Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

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

Cristy Davis 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 "Cristy Davis " Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

From: <

Sent: Tuesday, March 2, 2021 4:05:57 PM

To: Recipients

Subject: RE

My name is Cristy Davis am from Michigan,I won the sum of $70 million Powerball lottery on February 12, 2020,I have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of $ 3 million to you , for more information get back to me via email:

Hope to hear from you as soon as possible.

Mrs. Cristy Davis

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August 21, 2023 at 5:32 PM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Warrenton, Missouri, United States

St. Louis, MO

I received this text:

Hello i'm Cristy Davis,

The Powerball winner of $768 Million in Powerball Millions Jackpot, I'm donating to 20 random individuals. If you get this message then your number was selected to receive $5 million dollars cash and a car,to verify your winnings send a text message to Mr DAVID GONZALEZ agent in charge of your winnings at 4232058860 text him for confirmation and delivery of your winnings.


March 17, 2024 at 10:23 AM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

If this what I cannot proceed the money even I cannot make any transaction or transferring the money.until now. do I been scammed or what?


March 17, 2024 at 8:49 PM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

Yes, u r being scammed


March 17, 2024 at 7:12 AM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

HaI I'm from Malaysia n I also have receive this message


July 9, 2023 at 1:44 PM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Cedar Hill, Tennessee, United States

I received this via text:

Hello I’m Ms Cristy.Davis Am committed in helping selected individuals with $500,000 each. If you are getting this message Congratulations to you, I hope the money goes a long way in helping out your family or financial needs. Kindly Text Agent Matt 769 230 0692 With Claimant Code CD250 For Confirmation Delivery of your Money..THANKS


June 2, 2023 at 2:15 PM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador

Something similar came to me, they even have a system that enters the financial institution, it seems so real, that I want to send the money they ask for. What I do


May 19, 2023 at 11:34 AM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Chicago, Illinois, United States

This is the scam/spam text message I received today. Grammatical errors and all:

Congratulations...My name is Jaun Hernandez, I won the sum of $10 million on _February282022_ and this is my second time winning this sum of money so I have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of $4 millions to 20 citizens in sum of $500,000 USD and a brand new Lexus RX 450 Jeep to you and your number is randomly picked from my Nega Bonus Program and contact the agent LARRY SCOTT on his number _9144370352_ Text him this code OL181ONARZ with your full name for confirmation and delivery of your winning if you are really interested to be one of the luckiest man/woman. DON'T REPLY BACK HERE THANKS CONGRATULATION IN ADVANCE.


May 19, 2023 at 8:35 AM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Long Beach, California, United States

Friday, May 19, 2023

6:34 AMPacific Time (PT)

Received a scam text from 1 (404) 259-5280 claiming to be Christy Davis:

‘’Hello am Christy Davis, the power Ball winners of $70 million in Powerball jackpot and am donating $100,000 USD

to 20 people randomly pick so If you get this message then your profile was selected after a spin ball, kindly send a text to the Agent BRUCE WILLIAMS in charge to validate your winnings 4044726331 message him for verification and delivery of your winnings.’’


April 13, 2023 at 4:19 PM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

Here is another scam:

"From: Mrs Cristy Davis <>




Reply to Email :


Mrs. Cristy Davis, USA."


April 9, 2023 at 9:11 PM by
Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam

Another scam:

"From: Cristy Davis <>

Your Email Account was selected for a Donation of $2,500,000.00. Contact us by this email at for more info.

Only responses sent to this email ( will be acknowledged!"


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Cristy Davis Powerball Donation Lottery Scam