some tips that can prevent you from Mega Millions jackpot scammed

* If someone says you have won a lottery that you have never played, be suspicious. 

You can’t win a legitimate lottery if you didn’t buy a ticket. 

If you are in a jurisdiction that is outside the market area of the lottery or game mentioned as the source of the “prize,” then it is a scam 

* Be suspicious if an e-mail contains misspellings or poor grammar, or if the person who called you uses poor English.  

If you are told that you need to keep your “win” confidential, be suspicious.  

No real lottery tells winners to put up their own money in order to collect a prize they have already won. 

No representative of Mega Millions would ever call, text, or e-mail anyone about winning a prize. 

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