|Mr. Todd Sloan|
|Mr. Todd Sloan, PCH Company Too good to be true harassment... London, Nationwide |
|26th of Mar, 2011 by User203802 |
|I have received an inquiry for information via email stating that my work email has won a Publishers Clearing House lottery. The sender of the email was a Mr. Todd Sloan, [email protected] He was asking for my phone number, name and address. Upon receipt of this information I would be given more information. I am writing this report to warn other people about these scams so that they don't fall prey to these type of too good to be true claims. Beware of Mr. Todd Sloan!!|
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Monday, June 20, 2011 1:05 PM
"Mr Todd Sloan" <[email protected]>
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Your e-mail has won $1, 000, 000.00 in the recent Publishing Clearing House Lottery, please reply immediately to collect your winnings.Please Send Your Info, Name Address, Phone Number to [email protected]
Mr. Todd Sloan
From Sharon Mardis
|Just letting you know about this email.|
|IT HELPED A LOT BECAUSE I GOT ONE TOO!!! How stupid does he think Americans are???|
Your e-mail has won one milllion america dollars in the recent Publisher's
Clearing House Lottery.
Contact us on :[email protected] with the following information, NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE
NUMBER AND YOUR CITY.
Mr. Todd Sloan
|Todd Sloan would not send you an email asking for your information. If you enter Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes or purchase products through that company, they have your info already. Scammers who have nothing to do with PCH have used Todd and Dave Sayers' names trying to dupe people. When I received one of these emails supposedly from Dave, I forwarded it to him immediately. It was not from him, of course. If you win a big cash prize from PCH, either Todd, Dave or Danielle will hand deliver it or if it's a small prize, it will be mailed to you. Most likely by FedEx. Publishers Clearing House is a very reputable company.|
|I was recently friend requested by someone saying they were Todd Sloan, after granting the request I was told I was randomly selected winner of this month, I asked what I had one and was told 1.25 million and $5000.00 a week for life. They wanted a confirmation #. I told them I didn't have one. I was then asked for my drivers license and my address. I then told them that this was Bullshit and PCH doesn't ask for that and doesn't correspond by email sent it then quickly blocked them from my FB.|
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