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It is seen that Advance-Fee Fraud i.e. confidence trick to earn money is used by scammers sending phone text (SMS) messages as a means of gaining new victims. These (SMS) messages claim that the recipient has won a substantial sum of money in an online lottery as shown below. The texts claim that the “lucky” […]

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Here’s a curious bit of spam mail involving the well worn subject of Green Card Lotteries: Click to Enlarge Did you know the “Department of State” send out random emails from a free MSN address? No, neither did I. This multicoloured monstrosity claims you’ve won a US green card, then goes on to say you […]

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I must be the luckiest person on the planet – I keep winning lotteries! Here’s the latest notification – straight from Aunty Beeb herself, the BBC. Apparently the BBC is now deciding who has won the lottery based not upon who bought tickets, but instead simply by pulling email addresses out of a hat! That […]

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