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"National Compensation Funds Lottery (NCFL)" Lotto Scam

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"National Compensation Funds Lottery (NCFL)" Lotto Scam

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There is no "National Compensation Funds Lottery (NCFL)" like the one below, therefore, recipients of fake emails which claim they are winners in the same lottery are asked not to follow the instructions in them. The fake emails are being sent by lottery scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money. The scammers will claim the money is for taxes or fee, but if the money is sent, the scammers will take it and disappear and leave their victims without the prize or money they were promised.

A "National Compensation Funds Lottery (NCFL)" Lotto Scam

Subject: National Compensation Funds Lottery (NCFL).

Date: 06/22/2019 8:16 am

From: "National Compensation Funds Lottery"<info@cbazon.com>

Reply-To: <mr.nicoandrew45395@citromail.hu>

National Compensation Funds Lottery (NCFL).

Address: 5113 S N 27th E, Idaho Falls, ID 83403, USA.

#Attention:Beneficiary,

My name is Mr. Nico. Andrew, I was inform to contact you regarding your

compensation funds Lottery worth the sum of $10.5 Million United State

Dollars issue on your name by the national world compensation fund

lottery department United States of America

Please you are to contact me on my email or phone number below:

Contact Name: Mr. Nico. Andrew

Contact Email: (mr.nicoandrew45395@citromail.hu)

Phone Number: +1 (205) 419-7371.

I am here by to advise you to contact me as soon as possible as we have

to process how your compensation funds will been handover to your

compensation fund lottery to you without any delay.

As soon as you have contacted me more information about your

compensation fund lottery will be review to you as the real compensation

owner.

Await your feedback from you.

Best regards.

Mr. Nico. Andrew.

National Compensation Funds Lottery (NCFL)

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