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First Texas Lottery Award Scam Being Sent by Cybercriminals

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First Texas Lottery Award Scam Being Sent by Cybercriminals

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Online scammers are sending out fake "First Texas Lottery Award" emails like the one below. Therefore, recipients of the same fake emails or other lottery emails that request personal or financial information are asked not to follow the instructions in them. This is how scammers trick potential victims into disclosing their personal information and stealing their money.

Remember, once you are asked to send money or personal information to collect a lottery prize, it is a scam. So, do not be fooled by lottery scammers who make millions of dollars from gullible online users who they have tricked into believing they have won some so-called lottery.

The "First Texas Lottery Award" Scam

First Texas Lottery Commission Headquarters

611 E. 6th Street

Austin, Texas 78701

Tel:+1 (512) 400-0696

Winning reference: FTLW-042-201911-7719-81

Dear Email User,

You have been selected for the $1 million grand prize In the ongoing First Texas free ticket raffle draw 2019 edition, Your email address has done you well Contact Mr. Patrick Coleman, chief financial officer (CFO) with your:

Name, Nationality, Occupation, Age, Email and Phone number for more details.

Email : enquiries@publicist.com

Note: To provide your contact information and winner reference so we can proceed with arrangements for you to claim your prize.

Notification Department

First Texas Lottery Award

© 2019 First Texas Lottery - Terms & Privac

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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  • November 10, 2019 at 1:38 PM by an anonymous user from San Antonio, Texas, United States

    As a former NSA analyst, I can say that this is one of the better worded phishing emails!

    remove

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First Texas Lottery Award Scam Being Sent by Cybercriminals