, to trick their potential victims into sending their personal, financial information and money to them. The email messages are lottery scams and were not sent by Mr. Bob Erb.
Scam - Financial Support Donation From Terrace Philanthropist & Lottery Winner Bob Erb
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Scam - Financial Support Donation From Terrace Philanthropist & Lottery Winner Bob Erb


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Scam - Financial Support Donation From Terrace Philanthropist & Lottery Winner Bob Erb

Bob Erb, the 60-year-old Terrace, British Columbia farmer and grandfather who won a $25-million jackpot name is now being used as bait by lottery scammers. Lottery scammers have been sending fake email messages claiming to be sent by Mr. Bob Erb via Google, to trick their potential victims into sending their personal, financial information and money to them. The email messages are lottery scams and were not sent by Mr. Bob Erb.

Please continue reading below.

Some of the Bob Erb Email Lottery Scams

Subject: A Financial Support Donation From Terrace Philanthropist

Hello Dear,

I am Mrs Anne K. Giversen, publicity secretary to Mr. Bob Erb, a renowned philanthropist and winner of $25million jackpot in the Terrace B.C, Lotto Max lottery. I am writing to briefly inform you that your email addresses have been randomly selected by a Google-powered newsletter software operated by legally registered Canadian freelance tech experts upon Bob Erb's supervision to receive financial support cheque for $850,000.00 in the ongoing Bob Erb Christmas Donation Project.

I understand that you might feel deeply skeptical about the genuineness of this email, considering the fact that this seems quite unbelievable, or as many will say "too good to be true", However, you can find more information and proof in regards to Bob Erb's charitable donations on his interview video below;

Bob Erb spent the past six decades quietly donating to everyone, from homeless strangers to school-children needing winter coats, but that was before he luckily won a $25million lottery prize. He has written more than 150 cheques, made about $8million in charitable donations to individuals and strangers.

Kindly submit Name, Address, Tel/Phone to erbfund @rogers.com for immediate release of your christmas donation cheque for $850,000.00 dollars.

©2014 Bob Erb Email Donation Project.

Subject: A Financial Support Donation From Terrace Philanthropist & Lottery Winner

Hello Dear,

My name is Bob Erb, I 'm a renowned Philanthropist, and winner of $25million jackpot in the Terrace

Lotto Max lottery.

I am writing to inform you that your email is one of the 5 email addresses randomly selected via a Google-powered newsletter software operated by legally registered Canadian freelance tech experts upon my supervision to receive financial support cheque for $450,000.00 from my trust fund in my ongoing Email Donation Project.

I spent the past six decades quietly donating to everyone, from homeless strangers to schoolchildren needing winter coats, but that was before I luckily won a $25million lottery prize. I have written more than 150 cheques, made about $8million in charitable donations to individuals and strangers. I understand that you might feel deeply skeptical about the genuineness of this email, considering the fact that this seems quite unbelievable, or as many will say "too good to be true", however I think my greatest strength includes my mental strength as well as my honesty. Copy and paste the link into your web browser to watch all my donation projects on my youtube page; <https://www.youtube.com/ watch? v=61fg86wyx58>

Kindly submit Name, Age, Address, Tel, Occupation, for cheque release.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Yours Faithfully,

Bob Erb -Philanthropist

Subject: A Financial Empowerment Donation To You

To: You <bob.erb @shaw .ca>

From: "Donation Newsletter" <bob.erb @shaw .ca>

Date: Sat, 06 Sep 2014

Reply-To: bob.erb @rogers.com

Hello Dear,

My name is Bob Erb. I'm a renowned philanthropist and $25million jackpot winner in the Terrace B.C Lotto Max.

I am writing to inform you that I have made a financial support donation to you. Three(3) e-mail addresses including yours were randomly selected by Google at my request to receive $1million each. You can get more info about me and my recent donations here

Please forward your Name, Address, Tel, Age, Occupation to me on bob.erb @rogers.com for Check release.

Subject: Philanthropic Donation To Your Email

Dear Beneficiary,

You are receiving this email correspondence from the office secretary to Bob Erb, a philanthropist and $25million jackpot winner who has been sharing his wealth and supporting causes close to his heart.

Your email was one of the 6 emails randomly selected in the latest email superdraws which was conducted by Google Inc. at the request of Mr. Bob Erb to receive a financial empowerment donation of $1million dollars from Bob Erb. Find further details below;

Please submit your Name, Address, Tel/Phone, Age, Occupation and a cheque for $1million will be donated to you.

Bob Erb Philanthropy Newsletter.

Remember, these emails are lottery scams and were not sent by Google or Bob Erb. The fake mail messages were created by scammers to trick persons into sending their personal and financial information in order to use it to trick them into sending money for the prizes they think they will receive.

Do not send your money, personal and financial information, unless you want to be scammed. Never send money to someone who claims that you have won some prize and that you need to send your personal information or money in order to claim it. This is usually the first sign that someone is attempting to scam you.

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