Lottery Scams Mega Millions jackpot How to Aware
Some of those scammers have falsely identified themselves as being affiliated with Mega Millions
No representative of Mega Millions would ever call, text, or e-mail anyone about winning a prize.
The scams take many forms and the scammers use many tricks. The criminals may contact unsuspecting consumers by email,
telephone, mobile phone, or through social media sites, and tell intended victims they have won a large prize, including cash, cars or other goods.
Sometimes they offer a "free play" that results in a "prize."
They might identify themselves as being with Mega Millions or another legitimate lottery, even though Mega Millions is a game, not an organization.
They are very persistent, and will use all sorts of tactics to keep trying to get the unsuspecting consumer to give up personal information.
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