"Tango Coca Cola Company Profile" Lottery Scam
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Below is a conversion with a lottery scammer who attempted to trick his/her potential victim into sending him/her their personal information. Remember, after asking for personal information, which they will sell to other scammers, the scammer will attempt to trick his/her potential victim into sending money in order to collect their so-called lottery prize. Once the scammer receives the money, they will disappear and move to the next victim.
Conversion with a Tango/Coco-Cola Lottery Scammer
2017 10 31 04:22:48.329 - James Gregory:
Congratulations you won the sum of $700,000 from the coca cola company
2017 10 31 10:44:19.884 - You:
Really cute! Ha ha ha
2017 10 31 10:45:57.515 - James Gregory:
This is for real ok
2017 10 31 10:46:35.919 - You:
Ok. How did I win
2017 10 31 10:49:59.372 - James Gregory:
You were selected true an tango computerized tango profile drawn from a data base among 27 tango profile users you were among those profile that you won $700,000 and this winning is only for the tango profile users
2017 10 31 10:50:12.894 - James Gregory:
Tap to view the photo hxxp://u.tango.net/m9z0bchx
2017 10 31 10:57:38.701 - James Gregory:
2017 10 31 11:00:29.659 - You:
How do I claim it
2017 10 31 11:03:41.243 - James Gregory:
How do you want your prize money bank transfer or home delivery
2017 10 31 11:04:40.929 - You:
2017 10 31 11:07:06.363 - James Gregory:
2017 10 31 11:07:27.379 - James Gregory:
Am going to send you the coca cola home delivery form
2017 10 31 11:08:01.126 - James Gregory:
Tap to view the photo hxxp://u.tango.net/idf8pegr
2017 10 31 11:13:39.570 - James Gregory:
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