The fraudulent e-mail message may claim that the recipient has won a prize in the FreeLotto games.
Recommendations by FreeLotto.com
- DO NOT send any money or personal information to anyone in the effort to collect the promised winnings.
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, so that we can provide this information to the proper authorities.
Here are few a samples of the fraudulent e-mail messages:
For more samples of these fraudulent e-mail messages, please click the following link: http://www.freelotto.com/fraudSample.asp
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