Digicel Jamaica Lucky Winner Of 5 Million Dollars Scam
Digicel wishes to advise that there is a new SCAM targeting some of their customers. Some customers have received fraudulent text messages from 555 stating that they have won $5 million from Digicel. Text messages coming from 555 are sent from e-mail addresses.
The text messages state:
“firstname.lastname@example.org(Digi) You are the lucky winner of 5 million dollars.”
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:
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. Should you receive a call or message from any number other than these, please contact Digicel immediately with the number along with the time and date the call/text was received.
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