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• Apr 03, 2022

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Sweepstakes. I gotten this text from a Danny Morgan from Facebook lottery. He took a picture of himself with a his picture ID. He told me to send him $800 to fly to CALIFORNIA to get money. But I didn't have him any information. So I told him to take out my winnings. This is the picture of the guy that send the text. I didn't give him any information of my monthly income and my next of kin.
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• May 27, 2021

Victim Location 31701
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Consumer was contacted via facebook messenger saying that he won a Facebook Lottery , had to pay $95 fee

• May 25, 2021

Victim Location 43135
Total money lost $300
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

First it was through my friend on FB who said he won money. Agent Smith Johnson told me to text. Then they got my cell phone number. They are just texting. They sent me a pciture of Kimberly L. Saunthers, a FB lottery agent. She told me not to tell anyone as they would steal my money. They also took a picture of a Fedex box. They also sent pictures of people with big checks in their hands. I've been getting calls from an agent saying I've won $50,000 in the Facebook Lottery. I borrowed $300 from my friend because I promised her I would pay her back double. I sent $300 through Walmart Moneygram in Chillicothe. The money was wired to Kimberly Saunthers, St Johnsville, NY. I didn't see any warnings. I was told I could get the money in a check or ATM card. I have to make a payment fee for them to deliver the money. Now, he's literally on my phone right now. He wants me to buy a $300 Nike giftcard. He says the money will be delivered today within 24 hrs. He was adamant I could make payments, but if I don't make all of my payments I will lose my winning money. I've blocked 3 agents on my cell phone and on FB but they keep texting. Kimberly says Smith is a fake agent, and she's a real agent. She says I shouldn't be talking to him. I'm on disability I had a tree fall on my house and I need to remodel it.

Victim Location 78251
Total money lost $800
Type of a scam Phishing

Am in the process of a Scam right now. What do I mean by that, here it is. I just got scammed out of $800.00 a few hours ago. I have been very careful not to ever fall for stupid scammers. However a friend of mine contacted me today that she had won $150,000 on a Facebook lottery. She send me the link and said my name was on the list also, I fell for it. They are asking me for $4,500.00 more but because it's late I told them I was not gonna be able to get it tonight until tomorrow morning. I just found out it's a scam. I thank the good Lord I did not give the rest of the money. However worse than the money I lost I gave him all my private information, I was stupid and gave him a copy of my D. L

Victim Location 85204
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

The first thing I received was a text saying that I had won the Facebook Lottery. All I had to do was click on the link and fill out the form to get an email with the details. So that's what I did. Now I get texts and emails from them constantly asking me when I'm going to send them the money they're asking for.

I looked up the address that they gave me to send the money to. It turns out that it's an apartment complex.

Victim Location 77629
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

on my Facebook, I was told I won $800,000.00 and to call this number 740-743-8658. So, I call it and got an man of Indian Accent stating I did win this money, bt I have to purchase a $50.00 Steam Card. Once I purchase the card call back and I will be speaking we a lady at this number, 313-395-5657 she would give me instructions on what to do. When I told him I won't go get the card, he ask me for a credit card number. When I was going to give him my credit card number, I was taking a little to long for him, he started using profanity, telling me to give him the damn card number. Figured out pretty quickly that he wasn't legitimate. So, I decided to call the BBB.

Victim Location 77629
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

on my Facebook, I was told I won $800,000.00 and to call this number 740-743-8658. So, I call it and got an man of Indian Accent stating I did win this money, bt I have to purchase a $50.00 Steam Card. Once I purchase the card call back and I will be speaking we a lady at this number, 313-395-5657 she would give me instructions on what to do. When I told him I won't go get the card, he ask me for a credit card number. When I was going to give him my credit card number, I was taking a little to long for him, he started using profanity, telling me to give him the damn card number. Figured out pretty quickly that he wasn't legitimate. So, I decided to call the BBB.

Victim Location 44041
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I was contacted by two people on Facebook Messenger stating I won money. They were with Facebook. I won $500,000. Facebook Lottery. Something like that. One of the people pretended to be Marc Zuckerberg. They instructed me to go to Wal Mart and buy enough Stream Cards for $500 $400 or $300. Depending on how fast I wanted my prize to arrive. I went to Wal Mart in Madison OH last night to purchase the cards. I had called Wal Mart before I went and they would have them at the desk. I showed the Facebook Messengers to the clerks at the Wal Mart Service Desk. They told me they thought it was a scam. I was going to buy them but didn't. I did not send any money. A woman called me by the name of Maami Tam with Facebook.She was directed to call me from the Facebook Board of Directors. Her phone number is 650-999-0307. She was the one that wanted me to buy the cards. The messenger from Mark Zuckerberg was phone number 323-403-0611. I reported this to the Geneva on The Lake Police Department when I got home from Wal Mart. They could not do anything. I wanted to report this scam so people know.

Victim Location 47421
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Facebook told me I won $250,000. But I had to purchase a $250.00 Google Play card to get the money. I knew it was a scam so I contacted BBB.

Victim Location 84066
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

For the past few days I had a woman her name was Michelle Stern she contacted me and said she work for Facebook Lottery for HQ so she tells me I want a $800,000 WowWee right okay I've never heard of the Facebook lottery so she tells me I have to come up with $400 to pay the FedEx be so FedEx send me a thing it's FedEx Courier delivery company 17 at gmail.com is is there Gmail whatever they're using so then I get out a thing from the FBI on Facebook or on Gmail and they tell me there's a scam that they're looking into and I'm talking to a group of people and I'm being watched well good first he tells me to get off and quit talking to these people second he tells me he says stay on there with him talk about the Facebook Lottery blah blah blah here recently sent me another message saying I thought we told you to stay off of stop talking to these people well I'm a grown [censored] man I don't I don't have to listen to the FBI you know but I don't I know it's a scam and FedEx keeps telling me send $50 in an Amazon or an iTunes card that's what got me that's where I draw the line cuz I've been talking to him for a couple days I just wish someone would do something about it and quit bull crapping around thank you for reading have a good day

Victim Location 59801
Total money lost $1,200
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I was contacted by a friend on Facebook who I knew well and did not realize that her account was hacked into at the time. She asked me if I got the money I won and that she also won and got $60,000.00 .She gave me the contact information to a man named Steve Carlile who claimed to be in charge of winnings. I asked how I won this money and he said it was by a random selection to promote thier cause for poverty stricken people in the United Nations and give then a good name. He then asked for my name age and all that then sent me a FedEx tracking code that I needed to receive my winnings after paying an insurance or assurance fee of $1,200.00.I told him I did not have a debit or credit card. He said I could buy itune cards and give him the codes on the back and send pictures of them. So after I did that J was told again that I had to pay another $3,000.00 to the FBI for reasons I did not understand and that's when I realized I had been scammed.

Victim Location 45402
Total money lost $50
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Received notification via Facebook that I won a Facebook Lottery. Stated I won $500,000. I was suppose to send money to them in order to receive my prize. They were impersonating a Homeland Security Agent .

Victim Location 38574
Type of a scam Other

We are in the same time zone as scammer yet they've been texting since 4 am. They want my friend to send them $450 for a $500 Amazon card. When my friend declined and said she was reporting them, they sent a photo of an FBI badge and said they are an FBI agent with information on her family. Its 1:37 pm and they are still texting.

Victim Location 38574
Type of a scam Other

We are in the same time zone as scammer yet they've been texting since 4 am. They want my friend to send them $450 for a $500 Amazon card. When my friend declined and said she was reporting them, they sent a photo of an FBI badge and said they are an FBI agent with information on her family. Its 1:37 pm and they are still texting.

Victim Location 21225
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Please help my sister stop sending money to these people. They are asking her to send all of her monthly bill money saying that they will give her 2 million dollars from a Facebook lottery.

Victim Location 54208
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I received a message on Facebook from "Mandolyn" saying that I had won $1 Million dollars through FB and Mark Zuckerberg. I then spoke to Erskine Bowls who was the Lottery Adviser and was told that I needed to pay a delivery fee of $450 to collect my winnings. I was to go to the store and I would be wiring money to Lisa Gong, in Mt. Sterling, KY, but I was to contact my adviser for further instructions once I got to the store as I was to send the money to 4 different people. I decided to check it out.

Victim Location 47610
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I received a text message from someone saying their bane is Katherine B Johnson and that i had won $500,000 from the facebook lottery. She stated that it was not a scam and the fbi knew all about the lottery winnings. She said that in order to get the money i had to go to California to the office or pay $295.00 for them to send me a a prepaid card. I knew it was a scam so i said i didnt have the money today and she said i needed to pay today so i can have the money on my doorsteps tomorrow. I said im off work because i just had twins. She said give me the time u will pay so i can give you the delivery information.

Victim Location 53215
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I was friended by Susan Bentram William aka "tsparkles" on Facebook a few weeks ago. After a few weeks, she messaged me asking if I was the real (my name) of WI. I said yes and she told me that I was the winner of the Facebook Lottery and had won $600,000. She gave me a claim number, serial number, confirmation number and I was told that it would come the next day by Fed Ex. I was then told that there was a delivery fee of $355 for Fed Ex. I said I did not have that kind of money and she started lowering the price. I called Fed Ex and they told me that they did not charge a delivery fee. When I told the scammers this I was contacted by Miller William, who said that Mark Zuckerberg hired a Fed Ex privately to deliver my winnings. I told them that this was a scam. Today when I looked, all my messages from Susan were deleted. I did find a FB page for her and there were messages from 5 Nigerian men.

Victim Location 28753
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Maryanne Kathy (in Menlo, California) contacted consumer through Facebook stating consumer won a sum of $500,000 and requested a $300 delivery fee for FedEx.

Victim Location 90001
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

Don't believe Facebook lottery. They want your bank info, and all other info, and to pay them $450 to get a winning check, or give them credit card info. Claims to be Facebook lottery agent.

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