moore.audrey33@aol.com (Fake Donation Scam)

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Unread post by Caped Crusader » Mon Feb 10, 2020 11:09 am

This is a fake lottery scam! There is no lottery or donation! You have not won anything and are not receiving any donation! Do not send any personal details or identification documents or money! Any email or SMS you receive telling you have won a lottery or are receiving a donation is a scam! If you did not buy a ticket, you cannot win a lottery and no stranger is donating money to you! Read Emails & SMS Lottery Win Notifications Are Scams and You Have Won a Lottery! Or Have You?

From: Moore <WWW.@docomonet.jp>
Sent: Saturday, 08 February 2020 02:04
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: Mega Millions Jackpot

Mega Millions Jackpot

I'm Mrs. Mavis Wanczyk, the mega winner of $758 Million in Mega Millions Jackpot, I'm donating to 5 random individuals if you get this email then your email was selected after a spin ball. I have spread most of my wealth over a number of charities and organizations. I have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of $2 Million USD to you as one of the selected 5, to verify my winnings please see my you tube page below.

WATCH ME HERE:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kWnqvJM1mM

THIS IS YOUR DONATION CODE:

Hope to make you and your family happy.

Kindly contact Mr. Audrey Moore, via his Email.( moore.audrey33@aol.com ) how you want to receive your fund, and also send to him your information.

YOUR FULL NAME: ........................
YOUR ADDRESS: ...........................
YOUR PHONE NUMBER: ....................
COUNTRY: .....................



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