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The BlackBerry 2013 Annual Online End of Year Promotion Scam

2015-01-09T10:52:19  +
The BlackBerry 2013 Annual Online End of Year Promotion Scam

The fake e-mail message below: "Your email address emerged along side 2 others as a 2nd category winner in this year's Annual Online Promotion Draw.", is a lottery scam. Please do not follow the instructions in it because the e-mail message was not sent by BlackBerry, but instead, was sent by scammers. Sending your personal information to these criminals will only help them rip you off. Every day, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and/or sending money.

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The BlackBerry Annual Online Promotion Scam Email Message

BlackBerry ©2013 End of Year Promotion.
41-49 Kingsland Road
Bethnal Green London E2 8AA
VAT Registration number:745267123

Your email address emerged along side 2 others as a 2nd category winner in this year's Annual Online Promotion Draw.Your email has won 550,000.00 Pounds in BlackBerry 2013 End of Year Promotion. Choose your options and submit to our Online Sweepstakes Coordinator immediately Via email: blackberryjackpotclaimsdpt @consultant.com

The means which you would like to receive your winning prize, with these options: Through

1.come to the Redemption center in UK( )
2. On-line Bank Transfer ( )
3. Courier Delivery service ( )

Congratulations once again on your winnings!!!

Ms. Sarah Adams
Online Sweepstakes Coordinator ©Copyright 2013

Blackberry does not have a sweepstake or any other promotions with a large cash prize. And, if you are ever asked to send money in order to claim your prize, it is a scam.

Also, if you didn't take part in a promotion or sweepstakes and received an email message or text message claiming you are a winner, it is a scam.

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