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Beware of "Your Ticket Confirmation that is Worth over 200,00 GBP" Lottery Scam

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Beware of "Your Ticket Confirmation that is Worth over 200,00 GBP" Lottery Scam

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Recipients of email messages like the one below, which claim that they are the only 5 persons to receive a ticket worth over 200,000 GBP, should delete them. They should also not follow the instructions in them. This is because the email messages are fakes being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them personal information or money. But, remember, legitimate lottery companies will never ask their winners to send money or personal information to receive a lottery prize. Therefore, email messages which ask for personal information or money in order to claim a prize should be treated as a scam.

The "Your Ticket Confirmation that is Worth over 200,00 GBP" Scam

From: Samantha Hopes, Client Support <info@news.runbassador.com>

Sent: Sat, 8 Jul 2017 13:26

Subject: Ray, your ticket confirmation

If this email is not ment for you please click here to opt-out

08/07/2014

Hi Ray,

Congrats on being part of the only 5 persons to receive a ticket worth over 200,00 GBP !

Your ticket number:

#LUCKGBP2017

Contestants:

Jenny S. ( (Received 48 min ago)

Abigail Willis (Received 23 min ago)

Ray(Not received yet)

Hannah C. (Received 56 min ago)

Morgan Nicholson (Received 2 min ago)

Check your ticket today to see when you can get your bonus!

CHECK YOUR TICKET

You have 48 hours to collect or, or we will give it to someone else

If this email is not ment for you please click here to opt-out

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Beware of "Your Ticket Confirmation that is Worth over 200,00 GBP" Lottery Scam