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There are an ever-increasing number of lottery scams. These scams can come from as close as Canada and as far away as Australia . They are not legitimate and consumers should be aware.
Unsuspecting individuals are contacted through the Internet or by mail claiming they are a winner of a lottery. Many of these lottery scams are centered out of Australia , Canada , Nigeria , Spain , or United Kingdom . A check is then sent in conjunction with the letter or email and the victim is asked to cash the check and forward a portion or all the funds to a specified location to pay taxes or fees. The check will then be returned counterfeit and the customer is out the money that was sent and no winnings are ever received.
Some lottery scams will ask you to verify personal information such as mother's maiden name, social security numbers, and credit card numbers in order to claim your prize. The information is then used to open accounts in your name or steal money out of already established accounts.
PLEASE KNOW THAT IS ILLEGAL TO PLAY FOREIGN LOTTERIES OVER THE PHONE OR THROUGH THE MAIL!