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Scam - "Samsung Holiday Give-A-Way - Claim Your Samsung S6 Now"

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Scam - "Samsung Holiday Give-A-Way - Claim Your Samsung S6 Now"

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The email message below: "Samsung Holiday Give-A-Way - Claim Your Samsung S6 Now," which claims Samsung is giving away Galaxy S6s for free, is a scam. The fake message, which claims the recipients only need to pay $1 for shipping and share the same scam with their family and friends, was sent by scammers to steal the recipients’ money, personal and financial information. And, to help spread the scam to other potential victims, the scammers claim the recipients need to share the fake email message with their family and friends.

The Fake Samsung S6 Email Message

Samsung Holiday Give-A-Way
Claim Your Samsung S6 Now

Congratulations XXXXX,

You have been randomly selected to participate in Samsungs Holiday Give-A-Way! Why on earth would we be giving away brand new Samsung S6? Simple, this week marks the biggest shopping week of the year and we want YOU to be our brand ambassador.

Simply pay for shipping ($1) and get your FREE Samsung S6 delivered to your home. The only thing we ask is that you share your positive feedback with friends and family and perhaps even recommend the phone to them as a cool holiday gift :)

To Claim Your Samsung S6 Click Here

Happy Holidays!

Phone GiveAway
USA 9450 SW GeminI Dr #380,
Beaverton, OR 97008 United States
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For persons who were tricked into making payment with their credit card on the fraudulent website, they should let their banks know that they were tricked into using their credit cards on a fraudulent website.

Online users should be very skeptic about free giveaways, especially during the shopping seasons. The shopping season is when scammers are most active, because they know millions of people are shopping online during that time.

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Scam - "Samsung Holiday Give-A-Way - Claim Your Samsung S6 Now"