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Scam - Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards - samsungpromo.eu and samsungprize.com

2015-03-22T09:17:10  +
Scam - Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards - samsungpromo.eu and samsungprize.com

The websites www.samsungpromo.eu and www.samsungprize.com, which claim that you are a winner of this year's Samsung iPrize consumer cash awards, are fakes and scams. The Samsung iPrize 2014 Cash Awards on the fake Samsung websites "www.samsungpromo.eu" and www.samsungprize.com are not associated with Samsung. If you receive the following messages below in an email message, text (SMS) or a social networking post, please delete and do not follow the instructions in them.

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The Websites www.samsungpromo.eu and www.samsungprize.com

Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards - www.samsungpromo.eu
iPrize 2014

The results of this years's Samsung iPrize™ consumer cash awards have been announced. If you are one of our winners, Please click here to login with your winning Samsung Key and claim cash prize.

Claims processing form.

Enter your active mobile phone number and the Samsung™ key that was sent to you.Mobile and Samsung key.

Samsung Key or Mobile.
Samsung Key

The Fake Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards Messages

Samsung iPrize 2014 Consumer Cash Awards

“Send your own SMS with SMSCaster! Your mobile has 850,00 pounds in the ongoing SAMSUNG iPRIZE. Visit www.samsungpromo.eu / www.samsungprize.com and claim with your lucky Samsung code....”

“www.samsungpromo.eu - winning 850,000 GBP
I contacted Samsung uk and they say this is a scam”

There may be more fake Samsung messages, so look out for messages with the website name www.samsungpromo.eu or www.samsungprize.com with the text “Samsung iPrize” in them.

The fraudulent website www.samsungpromo.eu and www.samsungprize.com collect telepone numbers, which the cyber-criminals behind it will use to call and attempt to scam their potential victims.

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  • Posted: 2016-02-15T07:19:08 by info

    Here is another email Samsung iPrize scam:

    "--------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: "Samsung iPrize Antonio" < antonio.miles@samsungeu.com>
    Date: 15 Feb 2016 12:56
    Subject: Dear (Document Received)‏‏‏


    We have received your document and forwarded your application to the authorities involved for processing and for them to grant approval. This is our first time of encountering this kind of situation(International winner outside the UK). Once we receive any word from them, i will immediately let you know their response. Let's keep our fingers crossed and hope they can approve the request. Once approval is granted, your winnings will then be authorized for immediate payment. At which time i will also let you know how to proceed.

    Do have a wonderful day. Expect my email as soon as i have any updates from the government office. Ensure to call my office any time on 44 203 129 5016 for questions and inquiries regarding your winnings..

    Antonio Miles
    Samsung iPrize Promo Coordinator.
    44 203 129 5016
    44 203 129 5808
    Samsung International Alert & Claims Dept.
    2015 Samsung Corporation. All Rights Reserved"


  • Posted: 2015-08-12T10:56:47 by an anonymous user from or near: Texas, Devine, United States

    just got text, mine says "Dear Samsung/Sprint mobile network user,you are the winner of our promo star prize of $529.000. Send us your Full Names and Email ad"
    that's the text message I just received word for word,dot for dot.


  • Posted: 2015-07-19T02:12:55 by an anonymous user from or near: Pilkhuwa, Uttar Pradesh, India

    I have receive a msg from 84709132798 about 3279, about winning price.


  • Posted: 2015-06-06T01:32:25 by an anonymous user from or near: Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

    Which is the right website of Samsung I prize ?


    • Posted: 2015-06-06T07:19:05 by info

      There is no Samsung iPrize; it is a scam.


  • Posted: 2015-05-06T11:19:42 by an anonymous user from or near: Riyadh, Ar Riyad, Saudi Arabia

    Scamming website: www.lg2015.com. They use mobile LG, your mobile xxxxxxxxxxxx has won 850000GBP from the ongoing LG electronics promo. Logon to www.lg2015.com with your LG key 31470


  • Posted: 2015-05-06T10:38:12 by an anonymous user from or near: Ar Riya?, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

    I want to post all the conversation they sent to me through picture how will I post it,so to warn other people.


  • Posted: 2015-05-06T10:35:33 by an anonymous user from or near: Ar Riya?, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

    Im also a victim, but this time they use the LG Electronics Company. Please check this site: www.lg2015.com


    • Posted: 2015-05-06T10:54:16 by info

      The website: "www.lg2015.com" is a fake.


  • Posted: 2015-04-08T06:59:51 by an anonymous user from or near: Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    I am from Malaysia, I received it too:

    "RM0.00 Your mobile 601×××××××× has received 850000 GBP from Samsung Electronics Ltd. Kindly go to www.samsungiprize.com and claim with your key 54017"


  • Posted: 2015-03-31T00:44:43 by an anonymous user from or near: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

    Here is another scam to add:

    ".. via Popfax.com ' Cogratulation! Your mobile number has won 600,000 Euro in ongoing Samsung mobile promo, claim call 34631550620 or mail Samsungpromo@europe.com"


  • Posted: 2015-03-20T15:33:51 by an anonymous user from or near: Manama, Al Asimah, Bahrain

    I got a text message from mr.mark nolan that I won 850,000 GBP last wednesday march 18 2015. I think this is scam.


    • Posted: 2015-03-20T16:04:56 by info

      It is a scam.


  • Posted: 2015-03-05T12:41:35 by an anonymous user from or near: Riyadh, Ar Riya?, Saudi Arabia

    I also sent my information and some copy of my documents what should I do? Can I undo sent messages on yahoo, is it possible?


    • Posted: 2015-03-05T13:02:37 by info

      Please report it the police; and no, you cannot unsend a Yahoo email.


  • Posted: 2015-03-05T11:40:03 by an anonymous user from or near: Riyadh, Ar Riya?, Saudi Arabia

    I got this scam and I did send my information . What can I do now?


    • Posted: 2015-03-05T11:43:39 by info

      Report it to the police and be careful next time.


  • Posted: 2015-02-24T11:25:33 by an anonymous user from or near: Riyadh, Ar Riya?, Saudi Arabia

    now they are using www.samsungaward.com


  • Posted: 2015-02-22T10:15:50 by an anonymous user from or near: Riyadh, Ar Riyad, Saudi Arabia

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Let me know if this is TRUE:

    "Congratulations. the code you have entered has been validated as our 2nd place winner of this years's Samsung iPrize.
    Prize information.

    Your Samsung Key has won the sum of £ 850,000 (Eight Hundred and Fifty Thousand Great Britain Pounds).
    Samsung™ has assigned the following client executive as your claims processing agent;
    NAME Mr. Mark Nolan
    E-MAIL Mark@SamsungEurope.com
    PHONE 44 203-129-2787
    This promo is targeted for British Citizens residing in the United Kingdom
    International winners can still claim under special procedures.
    Your claims agent will guide you through the process of claims to enable you receive your cash prize
    Your claims agent reserves the right to terminate/cancel your prize redemption should any infringement be detected.
    Your claims will be terminated without notice should we detect any form of invalid/fake information supplied by you.
    You will be required to prove your identity and residency prior to claims.
    You should click on the link below to continue your claims."


    • Posted: 2015-02-22T11:57:16 by info

      It is a scam. There is no Samsung iPrize lottery.


  • Posted: 2014-12-13T06:54:53 by an anonymous user from or near: Mecca, Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia

    My brother received the same text about winning £ 850,000.


  • Posted: 2014-12-12T08:14:06 by an anonymous user from or near: Jeddah, Makkah, Saudi Arabia

    I received the same message from samsung

    Congratulations,your mobile xxxxxxxxxx has won 850,000 Pounds from samsung visit www.samsungprize.com and use your Key:91998 to claim your prize


    • Posted: 2014-12-12T08:23:24 by info

      The website www.samsungprize.com is a fake and a scam. It is not associated with Samsung.


  • Posted: 2014-11-23T14:02:46 by an anonymous user from or near: Wishaw, North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom

    It would appear that the scammers have changed their modus operandi. I have a winning mobile phone number on my Samsung Phone and all I have to do is send money to recieve a free phone and tablet along with a bankers draught for almost half a million GBP.comming from Malaysia of course because I live in the uk.


  • Posted: 2014-11-17T09:05:41 by an anonymous user from or near: Riyadh, Ar Riya?, Saudi Arabia

    I receive this SMS:
    "Your mobile 9********has just been announced as 2nd place winner of Samsung iPrize with 850,000 GBP. Logon to www.samsungpromo.eu your key is 24018"