Freelotto / kevin aronin
My boyfriend got an email a couple days ago, which was apparently to inform him of the 1, 000, 000 poundshe won in free lotto.
He did play the lottery the Friday before so it seemed reasonable. He waited until i got home, and when i read the email again, i see that the information was sent from a department of free lotto, however it was @GMAIL.COM.
This was fishy because it should have been something like email@example.com, which would have sounded more credible than hotmail or gmail.
Then a second email from the "CEO" of the company, asking for my boyfriend's information: i.e. name, address, birthday, passport..etc.
My boyfriend sent the information, of course, in hope of cashing more than 1 million in canadian dollar. Now they ask him to choose 1 of the 3 options
1. hire professional lawyer to help him open up the account (why lawyer??)
2. have a courier deliver, but he would be 100% liable.
3. personally go to UK in the next three days.
all 3 are not an option, so i sent back an email in his name to ask the CEO WHY he can't just send a check.
anyway... don't know what will happen next, but probably a scam, WATCH OUT
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