There is no "Paris Diamond Award," therefore, recipients of fake emails like the one below, which claim they are winners in the same lottery ask not to follow the instructions in them. Remember, once you are asked to send personal information or money to receive a prize, it is a scam. Scammers make money when they trick their potential victims into sending them money for lotteries, awards and promotions that do not exist.
A "Paris Diamond Award" Lottery Scam
DEAR PARIS DIAMOND AWARD WINNER, CHECK YOUR EMAIL,
RECONFIRM YOUR INFORMATION AND FORWARD TO THE DELIVERY PERSONNEL EMAIL ID. CONGRATS.
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