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“You’ve Won” Scams
Have you ever been a “big winner”?
“You’ve Won” Scams You get: A call An email A card
Tell Them What They Won You’ve won: A prize A sweepstakes The lottery A trip
But wait… They’ll ask for: Fees Taxes Customs duties
But, wait… They’ll want: Your credit card number Your bank account number You to add money to prepaid cards You to wire money
When “you’ve won…” What you can do: Keep your money to yourself Keep your information to yourself If in doubt, check it out Never wire money to anyone
“You’ve Won” Scams
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