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Beware of "Mr Lean Hirtle" Lottery Donation Scam

2017-01-16T19:38:08 -  +
Beware of "Mr Lean Hirtle" Lottery Donation Scam

Online users who have received the unsolicited message below, which claims Mr Lean Hirtle, a native of Jarabacoa, Dominica Republic, will donate thousands of dollars to them, are asked to delete it. This is because the message is a lottery donation scam sent by lottery scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information. Online users who have already been tricked by the scam, are asked to be careful going forward, because the scammers will contact and attempt to trick them into sending money or financial information.

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Remember, never send personal information to strangers who request it via unsolicited email messages. Victims of scams always ask how scammers receive their personal information. And, most of the time accuse legitimate companies of selling their information. But, most of the time, it is the same victims who unknowingly send their information to scammers who use large cash prizes, rewards or donations to entice them.

The "Mr Lean Hirtle" Lottery Donation Scam

I am Mr Lean Hirtle, A Native of Jarabacoa (Dominica Republic) like you already know I won the Power ball Jackpot of $338 million in the Month of March and the money have change my life and the life of my humble family, but it won’t change my heart, my family is a very humble family and we’re going to help each other out I and my family decided to do God's work after having a long talk with some ministers of God and prayer sessions by donating few good heart individual in the world. I don't have much to say about my self now but am over excited, So I want you and your family to be happy as we are happy today, So we decided to donate $15,000 us dollars to you and your entire family also to help people around you.

Be assured you stand no risk as this is my money, for source and verification please see the link below:

My donation OF $15,000 us dollars may not be much to you but I believe it will go a long way to improving your standard of living like my Power-ball Jackpot did to me, I would like you to fill the below required information and return back to me on my email. leanhirtle@gmail.com and my entire household will be glad for you to visit us after my donation gets to you. Do this on time so you can contact the payout bank for further directives to receive donation,

Name:

Country:

State:

Age:

Sex:

Occupation:

Phone Number:

This is my email.

leanhirtle@gmail.com

Thank you

Mr Lean Hirtle

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  • Posted: 2017-06-28T06:53:29 by an anonymous user from or near: Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

    Hi, My Name Is Oarabile, from Johannesburg,South Africa, I received that message a week ago, and Honestly I thought it's legit so I emailed him after a few minutes.

    I received a whatsapp message form the following numbers 234 813 865 4465 seeing their Mr Lean Hirtle's bank agent, and they asked me to send a picture of my ID, my account number and Picture, I got a bit skeptical about the whole thing but decided to see where it leads so I went through with the whole thing until he told me to deposit 250 us dollars so that they can process my donation, and what made me more suspicious is when he told me to send money via western union and the info he sent me said Nigeria then it got me thinking, why would they say I should send the money via western union and its from Nigeria but he said he from Dominica Republica, and if its a donation why should I send him cash first before I can get it?

    And he said I will only receive the donation after 17 hours. I immediately block the numbers and Thank God I didn't send him the money and saw this post, please don't fall victim to such scammers.

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