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"Paris Diamond Promotional Award" Lottery Scam

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"Paris Diamond Promotional Award" Lottery Scam

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The "Paris Diamond Promotional Award" email below is a fake, therefore, recipients of the same email, which claim they are winners 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 Promotional Award" Lottery Scam

PARIS DIAMOND to me 4:48 pm View details

PARIS DIAMOND, Paris Diamond Held Office, 2 Avenue Gabriel, 75008 Paris, France. Ref Number: ENG/00675/LON/68 Batch Number: 897/98/NM675 https://pdmond.page.t1

Congratulations!!! Dear Lucky Winner,

WELCOME TO PARIS DIAMOND PROMOTIONAL AWARD

We wish to congratulate you over the SMS you have received for being one of the lucky winners selected in the 2019 Paris Diamond Promotional Raffle Draw.

We have received your email regarding your claims requirement and have forwarded accordingly to the verification and claims unit of the above company's Lottery board.

This Continental Raffle Draw (CRD) were organized and sponsored basically to "ALLEVIATE POVERTY" in most of the populated countries like India, China, and Japan and under developed countries in Africa, Middle East, and the World at large with the intention to change people. Many have benefited from it over the years, and you are one of the beneficiaries.

You are awarded Four Hundred and Seven Thousand, Five Hundred and Twenty One Euros (€407,521 EUR) approximately Three Crores Rupees ( Rs 3,00,00,000.00 INR). in your local currency.

Paris, France. Ref Number: ENG/00675/LON/68 Batch Number: 897/98/NM675 https://pdmond.page.t1

Congratulations!!! Dear Lucky Winner,

WELCOME TO PARIS DIAMOND PROMOTIONAL AWARD

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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"Paris Diamond Promotional Award" Lottery Scam