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Here are some typical ‘Lottery letters’ that make use of the ploys most favored by the fraudsters.how does viagra work
One email informs recipients that they have won a prize in a European lottery:
Expressions such as “your email address was selected” or “your address has won” are telltale signs that the message is part of a scam. After all, you haven’t used your address to participate in a prize draw, have you? And even if you have, it was unlikely to have been the European lottery named here.
If nothing else, the request to contact a Mr. Marshall Ellis in Nigeria, who for some reason uses the public service live.com, is bound to convince us that what we are dealing with here is spam – lottery organizers just don’t ask winners to contact them at their personal email addresses. All communication in such cases would be sent to and from a business address. Moreover, if the lottery is European, then why does Mr. Ellis reside in Nigeria?
Highly inquisitive users may well wonder about the euroonlinelottery.com domain from which the message was sent. Their suspicions would be confirmed. Yes, that’s right, no such site actually exists. Instead, the browser redirects to wn.com (World News). There is no sign of a lottery at the site and never has been.viagra dosage
The second message promises a lottery win from Coca Cola, but, inexplicably, is sent from a French Yahoo! server:
The fraudsters obviously expect some recipients to suspect a scam and attempt to convince them otherwise. Here’s another example of a scam that no doubt appears to be perfectly plausible from its authors’ point of view:
We won’t bother citing this rather long message, which is designed to look like an email from Google, in full. We only want to draw your attention to the second paragraph where it states: “The online draws was conducted by a random selection of email addresses from an exclusive list of E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the internet. However, no tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy.”viagra 100mg
It’s easier to get the victim to take the bait if the fake lottery uses the name of a reputable organization, be it Coca Cola or Google, BMW or McDonald’s, Microsoft or Yahoo! Unfortunately, these companies cannot do anything about random fraudsters exploiting their names for their own ends.
These messages claim to come from large companies which are allegedly conducting lotteries. The attachments contain more “you won” messages. But why would representatives of all these companies send messages from public mail servers like Gmail or MSN?
Should you receive an email of this type, visit the specific company’s official website; most likely, you will find that the company is not actually holding a lottery of any kind. Furthermore, if you Google “Coca Cola lottery”, “Yahoo lottery”, “Google lottery” etc., you will receive links to articles describing this type of online fraud with specific examples and even victims’ stories.cialis vs viagra
The Google Translate service has made life much easier for online fraudsters with international ambitions. If earlier their target audience was limited to their compatriots, now they can send messages to users all over the world. We routinely receive such notifications in English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Ukrainian, Polish, Norwegian and a number of other languages, not to mention Russian.
Below are examples of the joint creative efforts of the fraudsters and translating machines. The sample texts are in English, German and Spanish.
We can’t really imagine that any of our readers would be suckered by such linguistic creations, but still, we urge all users to be cautious. Real lottery organizers would not mutilate a language like that in the above examples.how long does viagra last
It is totally fake Samsung company is not providing any lottery towards public. it is totally a fake parcel .we need to be aware that they ask our proof. don't sent it to that email id. they will miss use it . Like grege jean and also don't give any amount of money to them . It is totally fake. Don't give any valuable information to them plz be noted. weather check it and forward it cyber cell of your local area .don't attend any calls from unknown numbers such starts with +44,+1etc beware about this .we all together to show common mans power to them by report to cyber cell as crime . If you get any parcels from them it may contain sand or pepper there you can't find a check or smartphone. Don't become as fool by this type of email fraudness.alway beware that the team they have is high powerful and to strong . Also they hacker to take our valuable information from them.viagra for men
The winner of that million Powerball® prize sitting unclaimed in Cedar Rapids for the past nine months has come forward! Jeff Wolf of Iowa City claimed the prize today. He said he’s known since shortly after the July 16 drawing that he’d won a big prize, but he took his time in claiming it while he thought through what to do with the money. Click on the video above to see Jeff’s story!
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The results are in for our lottery’s latest year: Scratch-ticket sales set a record for the fourth year in a row as the Iowa Lottery hit record total sales in fiscal year 2018, had record prizes to players and finished with annual results in its overall Top 2. Our preliminary figures for the year show that the Iowa Lottery generated .1 million in proceeds to state causes in FY 2018, which ended June 30. That’s the second-highest proceeds total in the lottery’s 33-year history and the fifth time that our annual proceeds have topped the -million mark.
Lottery players won a record 7.5 million in prizes for the year. And total annual lottery sales were a record 1 million, topping the 0-million mark for the seventh year in a row.
But those numbers aren’t the only way we judge the outcome of a year, and there were a lot of other positives during the past 12 months. We got a clean audit for FY 2017 from the State Auditor’s Office, had record exposure for play responsibly messages in March as part of our work to support National Problem Gambling Awareness Month, and we won an international award for gaming compliance in the long-running jackpot investigation case. We are extremely proud to have been able to achieve success on those fronts as well.
Scratch-ticket sales in Iowa have set records each year since FY 2015, did that again this past year, reaching a grand total of 4.3 million. Powerball and Mega Millions also both saw sales increases this past year in Iowa.
I give a huge shout-out to Iowa retailers for their work in helping lottery customers and selling tickets. Local businesses across the state received .2 million in annual sales commissions from the lottery in FY 2018, and we’re glad to be able to make a difference for their bottom line.
Another highlight for the year was the .5 million that the lottery raised for the Iowa Veterans Trust Fund to help our state’s veterans and their families. We’ve now has raised nearly million for the Veterans Trust Fund since we began providing proceeds to that cause in 2008.
The largest prize won by an Iowa Lottery player in FY 2018 was a .38 million Lotto America jackpot claimed by Chuck Anderson of Davenport on May 10. Four other Iowa tickets won prizes of million during the year, including a Powerball ticket purchased in Nevada for the April 11 drawing that's still unclaimed. I know there is always a lot of interest in where people buy their lottery tickets. The Top 10 retailers for lottery sales in FY 2018 were in four different communities:
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