Scambusters, Preventing Internet Scams & Phishing Attempts

This blog is dedicated to help preventing internet fraud and internet scams. Scambusters was a radio show I started in Albany Oregon, but due to defaulted payment by the radio station we took the show offline. Regardless of this issue we still wish to help prevent internet fraud and save people from internet loss. I have been interviewed and featured in various publications such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times & Daily News, The London Times & AARP Newsletters. Please watch this blog for latest tips and tricks and scams to avoid.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Craigslist Lottery SCAM > Case ID #421-25-151-742 - moore.lnd@gmail.com

SCAM 100% of the time, there are no online Lotteries as I have mentioned 100 times or more before.  Plus Craigslist employees do not use gmail.com as their mail server.  > moore.lnd@gmail.com

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Elizabeth Moore - Support <moore.lnd@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 12:04 PM
Subject: Case ID #421-25-151-742



     Attention Craigslist member,

  You have been selected as one of our most recent winners for today. We randomly choose numbers to match up with ads on Craigslist and your advertisement matched with our latest drawing.

  In order to claim your Apple MacBook Pro, you must reply us with a valid cell number.
  Once again, we have been running this promotion only today so please reply else we will select another member

     Elizabeth Moore

     CEO, Craigslist Team

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Today I received another email from Elizabeth Moore.Wanted a landline number and for me to answerto give me a "pin number "to claim my IMac.I answered the first with a "go scam someone else, and see if you can get a life.

Editor in Cheif said...

I got the same email today. Scams scams scams.....