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Beware of Facebook Powerball Grant Program Scams

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Beware of Facebook Powerball Grant Program Scams

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There is no Facebook Powerball Grant Program. So, if someone sends you a message, an email, or if you see an advertisement or a message pops up on your screen, asking you to send money in order to receive thousands of dollars in return, it is a scam. The scammers behind the fake program will make it seem convincing, by claiming Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, is in charge of the program. But, this is not true, and is only another lottery scam created by cyber-criminals, to steal thousands of dollars from their victims.

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Every month, thousands of fake messages or social networking posts are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information and money to claim bogus prizes, lottery winnings or thousands of dollars.

Remember, once you are asked to send money in order to receive money, lottery winnings or other prizes, it more than likely a scam.

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  • Nov 26, 2016 at 5:00 PM by an anonymous user from Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

    I was approached by Peter Russell who made the mistake of having cloned a friends FB page and photos, when I started to ask personal questions about my friend the page was instantly deleted.

    Be aware of anyone saying they have won money on powerball, dont talk with them just report their page.

    Geoff.

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