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"EuroJackpot" Lottery Scam Message Being Sent by Scammers

Recipients of text messages like the one below, which claim they have won millions of dollars in the EuroJackpot lottery, are asked to delete them. This is because the fake message is being sent by lottery scammers from the fake website sms-eurojackpot.com. The scammers' aim is to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information, and subsequently asking them to send money in order to receive their so-called lottery prize.

EuroJackpot Lottery Scam Message Being Sent by Scammers
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A "EuroJackpot" Lottery Scam Text Message

FRM:Keegan Prouty

SUBJ:Hi

MSG:You Have won ?1,000,000.00 in EuroJackpot send Code:STAR#C0US07 to Email: info@sms-eurojackpot.com to redeem

The fake website sms-eurojackpot.com is not associated with Euro Jackpot and appears to be fraudulent.

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  • November 21, 2019 at 5:50 PM by info

    "Afternoon Sir/Madam

    My name is Loise from Namibia and I was just reading your article on suspicious scammers.

    I receive an email from:

    Euro Jackpot Lotto <lottoe58@gmail.com>

    ,Euro Jackpot Lotto claiming that am one of the selected candidates in their iphone promotion marketing,and apparently I've won 750 000 euro and asked for my details. is this a scam as well?

    I've sent my details already and they send me an email for me to contact Mr.Bright Johnson, 44-7521-984-215 from First Service Limited/Global World to contact him so he complete the deliverance.I didn't contact him thank God for this article I just read now."

    Received via email.

  • July 14, 2019 at 9:42 PM by info

    "From:

    Date: 12 July 2019 at 8:59:34 PM NZST

    Subject: Katrina

    Dear Katrina,

    Good day!

    Hereby attached is the copy of your award certificate

    and affidavit.

    The original copy will be dispatched by post upon confirmation

    of the fund in your account.

    To complete the process and disbursement of your prize,you should

    submit the copy of the UK Foreign Remittance Permit urgently.

    kindly send email to the bank today via email: Accounts@ocbcp-b.co.uk

    for further clarifications.

    Thank you.

    Warmest Regards,

    -

    Patricia Bushnell

    Customer Services

    Eurojackpot

    T: 44 741 847 3634

    E:customerservices@eurojpot.co.uk

    Website:thebigbiglotto.com"

    Here is another scam.

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"EuroJackpot" Lottery Scam Message Being Sent by Scammers