Details of Scam Report
|Name||Mr. Phillips B. Herman ⇒|
|Email Addressemail@example.com ⇒|
These people are so cheeky! They send you an email saying that you have won some ridiculous amount of money (like Â£48.000.000), in a GMAIL Lottery, and they send you a 'verification form' so you can enter all your details, followed by your bank details for 'bank transfer' of the 'winnings'.
No money comes so easy to anybody, no matter what.Especially not that ridiculous amount!
Please don't be fooled. Don't send them any details, just tell them to go away, and warn other people. I was tempted at first to send off that form, and see what happens, but my suspicious nature won. IF you haven't entered any competitions, or the company is not well known, please do your researches first, before you give anybody your personal details. Chances are that in 99.9% cases it will be a scam. Sad but true.
I can't believe that there are humans out there that thrive on hurting others in this way! It's sad , and I hope these scamers will burn in hell.
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