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Beware of Society of Petroleum Engineers Humanitarian Non-Profit Organizations Lottery Scams

2017-01-27T09:00:13 -  +
Beware of Society of Petroleum Engineers Humanitarian Non-Profit Organizations Lottery Scams

Online users who have received email messages like the one below, which claims that they are winners in the International Humanitarian Non-Profit Organization, Society of Petroleum Engineers or Middle East Oil & Gas Show and Conference (MEOS 2017), should delete the message and not follow the instructions in it, because it is a lottery scam.


Lottery scammers behind the scam will ask their potential victims to send personal information and money in order to claim their so-called prizes. Once the scammers receive the personal information and money from their victims, they will disappear.

The Society of Petroleum Engineers and International Humanitarian Non-Profit Organization Lottery Scam

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  • Posted: Apr 8, 2017 at 3:26 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Morecambe, England, United Kingdom

    Don't know if this is connected, but I had (very stupidly) been on several ancestry type websites and had been setting up family trees etc on them. Within days I was inundated with all manner of lottery scams, dodgy sounding offers of money - all came addressed in the exact format that I'd put into these family tree sites. Be warned!
    Just had one through today from the reverend Johnson from the humanitarian society claiming that Jesus Christ is offering me a loan. How kind. I've emailed the rev pointing out that Jesus actually wasn't so happy about money lenders in the temple (read your bible rev) so I thought maybe Jesus wouldn't be so happy about the rev offering out money in his name. Must admit, they give me a laugh, but people like my father (basically gullible and dare I say greedy) will fall for scams like this. Remember - you don't get owt for nowt!!!


  • Posted: Feb 12, 2017 at 7:53 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Accra, Greater Accra Region, Ghana

    I am a victim of the scam ... They send me the same email like the sample there.... But I was wondering because I have not been into any lottery before... All I want to say is that the scam is true and real; let us beware. Thank you.


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