Bill Lawrence Lottery Winner Scam

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We wish to make it clear that any such name mentioned within these Emails has no connection to the scam. For the sake of searching, we leave these messages untouched, but we will respond to any concerns left in our comments. From: Bill Lawrence <[email protected]> Reply: Bill Lawrence <[email protected]> Date: Sun, 24 May 2020 07:47:03 +0900 (JST)

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Lottery Winner Donation Scam: How It Works. The scam is trending now in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Regardless of what country or state you live in, here is an ingenious approach that scammers take when it comes to lottery winners.

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Bill And Helene Lawrence - [email protected] Post by Matrixy » Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:37 am The email addresses shown below are also being used to send out one of the same exact scam email messages already seen posted above within this topic:

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The attorney, who oversaw the scam from 2018 until this year, skimmed $107 million from the unsuspecting investors, prosecutors alleged. …

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Police say several people have received letters in the mail containing a check for $5,800. The instructions say that the recipient is the winner of a …

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Published June 3, 2019 We have been made aware of a scam that is circulating including our name and wanted to make you aware. This scam will email you saying you are the winner of a lottery and need to contact the credit union—or some other company—in order to claim your prize.

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Two law firms have joined forces to try to find the identities behind fake social media accounts pretending to be a lottery winner in …

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Some windfall winners need a lawyer to protect them from themselves. By G.M. Filisko. December 1, 2016, 4:40 am CST. Shutterstock. You could say Laura Kelly is in the big-money end of the legal

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Reporting scams. We are aware of a potential scam involving a foundation office in Nairobi, Kenya. Please know that we do not have any office in Nairobi, Kenya, and ask that you report any fraudulent activity to local authorities in Kenya. If you doubt the authenticity of any type of correspondence claiming to originate from the Bill & Melinda

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“The scam messages go on to falsely claim that the citizen is the beneficiary of a large amount of money from the lottery winner and …

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Scam bilks hopeful lottery winners: Massachusetts State Lottery "spoof" page lures in unsuspecting victims. July 9, 2003: 3:35 PM EDT By Les Christie, CNN/Money Contributing Writer

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Winners are losers in lottery & sweepstakes scams. You get a card, call, or email telling you that you won! Maybe it’s a lottery, sweepstakes, or some other prize. The person calling is excited and can’t wait for you to get your winnings. But here’s what happens next: they tell you there’s a fee, some taxes, or customs duties to pay.

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The scam involves store clerks at lottery terminal locations. Usually, the clerk is working alone as it is easiest to pull off when no other workers are present. A customer brings in a ticket and asks the clerk to run it through the terminal to see if there was a winner.

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Bill Lawrence’s Multimillion Win. When Powerball winner Bill Lawrence purchased his winning lottery ticket from Gold Ranch, a big and popular Nevada casino that also sells lottery tickets, he had no idea that he had hit the jackpot. In fact, he and his wife were frequent visitors of Gold Ranch, so this was merely routine for them.

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Jason "Jay" Kurland, once considered the go-to lawyer for jackpot winners, was charged with conspiracy, wire fraud and money laundering in connection with an alleged $107 million scheme to defraud

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Law enforcement officials had been wiretapping the men’s phone calls for months, including conversations in which they discussed whether they might go to jail. The lottery winners paid between $75,000 and $200,000 in upfront payments to hire Kurland and his law firm, according to court papers.

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The Lottery Winner University affiliate program is actually quite lucrative as they claim to payout whopping 90% commissions – and these are paid on both the front-end purchases & upsells, meaning you could see yourself earning in excess of $250 per referral. You can learn more about affiliate marketing & how to make money as an affiliate at

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Bill Lawrence’s Multimillion Win When Powerball winner Bill Lawrence purchased his winning lottery ticket from Gold Ranch, a big and popular Nevada casino that also sells lottery tickets, he had no idea that he had hit the jackpot. In fact, he and his wife were frequent visitors of Gold Ranch, so this was merely routine for them.

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