– A John and Lisa Robinson Powerball Lottery Scam – A John and Lisa Robinson Powerball Lottery Scam

The website:, which claims the Powerball winners, John Robinson and his wife Lisa from Mumford, are giving back some of their lottery winnings to some lucky random Facebook users, if the Facebook users invite 2 friends to share the same fraudulent website with, is a scam. The fake website was created by cyber-criminals to trick potential victims into "liking," sharing or commenting on the fake post or website, which will only help spread the scams to other Facebook users and make it popular. Facebook users should look out for Powerball scams, because since the recent Powerball mega jackpot draw of 1.6 billion dollars, scammers have created fraudulent websites and posts to trick their potential victims into, visiting phishing websites to steal their personal information and account credentials, going to malicious websites to infect their computers/devices with malware such as Trojan horse or spyware, or visiting fraudulent websites where their credit card information will be stolen once the potential victims attempt purchase bogus services the scammers claim they are offering.

The John and Lisa Robinson Powerball Give Back Scam

“To Celebrate Their Record Win and Give Back Powerball Winners John Robinson and his wife Lisa are Giving Away Cash To Random People

Simply Invite 2 Friends to Get Your Cash

After 2 Friends Click Your Link. Get Your Cash Instantly!”

Copy your referral link below or Use the Share Buttons Above To Invite Friends Quickly

Facebook users who have already “liked,” shared or commented on the scam, may click here for instructions on how to remove those activities, which will help stop the spread of the scam.

Remember, “liking,” sharing or commenting on the fake post or website will only help to make the scam popular, which the scammers will sell to rogue online marketing companies or other scammers, with the publicly available information of all the Facebook users who have “liked,” shared or commented on them. Once spammers and rogue online marketing companies have received Facebook users' information, they will start sending them hundreds of spam or unsolicited messages, phishing links that will take them to fake websites to steal their information, or malicious links that will take them to dangerous websites, that will infect their computers with Spyware or Trojan horse. The scammers may also send fraudulent messages claiming that their potential victims are so-called lottery winners and they need to send money in order to claim their prizes.

The sharing of the same scam on twitter is unfortunately spreading it to other internet users. Facebook and Twitter who have received the “The John and Lisa Robinson Powerball Give Back” scam should delete it and not following the instructions in it.

The website will not be the only website created by scammers to take advantage of the recent Powerball 1.6 billion dollar draw, so internet user are advised to look out for similar websites, and should not quickly take part in any activity that claims they can receive money from Powerball winners.

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  • June 24, 2019 at 2:04 PM by an anonymous user from: Sunnyvale, California, United States

    They are sending them in emails now too

  • January 13, 2018 at 9:39 AM by an anonymous user from: Burlington, North Carolina, United States

    Is there a legit way to get in touch with them to discuss charitable donations?

    • March 26, 2018 at 2:39 AM by an anonymous user from: Billings, Montana, United States

      I received email saying they donated to charity and I was brought up in email saying I was 1 of however many beneficiary for a blank amount of money.

  • November 12, 2017 at 10:32 AM by an anonymous user from: Norwood, Massachusetts, United States

    These people are no good, they use people's name and their SSN to claim tax deductions so they will get some of the money back that they use you for.

    The news media is part of the scam today news and the lottery know they are part of the scam but i will put them in jail and they will pay what they said they gave me.

    The US government is part of this, they know that they did not give any of these people any of this money . And nothing is being done about it but enough is enough.

  • October 30, 2017 at 12:12 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "Sun 29/10/2017 03:30

    From: Lisa & John Robinson


    $3m Donated To You, Reply For Instructions."

    • November 12, 2017 at 10:42 AM by an anonymous user from: Norwood, Massachusetts, United States

      These people will be caught they messed with the wrong one and i am going to use the law at every extent to get them; they stole my personal and private information and they will answer to the law also i am going to contact security to help me; they will go to jail if i have to spend the rest of my life doing it by the law.

      I have proof that they did and the government did nothing about it this; is awful too many people get by with things but they will not get away with this.

      I have the tax sheet that they filed it on and the state too they will pay me or go to jail. The lottery commission knows this too if they didn't they should have investigated the matter of tax donation with the Tennessee's tax IRS to find out this is the government and they let them get away with this, well,well c.

    • November 12, 2017 at 10:28 AM by an anonymous user from: Norwood, Massachusetts, United States

      I am in the process of looking for these people, I know where they live and have there information; they used my SSN for tax deductions so they would not have to pay taxes on the money or so they could get back or at least some of it they chose several email to say that they made a donation to you but they didn't so be aware.

      But, i am going to get them; they have done this to several people and they erase the email as soon as you open it so make sure to save the email before you open it so that you will not have the proof that they did it.

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