Fake "Richard Lustig Cracked the Lotto Code" Emails

Fake Richard Lustig Cracked the Lotto Code Emails

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A Fake "Richard Lustig Cracked the Lotto Code" Email

Florida Man Shocks The World

Mon 3/18/2019 11:32 AM

From: "Lottery Revealed"

How Jared Won The Lottery 5 Times By Exploiting A Mathematical Lotto Loophole

Did you hear about the Florida man who recently “cracked the lotto code” and shocked the World? His name is Richard Lustig and he is defying all odds.

The lottery office started to look at him very strangely as he made the trip to see them just about every other week. I think half of them were smiling, and the other half worried, but they couldn’t do anything about it…they knew just like you do that it’s impossible to cheat the lotto…and he wasn’t doing anything dishonest or immoral…

He just developed an easy method to “crack the lotto code”, that worked extraordinarily well…

It has turned him into the only 7-Time Lottery Game Grand Prize Winner in the World

Go Here to See the Same Method He Used to Win 7 Times and Crack The Lotto Code (access expires today)

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  • www.trackmy212.website

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  • May 10, 2019 at 8:19 AM by an anonymous user from Wereda 03, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Is this phone number: 44440333954 and e-mail: pepsiclaim@hotmail.com belong to Pepsi company?


    • May 10, 2019 at 8:22 AM by info

      No, they are fakes created by thieves or scammers.


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