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The "Google Promotion for 2019" Lottery Scam

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The "Google Promotion for 2019" Lottery Scam

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I had an email sent to my Outlook/Hotmail email address on March 31, 2019, claiming that I have won the online Google Promotion for 2019, a prize of US$900,000and a MacBook Pro. Unfortunately, I believed in the email and responded, and so far I have sent them $535 Australia dollars and now they want another US$2,250 in order to get my parcel Delivered to my address. After sending my personal details, I then realized it's a scam. I'm trying to get my money back with the POLICE Threats and Abuse Team, but I don't think so. Anyway, I'm notifying you of this and I have included the document they emailed me below.

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The "Google Promotion for 2019" Lottery Scam

This Is to Inform You That You Have Won a Prize Money of Nine Hundred Thousand U.S Dollars ($900, 000.00 USD) And Apple MacBook Pro for This Year Lottery Promotion Which Is Organized By Gmail/ MSN Windows/Yahoo Lottery Inc. We Collects All The Email Addresses Of The People That Are Active Online, Among The People That Subscribed To Gmail, We Only Select Thirteen People As Our Winners Through Electronic Balloting System

Without The Winner Applying.

NOTE: FOR CLAIMS OF WINNING PRIZE CONTACT THE EMAIL BELOW WITH YOUR INFORMATION TO OPEN YOUR CLAIMS FILE.

(1) Your Contact Address/Private Email Address……

(2) Your Tel/Fax Numbers

(3) Your Nationality/Country

(4) Your Full Name…

(5) Occupation/Company

(6) Age/Gender

(7) Ever Won An Online Lottery?

(CONTACT EVENTS MANAGER)

E-Mail: ggldept1034@gmail.com

ONCE AGAIN

CONGRATULATIONS...

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  • Apr 18, 2019 at 7:44 PM by an anonymous user from Fairbanks, Alaska, United States of America

    Thanks for your post. I got the same email today.

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