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Lottery Scam -International Cricket 2011 Lottery.

06
Dec
2011

If you receive one of these below scam emails, it is important that you do not respond to it in anyway. It’s a traditional way of scamming. The scammer targets the people, whom are habitual of playing Online lotteries. The scammers are likely to act upon any response from those they see as potential victims. It may be possible the attachment to certain emails may contain any malicious or vulnerable code, which probably infect your computer.


If you have supplied banking details, a large amount of personal information, copies of your driver’s license and passport to the scammers, then you may become a victim of identity theft. Scammers may use your identity for doing other crimes.

Unfortunately, there is probably very little you can do to recover any money you have already supplied. However, you should inform your local law enforcement agency as soon as possible.

We recommend you all to stay away from such fraudulent emails.

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