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FreeLotto Fraudulent Email Messages

FreeLotto.com has claimed that fraudulent emails are being sent out promising to pay FreeLotto prizes. The company says that these e-mail messages were NOT sent by them or any affiliated company. FreeLotto.com is the largest online lotto style sweepstakes site.

FreeLotto Fraudulent Email Messages
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The fraudulent e-mail message may claim that the recipient has won a prize in the FreeLotto games.

Recommendations by FreeLotto.com

  1. DO NOT send any money or personal information to anyone in the effort to collect the promised winnings.
  2. If you believe that you have received one of these emails, or if you have paid any advance fees, please send a copy of the message to fraudalert@freelotto.com, so that we can provide this information to the proper authorities.

Here are few a samples of the fraudulent e-mail messages:

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For more samples of these fraudulent e-mail messages, please click the following link: http://www.freelotto.com/fraudSample.asp

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  • June 18, 2014 at 8:17 PM by an anonymous user from: London, England, United Kingdom

    Hello, I got the same message in my email and I gave them my personal information. What will they do with this information?

    • June 19, 2014 at 5:22 AM by info

      They will attempt to use it to scam you. So, be careful and do not send money to anyone who claim you have won some form of lottery or prize.

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