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Facebook Online Splash Promo Lottery Scam Emails

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Facebook Online Splash Promo Lottery Scam Emails

The Facebook Online Splash, Promo or Lottery email message below is fraudulent, and the recipients should not respond to it with your personal information. There is no Facebook lottery, promotion or sweepstakes. Every month, thousands of the fake lottery email messages are sent out by lottery scammers, to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information and money, for fake lottery prizes or winnings.

The Fraudulent Email Message

Facebook (notification @facebooklottery .com)
Picture of Facebook
Attn : Beneficiary,


You have been selected as one among the ten lucky winners in this year's Facebook online splash, Facebook promo normally holds every year since Facebook has become a success and highly accepted Worldwide. Ten stable Facebook accounts are selected from all the regions by our Internet Processing Unit out of millions of Facebook users, Ten lucky winners have been selected from all the continents currently connected to the Facebook network around the World.

Winning Award attached to TICKET NUMBER (812374592611), BALLOT NUMBER (BT: 003632149/62) and WINNING NUMBER: (W43197AD)

Your Account emerged as the 6th beneficiary in this Promo and was chosen at random by our Digital Random Internet Processing Service (D.R.I.P.S) and your reward is coming from the interests generated from advertising and copyrights from the Facebook network and this program is fully supported by i, Mark Elliot Zuckerberg {CEO/Founder of Facebook} and the members of staff for the World Gambling promotional program and Lottery Sweepstakes.

Congratulations once again from Facebook, You are entitled to the sum of $500,000:00 (Five hundred thousand United States Dollars), being the Sum given out as compensation for your patronage on Facebook.

Being the 6th Beneficiary out of the Ten for this Year's Facebook Promotional Lottery Sweepstakes, You fall in the 2nd Category for the winnings which is Category{B},London. Payment District in England with your fiduciary Agent information being given below:

Fiduciary Agent: Barr. PAGE ANDERSON

Email Address: facebook.lotteryclaimdept28

Go ahead and contact him with the below information as soon as you get this notification and get your cash prize of {500,000.00},Five hundred thousand United States Dollars as soon as possible as some winners among those that won have already gotten theirs.

FULL NAME: ...............



OCCUPATION: ........


GENDER: .............



TICKET NUMBER: ............

BALLOT NUMBER: ...........


N.B: Do not disclose this to anyone until you have successfully claimed your cash prize for security reasons.

We have had cases where last winners complained of someone else claiming their prizes and accounts being forged and tendered for the prize money. For security reasons, You have to quote your TICKET NUMBER, BALLOT NUMBER and WINNING NUMBER as your subject when you are getting to your fiduciary agent.

Officially Endorsed by Mark Elliot Zuckerberg,
CEO/Founder of Facebook,
All rights reserved(C) 2012 FACEBOOK ONLINE SPLASH PROMO !!!

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  • Posted: 3 months, 2 weeks ago by an anonymous user from United States:

    A supposed worker of facebook friended me on facebook and told me that I won this $5,000,000 dollars and asked me for my info, and gave me some number. Since I didn't get the email form, is that how they inform you or is there no giveaway at all? Please, like to get somekind of answer.

    • Posted: 3 months, 2 weeks ago by info:

      It is a scam. Never send your information and money to anyone on Facebook, who claims you have won money or the lottery.

  • Posted: 7 months ago by an anonymous user from United States:

    OK, I was contacted by David Joseph Lee Ches and Mr Patrick Widen - fb1903. So they said I won $500,000,00 and have to send $205 to New York City or I can pick up check at Facebook, 1 Hacker way Menlo park California. I went there and no such thing.

  • Posted: Aug 9, 2014 by an anonymous user from Manila, Manila, Philippines:

    I did receive something like this just now, what
    do i do?

    • Posted: Aug 9, 2014 by info:

      Just delete it.

  • Posted: Jul 15, 2014 by an anonymous user from Nagoya, Aichi, Japan:

    Frank Gray said that he would come to my house within 48 hours, with justin lee and the fedex courier with my prize winning it is true?

    • Posted: Jul 15, 2014 by info:

      No. It is a scam. There is no Facebook lottery or promotion.

  • Posted: Jul 15, 2014 by an anonymous user from Nagoya, Aichi, Japan:

    Is there a Frank Gray that works at the Facebook lottery?

    • Posted: Jul 15, 2014 by info:

      The name is fictitious or not real. There is no Facebook lottery. Facebook doesn't have a Lottery.

  • Posted: Jul 15, 2014 by an anonymous user from Nagoya, Aichi, Japan:

    Her name is Frank Gray, she said that I win 950,0000 dollar for FB book lottery.

  • Posted: Jul 15, 2014 by an anonymous user from Nagoya, Aichi, Japan:

    She said that i should send money first to fedex courier for packaging, and if i already send money, it should arrive at my house within 48 hours with my winnings. Is it true?

  • Posted: Jul 15, 2014 by an anonymous user from Nagoya, Aichi, Japan:

    is ther facebook lottery splash promo? it is true?

    • Posted: Jul 15, 2014 by info:

      No. There is no Facebook lottery or promotion.

  • Posted: Jul 8, 2014 by an anonymous user from Kampala, Kampala, Uganda:

    I have also had the same text message.

  • Posted: Mar 12, 2014 by an anonymous user from Jeremiah, Kentucky, United States:

    This is a scam I almost fell for it until I started asking him questions I give some info to lure him into talking with me wanted phone numbers birthdate with email and password

  • Posted: Mar 6, 2014 by an anonymous user from Dothan, Alabama, United States:

    Has anyone actually had a real conversation with one of the people sending this message? I talking to someone right now that is trying to convince me it's legit.

  • Posted: Feb 4, 2014 by an anonymous user from East Lansing, Michigan, United States:

    Is there a splash fb lottery?

    • Posted: Feb 4, 2014 by info:

      No, there is no Splash FB lottery.

  • Posted: Oct 23, 2013 by info:

    Scammers and spammers use a method called Email Address Harvesting to obtain email addresses.
    Read more about Email Address Harvesting by clicking here.

  • Posted: Oct 22, 2013 by an anonymous user from Sacramento, California, United States:

    how do they acquire our email addresses?

  • Posted: Oct 17, 2013 by an anonymous user from Florida, United States:

    Gm my question is why and how do these people prey on people lives like this, especially wen people such as my self lost my job 18 months ago and still havent found work giving us false hope, i think they should be prosecuted it makes me a little Leary about useing any of the social networks for anything.

    Thank you
    K. Jenkins.

  • Posted: Oct 1, 2013 by an anonymous user from Dallas, Texas, United States:

    I was contacted on Facebook about this Facebook powerball promotion. I knew it was too good to be true. Please watch out