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Beware of "The UK Mobile Promo" Lottery Scamming at febtime.net

2018-02-11T06:38:19 -  +
Beware of "The UK Mobile Promo" Lottery Scamming at febtime.net

The website www.febtime.net is a fake "The UK Mobile Promo" or Coke website created by lottery scammers, which are being used to trick online users into believing they are winners in some so-called The UK Mobile Promo or Coke lottery. The lottery scammers behind the lottery scamming website lure their potential victims to it using email or SMS Text messages, which claim they have won thousands or millions of dollars/pounds, and they should visit either website to claim their so-called prizes.

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The Fake "The UK Mobile Promo" Website - www.febtime.net

www.febtime.net

hxxp://www.febtime.net/coke/reward/promo.html

WINNERS PROMO INFO CLAIM

Open Happiness

THE UK LOTTOLAND , is currently rewarding Lucky Individuals around the World with the sum of £2,750,000.00 GBP. If you have been notified that you won the UK Mobile Lottery, click on Claim to verify your information.

English Premier League is one of the Sponsor of this lottery and it ranks fourth among professional sports leagues in the world by revenue (4,888 € million)

The Premier League is the top level of the English football league system. Contested by twenty clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the English Football League.

The Premier League is a corporation in which the member clubs act as shareholders. Seasons run from August to May with each team playing 38 matches (playing each other home and away). Most games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. It is known outside the UK as the English Premier League (EPL).

The Premier League is the most-watched sports league in the world

Open Happiness

if your Reference Number is confirmed as a winner, It means all authorities involved have certified payment of your Awards Claims amounting to £2,750,000.00 (Two Million Seven hundred and fifty thousand Great British Pounds Only). The prize award is payable to you as the owner of the Mobile Number which was selected through a computer random system of all mobile phone users worldwide. Further note that we did not just made a random ballot system, but as well bought the ticket which made you a winner of the above mentioned amount.

Enter your Reference Number

Confirm

NOTE: The UK Mobile Promo has discovered a huge number of double claims due to winners informing close friends, lawyers and banks about their winning and also sharing their winning information. As a result of this, these people try to claim the lottery on behalf of the real winners. The UK Lottoland GROUPS have lost millions of Pounds on this fraudulent people, and has reached a decision from headquarters that any double claim discovered by the Lottoland GROUPS will result to the Lottery office canceling that particular winning. You are hereby advise to keep your winnings strictly confidential until you can claim your prize.

Once potential victims contact the lottery scammers, thinking they are contacting The UK Mobile Promo, the scammers will ask them to send personal information, and subsequently ask them to send money in order to receive their so-called prizes, which the scammers will claim the money is for taxes or processing fees. They will then ask their potential victims to send the money via Western Union, MoneyGram or other money transfer services. Once the scammers have received their victims’ money, they will disappear, leaving the victim frustrated, depress, and a few hundreds or thousands of dollars broke.

The same lottery scammers may contact their victims and attempt to scam them again using the personal information the victims sent to them, or they may sell their victims’ information to other lottery scammers, who will also attempt to scam the victims.

Therefore, online users are asked not to visit www.febtime.net, or any other websites, which claim they are winners in the The UK Mobile Promo or Coke lottery and are asked to send money or personal information in order to receive their so-called prizes.

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  • Posted: Yesterday at 3:03 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia

    I received the same thing saying I won $2000000 GBP only to find out, that when I followed through they asked to open up a account and deposit $600gbp to receive my winnings...scam.

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  • Posted: Apr 4 at 8:28 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Auburn, New South Wales, Australia

    I recieved a txt exactly the same saying I have won 2750000 as well and asked me to pay $908 for a shipping fee

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  • Posted: Apr 3 at 5:07 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Pyrmont, New South Wales, Australia

    Silly me, should of done a scam search first but at least, I鈥檝e done a check on these dogs. I鈥檇 like to know how do they get your number in the first place

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    • Posted: Apr 6 at 6:57 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

      Beware of ricaz.com, same scam. I'm another sucker who did not do the scam search 1st.no money has been asked as yet. they will get a big 馃枙馃枙f@rku if they do.

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    • Posted: Apr 6 at 6:48 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

      You are not alone I did the same. I haven't been asked for money but it said they were part of lotto land party 18 and when filling it out the site was called Ricas.com. should had checked 1st too #suckerwithafastheartbeat.

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  • Posted: Apr 2 at 8:43 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Ashburton, Victoria, Australia

    I also received it from the number mentioned a few posts above

    Website mentioned was aumob.net to claim

    Their "helpline" which doesn't even make sense as you would expect a phone"line" but is an email address is info.ukmobile@cash4u


    These scams target the vulnerable-whether its psychologically, financially, socially etc etc etc... it makes me so angry because when we are at our most vulnerable-we tend to be more susceptibile to believing "this could be true even if it's just a 0.00001% chance-it could be true!"

    I myself even checked this out -out of that 0.000001% chance it might be true- despite the fact I have a Masters degree in Crime, Safety and Security and working in the industry for many years!

    Why did I do it? Because... at the moment I am vulnerable. I am psychologically vulnerable because I feel low and anxious about things happening in my personal life, I am vulnerable physically with health issues and have not been able to work for a while and also vulnerable financially.

    So the first thing is DONT FEEL STUPID as I come across a mentality online (not here) where people judge others for entering details that "they" would never do because "they" are so much smarter than other who do make that mistake and these mean people have a "serves them right" attitude to people who get scammed.

    It's no different to how Cults recuit their followers ... by approaching the vulnerable ones.(message a thousand people saying they have won money-there will be many of them who are at a vulnerable point and will fall for it) Trust me, I know this as I wrote my thesis on how Cults and Fundamentalist groups recruit and it's exactly the same.... all these people were vulnerable in some way and some you could barely spot the vulnerability (I was only able to after conducting many many interviews with people who were past of present members of cults.)

    It annoys me the public are just told "DONT GIVE ANY DETAILS" as that is obvious and doesn't take into account individuals who might be inclined to believe such things that could impact their lives for the positive-ie. "I might be able to afford to have a baby with IVF if this is true" or "I might be able to stop the bailiffs taking my car and belongings"

    For people not sure-the first and easiest thing to do is GOOGLE either the phone number it was sent from, names of courier company, the name mentioned -(in this instance "Joe Bragg"- I do remember this name from many other scams), email addresses mentioned, even physical addresses.

    If you are still not convinced it's a scam-RING THE NUMBER (if there is one )AND ASK QUESTIONS- ask questions like:

    Just so I know this is def not a scam, can you please tell me your ABN (or if in the UK) your Companies House Registration Number please so I can double check?

    Can you please give me your full business HQ address?

    These are just examples .... however, if the person on the other end gets nasty or aggressive and not professional-that's another sign.

    If you still are not sure amd they are being nasty and aggressive (however I think by that point they would probably have hung up on you for asking too many questions) ask to speak to their Supervisor like you would in any other business related activity and if they still have not hung up on you (which I very much doubt by this stage) - they will probably tell you he is busy etc etc by which point-you will know for sure either way.

    As a side note......Their grammar and spelling is appalling (mine is not perfect but if I designing authentic certificates-I would def proof read before printing!) as well as the document /certificate that looks like something I created on the earliest version of Word, over 20 years ago (before photoshop was used by everyone and only a program professional photographers used to use!) with Clip Art and copy and pasting random images of couriers with no uniform or logo (and I am rubbish with anything IT.)

    -what would happen if we tried texting the number back saying "omg are you serious! Please tell me this is not a scam as it would be the best thing to ever happen to me! Can you reply and confirm this is 100% true and then I will go to website and fill in my details" -I then try wasting their time sednding pointless messages and them wasting more time trying to convince us!

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  • Posted: Apr 1 at 3:06 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

    I鈥檓 waiting for them to txt or call me
    Haha 馃槀

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  • Posted: Mar 31 at 11:42 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Drummoyne, New South Wales, Australia

    Same thing happened to me, unfortunately I already sent my phone number,email address n my home address so I getting any trouble I don鈥檛 know but tomorrow report police 馃槀馃槀

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  • Posted: Mar 30 at 12:17 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Mosman, New South Wales, Australia

    Hi,

    I was contacted by uk mobillotto.go or www.auhap.net & gave them my email, street address and name.

    oops.

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  • Posted: Mar 29 at 11:56 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

    I received the same 3 hours ago.
    In Ballarat Vic Australia

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  • Posted: Mar 29 at 6:16 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Kellyville, New South Wales, Australia

    I received the same all references the same except I was told to go to WWW.aumob.net.

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    • Posted: Apr 2 at 7:35 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Ashburton, Victoria, Australia

      Told to go to aumob.net also

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    • Posted: Mar 29 at 10:00 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

      Me too, page is also cash4u.Com

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      • Posted: Apr 2 at 7:36 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Ashburton, Victoria, Australia

        Same - email address given was a cash4u email

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  • Posted: Mar 29, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Perth, Western Australia, Australia

    Hi everyone,

    Same thing; I had received exactly yesterday then the same ref. I already send my personal info but not my financial info. Is there a possibility that I will be in trouble. tnx ya all.

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    • Posted: Mar 29, 2018 by info

      No, just be careful going forward.

      delete


  • Posted: Mar 28, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Artarmon, New South Wales, Australia

    Hello sir,

    I just received massage from number 61478824034
    Last night 1.37 AM
    Best regards

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    • Posted: Apr 2 at 9:30 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

      I received massage from this number 61478824034..on Friday 11.55am.

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    • Posted: Apr 2 at 7:40 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Ashburton, Victoria, Australia

      I also received it from this number-what would happen if we tried texting the number back saying "omg are you serious! Please tell me this is not a scam as it would be the best thing to ever happen to me!

      Can you reply and confirm this is 100% true and then I will go to website and fill in my details" -I then try wasting their time sending pointless messages and them wasting more time trying to convince us!

      delete


      • Posted: Apr 2 at 10:53 AM by info

        Do no do that because they will know your number is active and will continuously keep sending you more messages using an automated system.

        delete


  • Posted: Mar 27, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia

    HI there,

    I just received a text message from 61 435 675 961

    "Alert!:Your Mobile No is Selected as winner of 拢2750000 on UKMobile Lotto. Go to www.febtime.net to claim. enter Ref: AU564718812.helpline: info.ukmobile@cash4u."

    delete


    • Posted: Mar 28, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia

      Received exactly the same text 30 min ago, same reference number and everything

      delete


  • Posted: Mar 15, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Punchbowl, New South Wales, Australia

    Hello.

    I just sent my full name and address to check it. Will I get in any trouble?

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    • Posted: Mar 15, 2018 by info

      No, but be careful going forward because the scammers will contact you and attempt to scam you.

      delete


  • Posted: Mar 14, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Hailsham, England, United Kingdom

    My son has just advised me that he thought this was for real and sent his personal details through. He then had second thoughts and has not paid any money or provided any financial details. can you tell me if you think he is in any danger of identity theft?

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    • Posted: Mar 14, 2018 by info

      He is in no danger because he didn't submit his financial information.

      delete


  • Posted: Mar 8, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Wynn Vale, South Australia, Australia

    I received an email alert on my phone from a mobile number 6141316778 saying I was a selected winner on UK Mobile Lotto. Go to www.winfeb.net to claim. enter Ref:AU564718812. helpline: info.ukmobile@cash4u.

    Thought I would share this SMELLS like a scam how did they get my mobile number?
    and what I have read thanks to others on this site with their diligence in helping others not to reply to these criminals CHHEERS ALL.

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    • Posted: Mar 28, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Wendouree, Victoria, Australia

      I just got the same and the REF is the same number so glad I looked this up I did put in the ref: number but that鈥檚 was it for me . Glad I did go through with it

      delete


    • Posted: Mar 9, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

      I just got a text now. Same thing.

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    • Posted: Mar 8, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Perth, Western Australia, Australia

      oh, it came from a number 61 435 298 294. As they say, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is ...

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    • Posted: Mar 8, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Perth, Western Australia, Australia

      yes, I got EXACTLY the same reference number to input on to the site! Yes, how did they get the mobile number - probably from all sorts of places like Facebook etc.

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  • Posted: Mar 6, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Caulfield South, Victoria, Australia

    I also received this email and phone message. The mobile text from a mobile number: 61 431 566 489. The email was from: UK-Mobile Lottery, 1A Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, WIG 0EA,UK.

    They also provided a delivery service : South East Xpress Internatiional Courier Express, Speedbird Way, off Bath Road Harmondsworth, UB7 0GA, United Kingdom. With the phone number 4474175 81817.

    I also recieved some documents which were pretty convincing. They were from a Paula Branson.
    Am glad I didn鈥檛 send the money lol.

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    • Posted: Mar 27, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Schofields, New South Wales, Australia

      Same happened to me

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  • Posted: Feb 26, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Atwell, Western Australia, Australia

    Omg got a sms yesterday,ticket number au564718812....what is up with that..!

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    • Posted: Mar 3, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia

      Now I'm sure that this is an online scam. Why? Because we have same code!

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    • Posted: Feb 28, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Auckland, New Zealand

      hold on, that was my ticket number as well. do we have to share the prize :-) ??
      off to watch James Veitch . WA resident on holiday.

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  • Posted: Feb 25, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Manning, Western Australia, Australia

    Same, got the sms. I'm in Perth. Provider is Vodafone

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  • Posted: Feb 25, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Noble Park, Victoria, Australia

    Same from phone number: 61432749869

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  • Posted: Feb 23, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Holden Hill, South Australia, Australia

    I also received a SMS notifying me that I had won 275.000 pounds on UK Mobile Lotto! THought it too good to be true!{ You know the old saying!}The caller number was 6132749869. These scammers should be stopped and prosecuted!

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  • Posted: Feb 22, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Viewbank, Victoria, Australia

    I got SMS just recently... The next day I got a call from India. I've since blocked the number. Why is it so easy for these thieves to get away with what they are doing...

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  • Posted: Feb 22, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Hughesdale, Victoria, Australia

    I have got SMS and mail from UK lotto, I didn't know it was just a SCAM!

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  • Posted: Feb 21, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Cocoroc, Victoria, Australia

    I received SMS and email yesterday with ref no. AU564718812 if this same as yours then your luck just run out. Bumer

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  • Posted: Feb 21, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Richardson, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

    I got mine from 0423 582 051 & I'm in Canberra Australia. Mine said I'd won 拢2,750,000 & to go to www.coolfeb.net to claim & to enter ref AU564718812 helpline.info.ukmobile@cash4u

    What a load of rubbish! I didn't click on any of the links. & I will be reporting it in a number of places, including to my service provider Vodafone. Hopefully they can be traced through the number as photo ID is needed to get that.

    It's a obvious scam. I have not entered any UK lotteries!

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  • Posted: Feb 20, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Clontarf, Queensland, Australia

    I live on the Redcliffe peninsula QLD and received a text Monday relating to the above article.

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  • Posted: Feb 20, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

    Yes I received SMS this morning.

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  • Posted: Feb 19, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Lurnea, New South Wales, Australia

    Yes today I got the massage from this fake account.

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  • Posted: Feb 19, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan

    Dear Sir,

    I got a message from coca cola company as- Your mobile number have Won 拢500.000 rupees in UK coca cola promo to claim winning prize send your Name, Address, Phone number, Age, Occupation. To: ukcoke@xbmail.com about 29 December 2017.

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  • Posted: Feb 14, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

    Yes, I just got this notification and verified with the number they gave me.
    Glad I found this site. I certainly would not have parted with any money. They have my e-mail and desktop mobile number, and hopefully, I can unsubscribe easily. Thanks for the article. I was spending my winnings mentally...what a shame!

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  • Posted: Feb 13, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Wanneroo, Western Australia, Australia

    I was sent this and sent an email asking if it's a scam. I have no money so they can't get any but what a load of crap. They said I'm lucky to win blah blah blah...I knew it was rubbish.

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  • Posted: Feb 12, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand

    have just received same message and ref number as first writer above; thought it was a scam, thank goodness I don,t believe B.S like this

    Did reply with a laugh out loud and calling them scammers

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  • Posted: Feb 11, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

    HI there,

    I just received a text message from 61431-424-307,

    Alert!:Your Mobile No is Selected as winner of 拢2750000 on UKMobile Lotto. Go to www.febtime.net to claim. enter Ref: AU564718812.helpline: info.ukmobile@cash4u.

    Is it genuine?

    I know it鈥檚 not written in my luck lol.

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    • Posted: Feb 12, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Brisbane (15), Queensland, Australia

      no man, I got the same thing. its all frauds. people trying to pretend their the actual real thing. I would ignore it. got the same thing today and realised it was totally fake when they were asking for my works ID Number.

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    • Posted: Feb 11, 2018 by info

      No, it not genuine, it is a scam.

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