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Beware of the "2014 Facebook Random Lottery Promo Going On" Scam

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Beware of the "2014 Facebook Random Lottery Promo Going On" Scam

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There is no 2014 Facebook Random Lottery promo going on, so if you are notified by a Facebook friend or some other person, with a message (see below) claiming that you are on the Facebook Random Lottery promo 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.

The Message: Facebook Random Lottery Promo

Did you hear about the 2014 Facebook Random Lottery promo going on?

I won $200,000.00 from them when they came to delivered for me i saw your name and picture on the winners list when there delivery agent got to my door to delivered for me..

You need to get a hold of the Lottery Claiming Manager Mr Allen Scott by sending a text him on +17739806670 to claim your prize package too.

Text him and tell him your full name and that you ready to claim your prize, him text number again is +17739806670.

For information about this fake Facebook Powerball lottery, please click here.

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  • October 13, 2014 at 8:46 AM by an anonymous user from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    I received this from a relative, and let me tell you had it been true that she won 65,000.00 dollars, everyone would have heard about it. I think these scam artists are low-life, taking advantage of people. I hope no one falls into this trap, because like they say if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is...

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