Mr. John Jack Long Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

There are lottery scammers using several social media and email scams like the one below to impersonate Mr. John Jack Long to obtain personal financial information and money from potential victims. Mr. John Jack Long will never ask you to share your financial information electronically. If you have received the same emails please delete them, or social media messages when you receive them. And, Mr. John Jack Long, 77, of Fontana who won $60 Million in the Powerball, will never ask you to send money in order to receive a donation from her.

Mr. John Jack Long Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

Remember, once you are asked to send money in order to receive a donation or lottery prize, it is scammers or thieves attempting to trick you into sending them your money.

A "Mr. John Jack Long Powerball Donation Lottery" Scam

From: Alexander Cook - yrterauustss@marble.ocn.ne.jp

Date: April 4, 2020 at 5:43:37 PM MST

Subject: Re: Cash Donation.

Reply-To: jackvbe@163.com

Hello Dear,

You have been selected to receive a Cash Donation of $ 7,000,000.00 USD from Powerball Winner Mr. John Jack Long, the sole winner of a cool $ 60 million jackpot.

Note: send your full details to ( jackvbe@163.com ) for further details on how you will receive the donation.

Kindly contact the donor via above email address.

Thanks

Alexander Cook.

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  • May 23, 2021 at 3:07 PM by an anonymous user from: Burlington, Mt Laurel, New Jersey, United States

    Yes I just got an e-mail from a guy stating he was Jack long & want to give me 3 million dollars for me to use & help him donate to help others, I knew there is no way for he doesn't even know me.So I started to investigate, & as I thought he was a phoney. this guy even gives you the link to the lotto winners of the real John Long to sell you that he is the real one. Its sad that you got people that have no life but to scam everyone...

  • April 14, 2020 at 6:43 PM by info

    "From: Alexander Cook <Yueajhsggaaa@utopia.ocn.ne.jp>

    Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2020 at 10:55 pm

    Subject: Re: Cash Donation.

    Hello Dear,

    You have been selected to receive a Cash Donation of $ 7,000,000.00 USD from Powerball Winner Mr. John Jack Long, the sole winner of a cool $ 60 million jackpot.

    Note: send your full details to ( jackvbe@163.com ) for further details on how you will receive the donation.

    Kindly contact the donor via above email address.

    Thanks

    Alexander Cook."

    Here is another scam.

  • April 7, 2020 at 7:04 PM by info

    "From: Alexander Cook <Cauyeysyyyyaa@lime.ocn.ne.jp>

    Sent: 07 April 2020 11:18

    Subject: Re: Cash Donation.

    Hello Dear,

    You have been selected to receive a Cash Donation of $ 7,000,000.00 USD from Powerball Winner Mr. John Jack Long, the sole winner of a cool $ 60 million jackpot.

    Note: send your full details to ( jackvbe@163.com ) for further details on how you will receive the donation.

    Kindly contact the donor via above email address.

    Thanks

    Alexander Cook."

    Here is another scam.

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Mr. John Jack Long Powerball Donation Lottery Scam