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Ejekwe Mackson Obiosa FACEBOOK! PAY ME MY MONEY: -- CONGRATULATIONS FROM FACE BOOK! We are pleased to inform you of the result of the just concluded annual Final draws held on the (21st JAN 2014) by Face book group in cash Promotion to encourage the usage of Face book Read more ...
worldwide, your JavaScript: void (0) Name was among the 20 Lucky winners who won $700.000.00USD (Seven hundred thousand united state dollars) each on the Face book group promotion Award Attached to ticket number (5647600545189) and Ref No (2551256002/244) Serial Number (55643451907). The online draws was Conducted by a random selection of email you where picked by an Advanced automated random computer search from the Face book in other To claim your $700.000.00USD the lottery program which is the 7th year anniversary promo jackpot draws 2014 , is aimed at saying A BIG THANK YOU to all our users for making Face book their number one means to connect, communicate, relate and hook up with their families and friends over the years. This is part of our security protocol is to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some participants and Scam artists All participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from over 20,000 companies' and 30,000,000 individuals' email addresses and names from all over the world. This promotional program takes place every three years. Please contact cash officer for more details and claims via: EMAIL: facebookonline47@gmail.com CONGRATULATIONS ONCE AGAIN FROM FACE BOOK! Thanks, Regards, Adams Promo Coordinator.
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Security, Scams & Hoax Alerts #SpamNews by: http://spamnews.com/ Security experts have warned about spammers exploiting the name of well-known website for social-networking, Facebook within one fresh lottery e-mail fraud, reported softpedia.com dated April 8, 2014. A sample e-m Read more ...
ail tells the recipient that Facebook is happy to inform that the 30th March 2014-held annual Final lotteries by Facebook have been concluded and the results are out. The draw is for cash promotion while persuading every Facebook surfer globally to participate. Of the fifty participants who were lucky to win USD600,000 each, the recipient's name is one. He's the winner through Facebook's promotion award associated with the 5647600545189 ticket number along with the 55643451907 Ref No. © Serial number. The e-mail continues that the recipient requires replying quickly so the fund delivery can start. He should also communicate with the lottery program's dispatch department at fbaward14@gmail.com while re-validate his entire information. In doing so, he must cite his Ticket, Batch as well as Reference numbers just as within all other messages. Moreover, incase of any alternation within his e-mail id, he should inform the company on time, the message concludes. But there is no actual relation between the e-mails and Facebook. If anyone makes the mistake of getting in touch as per instructions, he'll swiftly be directed for making different upfront payments supposedly for meeting costs like insurance, tax, bank, else delivery charges. Besides, these expenses can't get debited from the award money as reasons attributed to lawful alternatively company policy. Unfortunately, irrespective of any amount of money victims remit, there wouldn't ever be the promised reward that didn't even exist. Moreover, the money remitted would only land inside the greedy cyber scammers' pockets. Furthermore, suppose the victims divulge sufficient financial/personal details while the scam runs, there may even be identity theft besides theft of money by the criminals. Therefore, end-users must remain extremely careful about any e-mail asserting they're winners of a huge monetary reward within a promotion or lottery, which they haven't at all participated in. Such an e-mail shouldn't be answered. Moreover, any web-link/attachment inside it shouldn't be clicked or viewed. It's just proper to erase such messages, specialists advise.
15 hours ago
PC Scams Hoax & Securty Alerts #SpamNews by http://spamnews.com Security experts have warned about spammers exploiting the name of well-known website for social-networking, Facebook within one fresh lottery e-mail fraud, reported softpedia.com dated April 8, 2014. A sample e-mai Read more ...
l tells the recipient that Facebook is happy to inform that the 30th March 2014-held annual Final lotteries by Facebook have been concluded and the results are out. The draw is for cash promotion while persuading every Facebook surfer globally to participate. Of the fifty participants who were lucky to win USD600,000 each, the recipient's name is one. He's the winner through Facebook's promotion award associated with the 5647600545189 ticket number along with the 55643451907 Ref No. © Serial number. The e-mail continues that the recipient requires replying quickly so the fund delivery can start. He should also communicate with the lottery program's dispatch department at fbaward14@gmail.com while re-validate his entire information. In doing so, he must cite his Ticket, Batch as well as Reference numbers just as within all other messages. Moreover, incase of any alternation within his e-mail id, he should inform the company on time, the message concludes. But there is no actual relation between the e-mails and Facebook. If anyone makes the mistake of getting in touch as per instructions, he'll swiftly be directed for making different upfront payments supposedly for meeting costs like insurance, tax, bank, else delivery charges. Besides, these expenses can't get debited from the award money as reasons attributed to lawful alternatively company policy. Unfortunately, irrespective of any amount of money victims remit, there wouldn't ever be the promised reward that didn't even exist. Moreover, the money remitted would only land inside the greedy cyber scammers' pockets. Furthermore, suppose the victims divulge sufficient financial/personal details while the scam runs, there may even be identity theft besides theft of money by the criminals. Therefore, end-users must remain extremely careful about any e-mail asserting they're winners of a huge monetary reward within a promotion or lottery, which they haven't at all participated in. Such an e-mail shouldn't be answered. Moreover, any web-link/attachment inside it shouldn't be clicked or viewed. It's just proper to erase such messages, specialists advise.
15 hours ago
Kuurus Sicarius http://news.softpedia.com/news/Facebook-Scam-Freedom-Award-Lottery-Promotion-Agency-Company-398026.shtml Conversation started today Melissa Walker 2:30pm Melissa Walker Hello Kuurus How are you doing? Kuurus Sicarius 2:33pm Kuurus Sicarius Hi! C Read more ...
an't complain.. not that it would do any good if I did. How are you? Melissa Walker 2:34pm Melissa Walker Okay..I am Agent Melissa by name,I live at Palo Alto California and i work for the Facebook Operating Inc and you ? Kuurus Sicarius 2:35pm Kuurus Sicarius Hmm.. ok. I'm a disabled person trying to make ends meet. Melissa Walker 2:35pm Melissa Walker Okay...I was Instructed to get you contacted by the Facebook CEO MR Mark..I have a good news for you concerning your Facebook Account Kuurus Sicarius 2:35pm Kuurus Sicarius Ok. Before you continue, I should warn you I have 15years in litigation and do my homework. So far, I am finding nothing called Facebook Operating Inc. Melissa Walker 2:37pm Melissa Walker Okay Before i proceed i will love to Know if you have heard about the ongoing Facebook Microsoft Promotion going on in the internet? Kuurus Sicarius 2:38pm Kuurus Sicarius Newp Melissa Walker 2:39pm Melissa Walker Have any of our out staff informed you about the Microsoft Promotion and your winning? Kuurus Sicarius 2:40pm Kuurus Sicarius No, but I'm researching right now. Melissa Walker 2:41pm Melissa Walker The online draws was conducted by a random selection of emails you were picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the Facebook in other to claim your $500.000.00usd the lottery program which is a new innovation by Facebook, is aimed at saying a big thank you to all our users for making Facebook their number one means to connect, communicate, relate and hook up with their families and friends over the years.... Kuurus Sicarius 2:42pm Kuurus Sicarius By all means, continue. Melissa Walker 2:42pm Melissa Walker The online draws was conducted by a random selection of emails you were picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the Facebook in other to claim your $500.000.00usd the lottery program which is a new innovation by Facebook, is aimed at saying a big thank you to all our users for making Facebook their number one means to connect, communicate, relate and hook up with their families and friends over the years.... Kuurus Sicarius 2:43pm Kuurus Sicarius ok Melissa Walker 2:44pm Melissa Walker I am delighted to inform you that your name was among our 20 lucky selected winner in the Facebook Microsoft Promotion going on,Who won the sum of $500,000.00 and i am here one of that claiming officer love to know if you are ready in claiming your winning prize? Kuurus Sicarius 2:44pm Kuurus Sicarius I'm listening. Melissa Walker 2:45pm Melissa Walker NOTE:We want you to be well assured that this Microsoft Promotion is 100% Real and Legit and we also want you to know that this Promotion is not a Joke or a scam and it is fully approved by the The Federal Bureau of Investigation..So you have nothing to be worried about.. Kuurus Sicarius 2:45pm Kuurus Sicarius Note: I can call them and find out right now. Melissa Walker 2:46pm Melissa Walker Okay Kuurus Sicarius 2:47pm Kuurus Sicarius So how much you asking for? lol Melissa Walker 2:50pm Melissa Walker Okay..You have to Write down this information below in a save place because it will be ask for you Ticket number (5647600545189) Ref No (2551256002/244) Serial Number (55643451907). Kuurus Sicarius 2:50pm Kuurus Sicarius It's in this message, so that's good enough. Kuurus Sicarius I guess we're done here then? Note: I did not receive any response after this.
Facebook Scam: Freedom Award Lottery Promotion Agency Company
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Since mid-July, there's a page on Facebook called the “Freedom Award Lottery Promotion Agency Company.” The page is part of a lottery...
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Facebook Scam: Freedom Award Lottery Promotion Agency Company
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Since mid-July, there's a page on Facebook called the “Freedom Award Lottery Promotion Agency Company.” The page is part of a lottery...
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