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International Lottery in the Fight Against Ebola Scam

The email message below which claims the recipients are approved for thousands of dollars in the fight against Ebola, is a lottery scam. There is no international lottery that does not require winners to buy tickets, and there is no international lottery with an annual free draw, created to specifically to help in the fight against Ebola. The fake email message should not be responded to, especially with personal or financial information. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and sending money for fake lottery draws or sweepstakes prizes. Remember, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.

International Lottery in the Fight Against Ebola Scam
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The Lottery Scam Email Message

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Dear Winner,

I wish to announce you as one of our 3 lucky winners in this draw. Your email address emerged alongside 2 others as a 1st category winner. Consequently, you have been approved a total payout of US$94,000.00 (Ninety Four Thousand United States Dollars only) in the fight against Ebola. You do not require participating or buying a ticket in other to become a winner, as it is our annual free draw. Your email address was arbitrarily selected through our computer ballot system.

The following particulars are attached to your lotto payment order: (1) Serial Batch No: H4TD7 (II) Winning Number: 42, 21,3,1,2 Bonuses 21, 23. (III) Ref No: 737892

Forward the listed details below to email: lindiwe.mande@africamail.com for immediate commencement of your payment process: -

1, Your Full Name
2, Residential or working address
3, Winning and Reference numbers.
4, Telephone & Mobile number.
5. Age.

Johannesburg division, South Africa
Mrs Lindiwe Mande
Email: lindiwe.mande@africamail.com

Furthermore, for security measures, we strongly advice you keep this information confidential until payment has been received successfully. 67°2/IS—

Best Regards,
Mr. Nosipho Nkabinde.
(Chairman of 2015MPA)

The International Lottery attempts to ensure that the winning numbers for each (Lucky LinesSM, MegabucksSM, Win for LifeSM. Powerball®, RaffieSM, Mega Millions®, Pick 4SM and Keno) drawings are posted correctly. However, posted numbers are unofficial. The only official source for verifying winning numbers on a player's ticket is through the International Lottery's central computer system.to confirm that an International Lottery ticket is a winner, please contact an approved agent specified in this letter. Winners have one year from the date of the drawing for which the notification was sent to claim any prizes from that drawing. (F73J 5469).

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  • June 20, 2016 at 4:12 AM by an anonymous user from: Warsaw, Woj. Mazowieckie, Poland

    Did anybody report it to the police? Nothing can be done?

  • June 20, 2016 at 4:06 AM by an anonymous user from: Warsaw, Woj. Mazowieckie, Poland

    I'm from Poland. 5 months ago I got the same message. Sender in another email asking to send scan my ID card. At that moment, I noticed that something was wrong and started to look for information. Well, that I found this article. Thanks a lot!

  • February 1, 2016 at 4:00 PM by an anonymous user from: Kwai Tsing, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    I just received the same email 4 days ago! Lucky me, I just search and saw it was scam. Lol.

  • November 29, 2015 at 5:08 AM by an anonymous user from: Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana

    I receive the same article from SPT but due to unawareness to the fake email massages circulating around, I sent my personal details but did not add my financial detail.

    Please how can I solve this scam problem

    • November 29, 2015 at 8:17 PM by info

      Since you have already sent your information to the scammers, please be careful next time, because the same scammers will attempt to use your information to trick you into sending them money, or even more information.

  • November 22, 2015 at 3:37 AM by an anonymous user from: Novosibirsk, Siberian Federal District, Russia

    Hello, today have received a second letter with the same text from two different accounts, the article on this page has helped me finally make sure that the letters sent to me from the crooks' addresses "bowo@hotmail .it" and "seca@mt.net" are fakes. Forgive me if I wrote something wrong, I am from Russia and I use Google translator.

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International Lottery in the Fight Against Ebola Scam