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"Congratulation from Coca-Cola" Lottery Scam

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"Congratulation from Coca-Cola" Lottery Scam

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The Coca-Cola email message below, which claims the recipients have won the Coco-Cola 2016 email award, is a lottery scam. The email message was not sent by Coca-Cola, but by cybercriminals who are attempting to steal their potential victims' personal information and trick them into sending money to claim so-called lottery prizes. Therefore, recipients of the fake lottery email message should not respond to it with their personal information.

The Coca-Cola Lottery Email Scam

From: Turnerreynolds@aol.com Turnerreynolds@aol.com
Sent: Saturday, September 3, 2016 8:33:41 AM
Subject: Re: CONGRATULATION FROM COCA - COLA

Fill Out This Form (Verification Form)
1. Full Names: Regena Reynolds
2. Your Full Address:3708 Chaddybrook Ln Fort Worth TX 76137
3. Your Date of Birth: June 18,1959
4. Your Nationality: American
5. Your Country of resident: USA
6. Your Current City: Fort Worth
7. Your Occupation: Owner
8. Sex: F
9. Marital Status: M
10.Winning Email Address: Turnerreynolds@aol.com
11. Your Mobile Number: 817-378-4573

DR. LARRY

In a message dated 9/2/2016 11:10:58 P.M. Central Daylight Time, cole_uk@outlook.com writes:

GOOD DAY.

THIS IS TO INFORM YOU THAT YOUR E-MAIL HAS WON COCA-COLA 2016 EMAIL WARD. OPEN TO SEE YOUR AWARD AND RESPOND TO US FOR MORE DETAILS TO PROCESS YOUR AWARD.

CONGRATULATION ONCE AGAIN.

REGARDS
DR.TERRY CAMPBELL.

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  • January 29, 2017 at 8:30 PM by an anonymous user from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

    My wife has been following along on this and finally had to show her this is a real scam ----finally

    remove

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"Congratulation from Coca-Cola" Lottery Scam