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The "Powerball Email Lottery" Scam Being Sent by Scammers

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The "Powerball Email Lottery" Scam Being Sent by Scammers

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There is no "Powerball Email Lottery." Therefore, online users, if you have received emails like the one below, which claim they are winners in the "Powerball Email Lottery" are asked to delete the same emails because they are lottery scams being sent by scammers.

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Remember, there is no "Powerball Email Lottery" and 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 "Powerball Email Lottery" Scam

From: SHRAGER, DREW M <dshrager@email.sc.edu>

Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2019 12:01 PM

To: FORD, ALLYSON E

Cc: FORD, ALLYSON E

Subject: WON

Powerball PowerPlay

Congratualations!!

You have won $750,000 USD on behalf of Powerball Email Lottery, Kindly send your Full Name and Phone Number for claims.

Yours Sincerely,

Mr. James L. Christensen

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  • Apr 12, 2019 at 9:13 PM by an anonymous user from Los Angeles, California, United States

    Yes they send me too an email worth $750000 so I googled his name and found this website.

    remove

  • Apr 12, 2019 at 8:06 PM by an anonymous user from Slidell, Louisiana, United States

    I got the Powerball email lottery scam today from Abbigayle Rochester. She's really a business major at South Carolina university

    remove

    • Apr 12, 2019 at 9:37 PM by info

      Remember that scammers are impersonating people.

      remove

  • Apr 8, 2019 at 8:52 PM by an anonymous user from Cornwall, Ontario, Canada

    two things first, my message is a picture for some reason and second, they sent it from what I can tell South Carolina University pressl29@email.sc.edu

    remove

  • Mar 26, 2019 at 10:12 PM by info

    Here is another scam:


    "From: POWERBALL LOTTERY <powerballtdepts@outlook.com>
    Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2019 6:24:51 AM
    Subject: Re: WON

    POWERBALL_PP
    POWERBALL LOTTERY
    office on 2146 Harry

    Place Kings Mountain
    website:https://www.powerball.com/

    Attention Beneficiary:

    We the officials of the International Awareness Promotion Department of the Powerball Lottery wish to Congratulate you on your winnings. Powerball is an American lottery game offered by 44 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. It is coordinated by the Multi-State Lottery Association, a nonprofit organization formed by an agreement with US lotteries, You became a winner of this prize via internet randomized process balloted from major search engines world wide. You can now begin the final step of the claims process, which is the delivery/shipping of your winnings to you. Your winning prize has been verified and approved for payment by this Department. Your Profile (Form) has also been received and filed along with other winning documents for Record Purpose.

    Due to your Location from the Powerball Lottery United promotion Board, your winning package has been sent to the GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE which is a logistic courier company, Below are Contents of Parcel to be received;

    1. Winning Certificates From Powerball Lottery Promotion Board
    2. Winners Cheque For The Value Of $750,000.00


    You are requested to contact registered affiliated delivery company Via Email with the contact information below for further instructions on how to deliver your prize to you.

    GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE
    Mr. Robert Bolster
    General Dispatch Manager
    Email: net.globalcourier@gmail.com

    CONTACT COURIER FOR DELIVERY WITH YOUR FULL DETAILS;

    Full Name:

    Sex:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Delivery Address:
    Reference Number: UM/4R-654-65735
    You should keep your winnings confidential so as to avoid double claims. Have a nice day.

    With Regards.
    Mr. James L. Christensen
    PowerBall Lottery
    Head Of Operations"

    remove

  • Mar 26, 2019 at 5:30 PM by info

    Here is another scam:


    "From: POWERBALL LOTTERY <powerballtdepts@outlook.com>
    Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2019 6:24:51 AM
    To: Ashley Brown
    Subject: Re: WON

    POWERBALL_PP

    POWERBALL LOTTERY
    office on 2146 Harry

    Place Kings Mountain
    website:https://www.powerball.com/

    Attention Beneficiary:

    We the officials of the International Awareness Promotion Department of the Powerball Lottery wish to Congratulate you on your winnings. Powerball is an American lottery game offered by 44 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. It is coordinated by the Multi-State Lottery Association, a nonprofit organization formed by an agreement with US lotteries, You became a winner of this prize via internet randomized process balloted from major search engines world wide. You can now begin the final step of the claims process, which is the delivery/shipping of your winnings to you. Your winning prize has been verified and approved for payment by this Department. Your Profile (Form) has also been received and filed along with other winning documents for Record Purpose.

    Due to your Location from the Powerball Lottery United promotion Board, your winning package has been sent to the GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE which is a logistic courier company, Below are Contents of Parcel to be received;

    1. Winning Certificates From Powerball Lottery Promotion Board
    2. Winners Cheque For The Value Of $750,000.00

    You are requested to contact registered affiliated delivery company Via Email with the contact information below for further instructions on how to deliver your prize to you.

    GLOBAL COURIER SERVICE
    Mr. Robert Bolster
    General Dispatch Manager
    Email: net.globalcourier@gmail.com

    CONTACT COURIER FOR DELIVERY WITH YOUR FULL DETAILS;

    Full Name:

    Sex:
    Contact Phone Number:
    Delivery Address:
    Reference Number: UM/4R-654-65735

    You should keep your winnings confidential so as to avoid double claims. Have a nice day.

    With Regards.
    Mr. James L. Christensen
    PowerBall Lottery
    Head Of Operations


    From: Ashley Brown <Ashley.Brown1230@hotmail.com>
    Sent: Saturday, March 23, 2019 5:34 AM
    To: SATTERFIELD-PRICE, JULIE; FORD, ALLYSON E
    Cc: FORD, ALLYSON E
    Subject: Re: WON

    Ashley Brown 936-662-5231

    -Ashley

    Sent from my Devil Device iPhone 8.0
    From: SATTERFIELD-PRICE, JULIE <JSATTERF@uscb.edu>
    Sent: Saturday, March 23, 2019 7:09:01 AM
    To: FORD, ALLYSON E
    Cc: FORD, ALLYSON E
    Subject: WON"

    remove

  • Mar 26, 2019 at 7:32 AM by an anonymous user from Somers Point, New Jersey, United States

    I received today the same email.

    remove

  • Mar 25, 2019 at 2:33 PM by an anonymous user from Brentford, England, United Kingdom

    The scam originates in the University of South Carolina. I am unsure whether it’s a genuine scam or an exercise into how easy it is to scam people. Nevertheless l don’t intend to find out.

    remove

    • Mar 25, 2019 at 2:53 PM by info

      It is possible the University's email address may have been spoofed.

      remove

  • Mar 25, 2019 at 12:31 AM by info

    Received this:

    From: "MASSING, JULIA A" <JMASSING@email.sc.edu>
    Date: March 24, 2019 at 9:17:15 AM PDT
    To: "FORD, ALLYSON E" <aeford@email.sc.edu>
    Cc: "FORD, ALLYSON E" <aeford@email.sc.edu>
    Subject: WON

    remove

  • Mar 24, 2019 at 11:28 PM by an anonymous user from Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

    I just received this e-mail at 9:59 p.m.- supposedly sent to lguillen@email.sc.edu or Luis Guillem also JDSIMMS@email.sc.edu or Jordan D. Simmms within the header after the word 'WON'.
    Obviously a scam.

    remove

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