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Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Cathy Witthoeft
Rapid City, SD, United States
2012-10-25 12:11:34
Business Venture Scam
+5 Exxon-Mobil Promotion (exxxmobl@essn.fr)
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Mr. William Weber, exxon-mobil444@wss-id.org
Email Address:
   exxxmobl@essn.fr
You have won €500,000.00 in the on-going EXXON-MOBIL Email Promotion
Christmas Award 2012. Send your full names, address, Phone no. and
Verification No.:EM-389-6373,FGN/P-073-92 to Mr William Weber,
Email:exxon-mobil444@wss-id.org, or call the customer\'s service no. on
+33762248609 for more details

(copied from 10/24/2012 e-mail exactly as received)
Follow Ups/Extra Information. Most recent is listed first.
Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2013-06-07 10:15:48
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   MR WILLIAMS
Telephone:
   0710816762
CONGRATULATION YOUR SIM HAVE WON 450 000 FROM EXXON MOBIL PROMO WITH (REF NOXM 09 SA)PLS CALL WILLIAMS ON 0710816762 FOR ACTIVATION & CLAIM

Scam Email
SMS

Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2013-05-15 13:58:25
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Mr. Williams Webber
Email Address:
   jimandcarm@cogeco.ca
You have won the ongoing Exxon-Mobil Promotion 2013. send your name,contact address,phone number for more information to Mr. Williams Webber exxon-mobil307@xnmsn.com

Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2013-05-14 08:28:51
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Mr. Williams Webber
Email Address:
   exxon-mobil307@xnmsn.com, mmunro@cogeco.ca
Not scammed, just another "Heads Ups" added to the other reports.

Scam Email
You have won the ongoing Exxon-Mobil Promotion 2013. send your name,contact address,phone number for more information to Mr. Williams Webber exxon-mobil307@xnmsn.com

Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2013-05-08 12:26:14
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Exxon-Mobil Promotion [cknoll2@cogeco.ca]
Email Address:
   [cknoll2@cogeco.ca]
You have won the ongoing Exxon-Mobil Promotion 2013. send your name,contact address,phone number for more information to Mr. Williams Webber exxon-mobil871@xnmsn.com

Scam Email
exxon-mobil871@xnmsn.com

Charlie   (US) Added the following extra information on :2012-10-27 22:56:10
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   William Weber,
Email Address:
   mailto:exxnmobloilgas@wss-id.org
I wasn't scammed but thought I should use this e-mail as an example to show what to look for.
"Exxon-Mobil Promotion" <--not Exxon's website www.exxonmobil.com (no subject)<---odd To <---also odd You have won €500,000.00 in the on-going EXXON-MOBIL Email Promotion Award 2012. Send your full names, address, Phone no. and Verification No.:EM-389-6373,FGN/P-073-92 to Mr William Weber, exxnmobloilgas@wss-id.org, or call the customer's service no. on +33762248609 for more details. ©2012
Always be weary of winning things you did not sign up for. Now a break down of the e-mail. First line of message there is no currency value e.g. $€£ Second line several grammatical errors Full names? Plural. Also didn't fully spell number. Big companies like to show some professionalism. Third line has no job title also odd. Fourth line the e-mail address completely misspelled Exxon Mobil and the domain wss-id.org is for windows server system Indonesia. That's a dead give away not only can Exxon afford its own e-mail server but it's a company and would have a .com not a .org. Fifth line I'm pretty sure Exxon would also have a US 1800 phone number. If the number seems odd google the country code. Sixth line is just a copyright symbol, no all rights reserved Exxon or any thing like that. These are all things to look for when a suspicious"You're a Winner" e-mail comes. Also its a good idea to check the link by right clicking and viewing the source code. Any suspicious domain such as wss-I'd. . .should be googled.

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