• scam
    March 17, 2017
    Saint Marys, Australia
  • Mez
    March 28, 2017
    Epping, Australia
    Lol scammers. They messaged me about being able to get a loan. F off
  • Anonymous
    March 28, 2017
    Bentleigh, Australia
  • John Searcher
    March 26, 2017
    Sydney, Australia
    You can view the domain registration details of these thieves here: https://domlab.net/sweepstakesrewards.net

    Everyone please either send a short email to [email protected], or via their online complaint form here: https://www.enom.com/help/AbusePolicy.aspx - and cause these thieving phishing scum to lose their domain registration.

    i.e. They're deliberately keeping their phishing SMSs and unused website registration separate, in order to retain their domain registration.

    If multiple people submit similar complaints, perhaps they will lose their dishonestly-obtained income stream. (Just say you wish to report www.sweepstakesrewards.net because they are sending you phishing SMS messages claiming you've won a competition, but upon contacting them they request your personal details, and request a fee to process your 'prize'.)

    You can also copy & paste the same complaint here: [email protected] as seen here: http://whoisprivacyprotect.com - which is a genuine business the criminals at sweepstakesrewards.net are using to hide their registration details from view, in order to protect against receiving spam and phishing attempts. (How ironic seeing they are doing the same to us.)

    Upon contacting sweepstakesrewards.net via email, they send you a docx file requesting your personal details, which they then use to contact you personally, confirm your fake 'prize', and request a 'processing fee'.

    I have contacted both the sites I mentioned above. However we need more people to report these thieves in order to take down their sites. Because of the two-pronged method they are using to hide their thieving activities, the domain registration site, and the anonymizer site, may require more than one complaint to remove the income stream of the theives at sweepstakesrewards.net

    Thanks for reading.
  • kk
    March 23, 2017
    Knoxfield, Australia
    Your mobile number has been randomly selected as a lucky winner at the ongoing 2017 sweepstakes promotion. For claims, email: [email protected]***************cc

    probs a scam
  • Anonymous
    March 16, 2017
    Dunsborough, Australia
    this is a scam
  • Nora
    March 15, 2017
    Sydney, Australia
    Your mobile number has been randomly selected as a lucky winner at the ongoing 2017 sweepstakes promotion. For claims, email: [email protected]***************cc
  • Jodi
    March 15, 2017
    Perth, Australia
    I got a text message from this number saying my phone number had been randomly selected as a winner at the ongoing 2017 sweepstakes promotion??

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