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Scam - "Tesco £500 Grocery Gift Card or Shopping Voucher" at vip-winners.eu and winalert.co.uk

2016-02-22T11:35:24 -  +
Scam - "Tesco £500 Grocery Gift Card or Shopping Voucher" at vip-winners.eu and winalert.co.uk

Scammers are sending out fake email messages, which claim that Tesco, a British multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer, is giving away £500 grocery gift cards or shopping vouchers. The links in the fake email messages will take potential victims to the following fake and deceptive websites: "www.vip-winners.eu" and "www.winalert.co.uk." The two fake and deceptive websites were created by scammers and should never be visited, because both websites use the £500 grocery gift cards or shopping vouchers as bait, to lure potential victims to them, in attempt to trick them into signing up for premium mobile phone services and other premium services that they will be charged for weekly.

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The Fake and Deceptive Tesco Grocery Gift Card or Shopping Vouchers Websites

vip-winners.eu and winalert.co.uk

vip-winners.eu and winalert.co.uk

The scammers use the following message to trick potential victims into signing up for the premium services:

Your Email Was Selected To Win a £500 TESCO GiftCard
16+ only. Join the Tesco £500 voucher competition for £4.50 per week. By clicking confirm you agree to the terms and conditions.

Remember, to tell if a Tesco coupon, gift card, voucher, or a promotion is authentic, you click here to contact Tesco. Victims of the scam should contact their mobile phone providers and inform them of the scam.

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  • Posted: 2017-01-28T11:28:39 by an anonymous user from or near: Laytown, Leinster, Ireland

    How can I remove, delete or block the sending number which is 57976? 0872381441

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    • Posted: 2017-01-28T12:46:57 by info

      Contact your mobile provider for help.

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  • Posted: 2017-01-28T11:27:37 by an anonymous user from or near: Laytown, Leinster, Ireland

    I have been scammed by this on my mobile phone. I am now plagued with repeat messages on my iphone. I can find no way to delete, although I have pressed STOP beside some of these messages. I have tried to block the number but with no success. 0872381441

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  • Posted: 2016-02-24T12:31:22 by an anonymous user from or near: Swindon Village, United Kingdom

    Had a text message from 447867317604 saying that I'd been officially selected for a chance to win £500 Tesco Gift card and suggesting I apply to http://bit .ly/101lfAp.

    Needless to say, I won't be.

    delete