Sheryll Goedert Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

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Lottery scammers are using several social media and email scams like the one below to impersonate Sheryll Goedert to obtain personal financial information and money from potential victims. Sheryll Goedert 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, Sheryll Goedert, who won $60 Million in the Powerball, will never ask you to send money in order to receive a donation from her.

Sheryll Goedert Powerball Donation Lottery Scam
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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 "Sheryll Goedert " Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

From: SHERYLL GOEDERT mailout@mou.gr

Sent: Friday, February 26, 2021 5:26 AM

Subject: My donation to you and your family

We ve heard that a little financial and medical support can go a long way during the pandemic.

I'm Sheryll Goedert from Florida,the winner of a $396.9 million Powerball jackpot held on January 29,2020

This Winning is a blessing so we decided to give back to the society which means we are officially notifying you that you have been

selected as one of the Beneficiaries of 2020 VACATION LIFE LLC Social

Responsibility Cash Aid Program.

Your e-mail address was randomly chosen by the Topaz Ballot System.

You have been awarded the sum of $500,000USD for charity and medical support.

Should you wish to verify, below are links to that effect.

https://www.ocala-news.com/2020j/03/11/61-year-old-ocala-woman-claims-396-9-million-powerball-jackpot/

I only hope you will be able to help others around you,contact my legal representative via gilladrian2546@gmail.com for more information on how to get the donated amount.

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  • March 14, 2021 at 4:04 PM by an anonymous user from: Camden, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States

    hI my name is mike they got me for $50.00 then tried for $250.00 for acctavation of visa card that is when I knew it was a scam they wanted me to send the money to some guy in ohio insted of him or vacation limeted in cal, so please nab these butt heads because im homeless and fifty bucks is fifty bucks that is what hurt. so please have a great day and use that luck to its fullest.

    M.

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