Scammers are sending text and email messages to potential victims claiming Tammy and Cliff Webster, who won 316 million dollars in a Powerball drawing earlier this year are donating $150,000 to 20 random people. The scam messages include a link to a so-called interview with the Wisconsin winners where potential victims will be asked to contact their agent Wazne Coman to claim the money. But, if potential victims respond to the messages they will either end up paying fees for a gift they will never receive or provide personal information that will be used to make them a victim of identity theft. Either way, they will lose.
A Tammy and Cliff Powerball Winners Scam Text
This is Mr and Mrs Tammy and Cliff Webster the Power ball winners of $316.3 million in Power ball Millions Jackpot in Wisconsin Jan 5/2022 We're using this time to give out 50 peoples $100,000 to each USA citizens we randomly picked. Here is the number of the agent Robert in charge ***** ******** text him for confirmation and delivery of your winnings.