There are a number of fake emails and telephone calls that claim to be from Dubai Duty Free advising individuals that they have won one of the Dubai Duty Free promotions to win a luxury car or to win a million dollars. These fake emails use addresses such as Yahoo, AOL, Gmail etc and are being sent by lottery scammers, not by Dubai Duty Free. If you receive such emails or telephone calls, please refrain from sending any personal details, money or respond in any way. Dubai Duty Free encourages all individuals to be aware of potentially fraudulent behaviour by malicious parties.
If you seek to clarify anything or check the actual winners of the Dubai Duty Free Millennium Millionaire and Finest Surprise Promotions please visit their website at www.dubaidutyfree.com or on their social media page on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter @DubaiDutyFree:
You can also make any enquiry in relation to their promotions with the Dubai Duty Free Customer Service desk by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +9714 2162453.
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