Winning lotteries can be quite exciting, the feeling of having so much money to buy that car you always dreamt of, go for that vacation you always wanted and the list is endless.
But one simple rule in the lottery world is- if you don’t play you don’t win, no buts! Having this at the back of your mind is like saying no to lottery fraud, no matter the amount at stake.
Identifying lottery fraud is pretty huay easy, take a look for yourself
To win lotteries you need to register. Furthermore there is a need to fully understand lottery legislation, as some countries frown at participating in lotteries, especially the foreign ones. Even online lotteries require registration before you can be qualified to play and eventually win.
Genuine lottery bodies do not pressure winners to act fast or lose their earnings, as this is clearly underlined in all lottery scams in which a time frame of claiming this winnings is clearly stated.
This is one of the most glaring words of con masters. They always need their dealings to be keep confidential, because if exposed the plug would be pulled out.
4 grammatical errors
Many conmen need to go for english class, as this is obvious in their bogus letters littered with grammatical errors.
5 The obvious
How can a company award me huge amount of money just based on my email address?, when its obvious that email account can be hijacked.
How can a company willing to pay out big money not know the name of the winner and all other necessary information.
6 personal information request
This is another item a con artist can’t afford not to have in their stock.
7 method of payments
In some variations, scammers would offer targets bogus or stolen checks which are to be cleared and wired as payment of some specified fees, the gravity of obliging such request would only be clear when the bank and law enforcement agents comes calling.
On many occasions the addresses giving are false and this should not be taking likely as it is already a minus for such scheme which wants to put a wide hole in your wallet.