The Facebook Get Rewards Program Lottery Scam Email Message
Dear Facebook user,
Facebook team congratulate you and inform to emerge as one of the lucky winners in January 2014 Facebook Get Rewards .
Facebook rewards program takes place every two years and were selected randomly from the internet Facebook Lottery Administration Manager , which is an automated program that randomly selected Facebook users .
They have been approved to claim a total cash prize of € 1,000,000.00 (one million dollars) See below for the winning information :
Won a total of 1,000,000.00 (one million dollars)
Batch number : TFB 1213795541FB/2014
Ref number : 8780344/FBL .
Facebook Rewards program is proudly Sponsored by Facebook in collaboration with Microsoft and Sony Company . The money will be paid to you our program director .
Now evaluate your financial reward , please contact Facebook Rewards Program Director via email at adams.henderson @ hotmail.com
You are required to provide the following information :
Your name :
Your country :
Your age :
Your gender :
How long have you used Facebook ?
Please fill out the form below and send it to the program director with the details below :
E - mail : adams.henderson @ hotmail.com
Name : Mr Adams Henderson
Department : Launch box .
Function: Director , Facebook Rewards Program .
After receiving data , program director will contact you with information on how to claim your rewards easily in your country .
For your own safety , we keep winning data safe with you until you received your money . This is a safety measure for you and to avoid unwarranted abuse of the program Facebook .
Again, we congratulate you from all the staffs and members of the Facebook online game.
Thank you for using Facebook .
Peter Andreas .
Program Coordinator ,
Facebook rewards program ,
2014. All rights reserved .
Currently, there is no Facebook Get Rewards Lottery and Facebook or other legitimate organizations will never ask you to send them your personal information via email, text message or telephone.
If you look at the message above, you will notice that the contact email address is hotmail.com. An email address at this free email provider (hotmail.com) can be created by anyone, so be careful when asked to send information to hotmail.com email addresses.
Please do not respond to the email message above with your personal information, unless you want your identity and money stolen.
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