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Facebook Powerball Promotion Lottery Scam Email Messages January 27 2013

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Facebook Powerball Promotion Lottery Scam Email Messages January 27 2013

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The email messages below are all fraudulent, and you should not respond to them with your personal information. 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. So, never send your personal information or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.

Please see the email messages below, but for more information about the Facebook Powerball Promotion Lottery scam, please click here.

 

The Facebook Powerball Promotion Lottery Scam Email Messages

Irene Michelle Jacintho, 

 

This is Agent Jennifer Williams in charge of Facebook Powerball Lottery Promotion which was imposed and authorized by the CEO/Founder of Facebook Mr Mark Zuckerberg. We remember your Facebook User name on our Winner's List and congratulation you are one of the Lucky winner of Facebook Powerball Lottery Promotion. 

 

We Embarked on a worldwide promotion for to help and support Disable,Unemployed, Worker's, Retired facebook user's. A Sophisticated Automated Database to Randomly select Facebook profile's Accounts that frequently surf the Internet. Consequent upon this, Your Facebook Profile Account was picked for Category A Winners, you have been selected as a winner to win a Price associated with Facebook lottery promotion. 

 

We Are United Power To Success and Focus for Retired,disable, full or part time worker's, unemployed and deaf with free bonus money. , Supported By The United State Of America Government. 

 

Your name was chosen on FACEBOOK by the CEO/ Founder of facebook ( MR MARK ZUCKERBERG ) Kindly let me know once you are ready to claim your winning money. Await your quick response.

 

You'll have to Fill a form, So the UPS or the FED-EX can Locate Your Destination at the point of delivery of your winning money and also for Security reasons, You'll have to fill the form online now.Are you ready to fill the form ? Name...........................

Address.........................

Mother's Name........

City..........................

State.........................

Zip code......................

E-mail Address...........

Text phone...............

Occupation.................

Male or female.............

Age........................

Do you want Cash or cheque............

 

CONGRATULATION!. Your information have been Programmed in our Database & Your address has been forward to the Ups, the FED-EX are ready to deliver your winning money to your door step in the next 24 hourS. 

Finally, You have to pay for Case file fee and delivery so that the UPS can deliver your winning money to your door step in the next 24 hrs and this cost..

 

Kindly chose your preferable winning price so that the Ups can deliver your money to you.

You pay $1,000 and get $91,000,00.

You pay $1,500 and get$120,000,00.

You pay $2,000 and get $150,000,00.

You pay $2,500 and get $200,000,00.

You pay $3,000 and get $250,000.00.

You pay$3,500 and get $300,000.00.

You pay $4,000 and get $350,000.00.

You pay $4,500 and get $400,000.00.

You pay $5,000 and get$500,000.00.

 

We Guarantee & Assure you 100% that once you make the payment your winning money will be deliver to you 24 hours after you made the payment. Let us know once you are ready to make the payment, So we can prepare all necessary documents and give you the ADDRESS to be used in making payment either Via Western Union/ Money Gram. Await your quick response.

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  • August 10, 2016 at 9:11 PM by info

    Here is a sad story that we have received from a victim of Facebook lottery scam:

    "On August 1 I received a message from a good friend on Facebook saying he had won the Facebook lottery and that I SHOULD CHECK IT OUT AS MY NAME WAS ON THE LIST. I did check the list and my name was one it and so I preceded to click on this lady Mary Allen who was supposedly in charge of the lottery and she then accepted me as her friend and then she told me I had won the Facebook lottery of 400,000.00 and that if I send them a $1000.00 dollars my winnings would be delivered to me in 4 hours.

    I did think it was legit as my friend said he had won and got his money, but finding that this Mary Allen was using my name and profile to make me think that he had one and that I could get my winnings. I then waited the four hours and nothing came so was watching for her to chat with me and she had text me that they had an accident with the ups truck and in order to finish the delivery she needed another 220 and which then seeing the pictures of accident I sent her the money, which all money was sent by Moneygram, which I have all receipts for these transactions. Well then another four hours had past and she had text me saying that they got caught by the IRS and needed another 120 to finish coming to my house with my winnings in a box.

    I then realized after talking to my friend that he had not won any such thing and they were using him as a way to get to me and then when she text me I refused to send anymore money as I knew than that it was a scam. I am now out of my bill money for my rent, lights, gas and other funds as she scammed me saying she was the president of Facebook. I am asking for my refunds to be refunded back to me as it was my social security money and I cant live the rest of the month this way."

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  • November 24, 2014 at 1:56 PM by an anonymous user from Penticton, British Columbia, Canada

    My name is Ashley Fagan, I have received a message from a Facebook user that I was a winner and text a agent named Timoth Kangas in Minnesota Brooklynn center, and he has sent me to a site that has a certificate with my name, saying I won 85000 with Jennifer Williams who signed it.

    Could someone contact me letting me know if this is real or not my ema*ale@hotmail.com

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    • November 24, 2014 at 3:56 PM by info

      It is a scam. There is no Facebook lottery. If someone contacts you on Facebook claiming that you are a lottery winner, it is a scam.

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  • August 22, 2014 at 9:32 AM by an anonymous user from Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

    This is what has happened to me

    We Embarked on a worldwide promotion for to help and support Disable,Unemployed, Worker's, Retired facebook user's. A Sophisticated Automated Database to Randomly select Facebook profile's Accounts that frequently surf the Internet. Consequent upon this, Your Facebook Profile Account was picked for Category A Winners, you have been selected as a winner to win a Price associated with Facebook lottery promotion.

    We Are United Power To Success and Focus for Retired,disable, full or part time worker's, unemployed and deaf with free bonus money. , Supported By The United State Of America Government.

    Your name was chosen on FACEBOOK by the CEO/ Founder of facebook ( MR MARK ZUCKERBERG ) Kindly let me know once you are ready to claim your winning money. Await your quick response.

    You'll have to Fill a form, So the UPS or the FED-EX can Locate Your Destination at the point of delivery of your winning money and also for Security reasons, You'll have to fill the form online now.Are you ready to fill the form

    PLEASE TELL ME WHERE TO GO FROM HERE, I HAVE ALREADY SENT $1,000

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Facebook Powerball Promotion Lottery Scam Email Messages January 27 2013