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Beware of Gmail and Microsoft Windows 8 Lottery and Phishing Scams

2016-05-26T23:21:12 -  +
Beware of Gmail and Microsoft Windows 8 Lottery and Phishing Scams

Lottery scammers are sending out fake and phishing email messages like the one below, to trick their potential victims in sending them their personal information, by claiming that they are winners in the Gmail and Microsoft Windows 8 lottery. But, there is no Gmail or Microsoft Windows 8 lottery. Therefore, recipients of the fake and phishing email message should delete it and never follow the instructions in it. Google, Microsoft or other legitimate organizations will never ask their users to send personal information, financial information or money in order to claim lottery prizes.

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The Fake and Phishing Gmail and Microsoft Windows 8 Email Message

Dear Winner,

We are pleased to inform you of your winning sum of Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars with a Chromebook laptop by Gmail Corporation, in conjunction with Microsoft Windows 8. We collect all the email addresses of the people that are active online; among the people that subscribed to Gmail and various Microsoft Windows users. We only select five people every year as our winners, without the winner applying and we are also congratulating you for being one of them.

However you will have to fill and submit the below information to the events manager

Contact Email: gmcrstw16@ hotmail.com

* Full Name:

* Contact Address:

* Age:

* Telephone Number:

* Sex:

* Occupation:

* State:

* Country:

Contact the Events Manager Department

Submit your information to the email given above

Events Manager: Mr. Glenn Paulson

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  • Posted: 2016-07-11T07:49:44 by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From:
    Date: 2016-07-07 19:41 GMT 01:00
    Subject: Mr. Douglas,u won$920000 fr Gmail, see letter.."

    delete