"2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Lottery" Scam

2019 FIFA Womens World Cup Lottery Scam

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There is no "2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Lottery". Therefore, recipients of email messages like the one below, which claim they are winners in the same lottery are asked to delete them. This is because the email messages are fakes, being sent by lottery scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for a lottery that doesn't exist.

The "2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Lottery" Scam

De la: "FIFA!" <ff@sun.org>

Către: "Recipients" <ff@sun.org>

Trimis: dum., iul. 7, 2019 la 13:30

Subiect: Re: FIFA/938/16WC

Attn: Beneficiary,

This is to inform you that your Email User ID has been emerged as one of our Lucky winners of the Year 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Lottery which you are the second place winner among the 5 lucky winners.(Your Winning Batch Code is (FIFA/938/16WC)You are hereby advice to contact our FIFA Women's World Cup Lottery Claim Attorney For legalization And approved Of Your Winning Funds{Barr. John West} on welcome_barjohnwestchamber@ live.com with your Information to get your Claims of ($950,000 000USD),your Names, Address, Country, Age, Occupation, Status, Phone Number. Hope this money enables you make some impact in the society , Once again Congratulations!!!

Dr. Morris FOOTBALL LOTTERY online Co-ordinator


The lottery scammers trick potential victims into sending them money by claiming the potential victims are winners in the bogus lottery. Once the potential victims send their money, which the lottery scammers will claim is for taxes or other fees, they will disappear, leaving the victims broke, angry and depressed. This is why online users never send money to anyone to claim a lottery prize. This is because legitimate lottery companies do not request money, taxes, personal or financial information from their winners.

Victims of the lottery scam should report it to the police, although there is little or nothing they can do because the lottery scammers are operating in foreign countries where it is difficult to apprehend them.

Remember, once you are asked to send money, personal or financial information in order to collect a lottery prize, it is the first sign that some lottery scammers are attempting to trick you into sending them your hard-earned money or information.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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"2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Lottery" Scam