How nice of him to share….

I mean, I could use the money and all that…..


So I got this text:

This is Scot Godfrey the Power ball winner of $699.8 million powerball jackpot,Congratulations I’m using this time to give out 100 peoples $1,000,000.00 to each USA citizens, I’m donating to 100 random individuals, If you get this message then your number was selected after a spin ball, I really want you to remove Skepticism from your mind because this award is real and 100% legitimate from me Scot Godfrey and the most importantly this is to let you know that you’re a winner of the sum of $1,000,000,00 (Million Us Dollars) in this runner up.. Here is the number of the Agent JULLIUS THOMPSON in charge of your winning (404) 854-6169 text him up on his private secure line for confirmation and delivery of your winnings so you can be make your ACTIVATION processing Asap for the Delivery Then . Trust is the easiest thing in the world to loose, and the hardest thing in the world to get back.” To dream anything that you want to dream. That’s the beauty of the human mind. To do anything that you want to do. That is the strength of the human will. To trust yourself to test your limits. That is the courage to succeed. Ignore this messages if you aren’t ready to activate your winnings Thanks…if you are not interested Ignored this message , Thanks


Yeah, gonna jump right on that.

7 thoughts on “How nice of him to share….

  1. Wow, just like that, you are a millionaire. Who would have thought that could happen, unless you had an uncle in Nigeria?
    Let me be the first one to say congratulations, and when you get your check, don’t forget the little people.
    Oops, just had to answer my phone. Another phishing call from someone trying to get me to ok an Amazon purchase of 999$ for a cellphone. That is the 5th time today. I can’t block the calls, because they come in as no information.

  2. How much of a ‘processing fee’ are they asking for upfront…..
    And how many morons will fall for this scam….

    • feel free to call “Agent Julius Thompson” at the number and ask how much. I didn’t bother.

  3. At least the scammer didn’t ask if you want to include an extended warranty for your car.

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