Lotteries warns of phone scam

 

NSW Lotteries is appealing to players to be aware of a lottery scam, which takes the form of a mobile phone SMS message allegedly ‘notifying’ players of a ‘Powerball prize win’. NSW Lotteries wishes to reiterate to players that it does not communicate prize wins via SMS or email. NSW Lotteries players receiving suspicious mobile phone messages, emails or telephone calls from someone claiming to represent NSW Lotteries are encouraged to avoid:  paying money in advance to collect a ‘prize’;  revealing personal or banking details to unknown parties; and  replying to the message. Suspected lottery scams should be reported to SCAMwatch on 1300 795 995 or at www.scamwatch.gov.au


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