Tammy and Cliff Powerball Winners Scam Texts and Emails

Tammy and Cliff Powerball Winners Scam Texts and Emails

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.

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  • December 24, 2022 at 4:42 PM by an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

    Someone sent me the same text you mentioned on Tammy and Cliff.And to contact a guy named Brag 15392109933.Is this a scam

  • November 21, 2022 at 5:51 PM by an anonymous user from: Downtown Redmond, Redmond, Washington, United States

    Ok… Are the powerball winning couple actually giving out funds to people? If so how would they be contacted and without giving away too much information for scammers to attempt to clone… how can they verify it’s the right person to give the information to? I mean I would need to video chat with the couple before giving any banking or address info out. I also see that they are doing a wonderful job at helping catch crooked scammers.

    We in America take so much for granted. The research results differ from iPhone to android, the media lies and reaches way too far for stories… Authorities are crooked… and we citizens forgot how to use our heads.. Wake up America… Tom Macdonald, Adam Calhoun, Nova Rockefeller, upchurch, nubreed, rarebreed are great artists using their social platform to get the message across. We are living in Revelations… find your faith… One Nation under God with liberty and Justice for all.. There’s a solution.. and a human may have found it.. Let’s start taking accountability and responsibility for all things we do in life.. it’s our right and our responsibility!

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Tammy and Cliff Powerball Winners Scam Texts and Emails