Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Dumb British Scammers Using Lottery Winners Names To Fool Victims

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Scammers using the names of actual British lottery winners to pray on unsuspecting victims going through economic hard times.

By H. Nelson Goodson
July 24, 2013

England - On Wednesday, scammers continued to send out e-mails from Adrian Gillian and his wife Bayford using a account to notifying potential victims that the couple wants to donate $1.5M ($1M British Pounds) and to respond with name and an address, so they can send it. When returning e-mail, their return e-mail account turns into A big red flag, that it is most likely is a scam.
Yeah right, Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) investigated and discovered that scammers have been using an actual couple's name who won a British lottery and this scammers are trying to scam victims. The Gillian lottery e-mail scam began several years ago, according to authorities. 

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