Getting e-mails stating I have won the lottery. Some guy named Kevin J. Aronin
Chairman & CEO is signed at the bottom.
Once I searched the web for this guy it indicated a lottery scam and the address provided on the e-mail does not exist and he lives or works out of another address. It appears that he gets our e-mail address. Why is he not caught and thrown in jail?
The e-mail sent to me came from this e-mail addy: PrizeSupervisor@FreeLotto.com
Get this crook! Please. I am not stupid to give my credit card number over the net, but it appears that this e-mail can be also used as phishing scam as well.