"CSL Plasma Xmas Gift" Grant Donation Scam Created by Online Scammers

"CSL Plasma Xmas Gift" Grant Donation Scam Created by Online Scammers

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Online scammers are sending out fake and spoofed CSL Plasma emails like the one below to their potential victims. The fake emails claim the recipients have been awarded a cash grant and they should contact a fake CSL Plasma email address in order to claim. If contacted, the scammers will ask their potential victims to send their personal information, which they will keep and sell to other scammers. They will then ask their potential victims to send money in order to receive their so-called Christmas gift, the cash grant. But, if the money is sent, the scammers or thieves will take it and disappear, leaving their victims without the grant or money they were promised.

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The "CSL Plasma Xmas Gift" Grant Donation Scam

From: Tonya.Johnson@CSLPLASMA.COM <Tonya.Johnson@CSLPLASMA.COM>

Sent: Monday, September 10, 2018 5:04 AM

Subject: RE: Xmas Gift

From: Johnson, Tonya US/CTR

Sent: Monday, September 10, 2018 4:55 AM

Subject: Xmas Gift

$750,000 cash grant to you contact (foundation_donation@hotmail.com) for claim

This email, including any attachments, is confidential and contains proprietary content and may be legally privileged. This transmission is intended only for the designated recipient(s), and any duplication or distribution, in any form or part, without the written consent of the sender is strictly prohibited.

These confidentiality protections apply even if you received this transmission in error, in which case you should delete the message, disregard its contents and notify the sender of the mistake. CSL Plasma.

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