Beware of Facebook Freedom Award Lottery Promotion Agency Scams
Jul 21, 2014
Jun 20, 2013
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The Facebook Freedom Lottery is a scam. Thousands of persons are receiving messages claiming that their names are on the Facebook Freedom Lottery (FFL) or Freedom Award Lottery Promotion Agency winners list. But, there is no Facebook lottery, and there has never been one. Therefore, Facebook users should ignore or delete any message that they have received claiming that they are Facebook lottery winners. And, Facebook users should never send money or personal information anyone in order to receive lottery prizes. Legitimate lottery companies do not ask their winners to send money or send personal information via email or social media in order to collect prizes.
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The Fake Facebook Lottery Page
Always remember this golden rule: if you are asked to send money in order to receive money (your prize), it is a scam. And the website fraudulent website www.fedempowerment.com should never be visited.
Some Fake Facebook Freedom Lottery Messages
Have you heard. about the money $200,000 cash i got from the Face- book Freedom Lottery(FFL) with the Collaboration IBC imperia invest company. I wonder if you get your money yet because I saw your name on the Face-book Freedom Lottery(FFL) list and I ask, they told me they will bring money to you too.
wonder if you get yet because I saw your name on the Face-book Freedom Lottery(FFL) list and I ask, they told me they will bring money to you too…. Do you receive your own money yet ?? You need to contact the agent right now on marcbergmn73 @gmail.com , he will get back to you asap cux he is 24hrs online and let you know what to do to get your money okay.
They may ask you to call them at telephone number 17577454464, but please do not.
If you receive any messages or phone calls from Facebook-Freedom Lottery, about winning money, please DO NOT:
send an email to the email address that they have posted on their Facebook page or post
send your money
“Like”, comment or post anything on their Facebook page. This will only help spread this scam to others
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