This is a scammer, who is hoping you will give them your email address, so that they can log in to your email and send spam to all the people on your email list.

This scammer hasn’t even attempted to disguise their link – which goes to a form they have made on Google docs.  I clicked on the “report abuse” link at the bottom of the form.

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4 thoughts on “ATTENTION!

  1. Reply Hillary Alford Jun 5,2013 7:41 am

    Scam!!!!! Those messages are both a fake and an outright fraud. Don’t contact the phishers and give them any of your personal information at all. If that involves money for insurance or fees, don’t give them not one cent of it. You’ll never see the money again. Remember no major company gets involved in any fake lotteries. The scammers are already using companies’ names as a front for their illegal activities. Send those scam messages straight into oblivion by deleting them right away. This is one lottery you’ll never win because it’s “bogus.” You’ll have to pay some money to play in the lottery. Another thing, the phishers telling you to “keep this lottery information confidential” would indicate to you not to say anything about this to anybody until they have finished scamming you.

  2. Reply Joyce H. Morrow May 27,2013 5:01 am

    Crooks sending these messages focus on your trust of the brand and trick you into clicking a link. And by doing so, you could end up downloading a virus or revealing confidential information such as account and/or social security numbers.

  3. Reply Brenton K. Jefferson Apr 30,2013 7:23 pm

    place the curosr in front of the sender’s name and address > left click and HOLD, clide the cursor across the name and address > reight click > click Cut.

  4. Reply Lottie Knapp Feb 15,2013 5:27 am

    We are already aware of this issue and we have already forward this to our Product team. In the meantime, we advice you to mark any emails as Phishing scams if you are not sure about it. You can also review email headers if in doubt for messages that seem suspicious.


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