Fake Facebook Powerball Lottery Notifications

Fake Facebook Powerball Lottery Notifications

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If you are notified by a Facebook friend or some other person, with a message claiming that you are on the Facebook Powerball winners list, and you should notify someone in order to claim your money, please DO NOT respond to the message or send your hard earned money.

The message is a scam. Facebook has never had a lottery and currently doesn't have one running .

Once you are asked to pay money in order to receive money, it is the first sign that someone is attempting to scam you. Thousands of Facebook users have been receiving these messages.

This is what some persons have to say, who have received the same message:

  • I was just notified by one of my fb friends. Patricia McHolsten by message. Saying I was on a fb Powerball winners list and to notify Robert S Collins to claim my money. So I contacted him. He asked for personal info and $650 to delivery the money.
  • I just been notified by one of my fb friends to add Robert S Collins and ask for my winnings. Asked for personal info and $650 delivery fee.
  • I received a message from a friend on Facebook telling me my name was on the receivers list along with her name as a power ball winner in the Facebook Anniversary Promo,I sent the information they wanted. How stupid could I be!
  • Received thru Facebook name Lynn Risdale that I was a winner and she had won also. She stated she sent her $650.00 for the processing fee and they delivered $450,000.00 and a brand new 2013 Nissan truck and that I had won also. I needed to contact this "Michael Barbara" at federaldeliveryagent@gmail.com I did. He told me that I too had won a brand new 2013 Nissan truck and $450,000.00. All I needed to do was send $650.00 processing fee by Western Union and I would receive this money and truck.
  • Here is a version I received this morning as a message on Facebook from a friend:

    I actually just want to tell you that i just receive $50,000 from Powerball Lottery anniversary and they cash was delivered to me here at my home address but when i was signing for my cash your name appear next to my name and i asked the agent he said you need to claim it yourself... You need to email them now and claim it tell them you want to check your name on the winning list ... here is the email powerballagency11@li­­­­­­­­ve.com or powerballagency1@gma­­­­­­­­il.com or scott_wallacee75 @yah­­oo.com or text them you want to check your name (206) 397-8415 . Text or email them your full name and address and they will tell you everything you need to do to get yours. Good luck to you

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  • April 2, 2015 at 11:31 AM by an anonymous user from: London, England, United Kingdom

    I have also this message that I won 645.810.00$ by Mary Claus and they have asked to send them 270$.

  • July 2, 2014 at 1:58 PM by an anonymous user from: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

    In my messages, I received a message on Facebook saying I have won 200.000.00 it says from powerball promo in collaboration with Facebook. The website is www.powerballprizeclaimtk.com. They asked me to send 1350.00 for UPS delivery fees insurance and something else and than after 3550.00 for the IRS. The agent's name is Allen Scott his text number is 14706738347 could you tell me if its a scam already sent 1359.00 to Janice Slane Neola Iowa 51559.

    • July 2, 2014 at 2:14 PM by info

      It is a scam. Please do not send any more money. There is no Facebook Power-ball Promotion or lottery. Remember, if you are asked to send money in order to receive money it is a scam.

      Scammers use money transfer services like Western Union and Moneygram to collect money from their victims. If you are asked to send money via one of these services, more than likely, it is a scam.

  • March 18, 2014 at 11:35 AM by an anonymous user from: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    I just got the same scam ran through me and actuallly he worked with an old friend of mine named Jennifer Keaferle. claiming she won $500,000.00 all at once. that it was on the news but couldn't remember the network. he asked for my info and claimed i had to send thousands in fedex to recieve this money

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