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Scam - Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards - samsungpromo.eu and samsungprize.com

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Scam - Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards - samsungpromo.eu and samsungprize.com

The websites www.samsungpromo.eu and www.samsungprize.com, which claim that you are a winner of this year's Samsung iPrize consumer cash awards, are fakes and scams. The Samsung iPrize 2014 Cash Awards on the fake Samsung websites "www.samsungpromo.eu" and www.samsungprize.com are not associated with Samsung. If you receive the following messages below in an email message, text (SMS) or a social networking post, please delete and do not follow the instructions in them.

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The Websites www.samsungpromo.eu and www.samsungprize.com

Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards - www.samsungpromo.eu
SAMSUNG
iPrize 2014

The results of this years's Samsung iPrize™ consumer cash awards have been announced. If you are one of our winners, Please click here to login with your winning Samsung Key and claim cash prize.

Congratulations!
Claims processing form.

Enter your active mobile phone number and the Samsung™ key that was sent to you.Mobile and Samsung key.
Mobile

Samsung Key or Mobile.
Samsung Key

The Fake Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards Messages

Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards

“Send your own SMS with SMSCaster! Your mobile has 850,00 pounds in the ongoing SAMSUNG iPRIZE. Visit www.samsungpromo.eu / www.samsungprize.com and claim with your lucky Samsung code....”

“www.samsungpromo.eu - winning 850,000 GBP
I contacted Samsung uk and they say this is a scam”

There may be more fake Samsung messages, so look out for messages with the website name www.samsungpromo.eu or www.samsungprize.com with the text “Samsung iPrize” in them.

The fraudulent website www.samsungpromo.eu and www.samsungprize.com collect telepone numbers, which the cyber-criminals behind it will use to call and attempt to scam their potential victims.

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