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The "Mr. Kins Robert from Lottery Headquarters" Lottery Scam

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The "Mr. Kins Robert from Lottery Headquarters" Lottery Scam

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The fake "Mr. Kins Robert from Lottery Headquarters" email below is a lottery scam. A lottery scam is a type of advance-fee fraud which begins with an unexpected email notification, phone call or email explaining that "You have won!" a large sum of money in a lottery. The recipient of the message—the target of the scam—is usually told to keep the notice secret, "due to a mix-up in some of the names and numbers," and to contact a "claims agent." After contacting the agent, the target of the scam will be asked to pay "processing fees" or "transfer charges" so that the winnings can be distributed, but will never receive any lottery payment. Many email lottery scams use the names of legitimate lottery organizations or other legitimate corporations/companies, but this does not mean the legitimate organizations are in any way involved with the scams.

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The "Mr. Kins Robert from Lottery Headquarters" Lottery Scam

From: "From Lottery Headquarters. - info@votoconsulting.com

Date: March 27, 2019 at 1:23:06 AM MST

Subject: Contact Mr. David Richard For Your Lottery Win Asap.

Reply-To: david.richard09564@gmail.com

Dear Beneficiary,

How are you today, Mr. Kins Robert send us a message just now that you are seriously sick over 8 month that we should release your funds worth of 1.5MUSD and BMW 2019 to him that he his your next of kin, should we go ahead and send it to him or not.

Contact Mr. David Richard, email (david.richard09564@gmail.com)

From Lottery Headquarters.

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