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Topic # 99600 22-Mar-2012 17:45 Send private message

Hi All, 

Just got a text on my phone telling me I just won US$900,000 in the ongoing 'Apple Inc. Mobile Promo'  and asking me to email and address for details. 

Yeah, I don't think so.

Also I don't in anyway think this has anything to do with Apple.

Stay safe you all.  




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  Reply # 598757 22-Mar-2012 17:48 Send private message

This is not "new"... They only changed the "sponsor", but it's no different from the "Microsoft Lottery", the "UK Lottery Commision" and so on.

Most people here probably receive one of those every day - I know I do. Luckily they all go to the spam folder automatically...





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  Reply # 598760 22-Mar-2012 17:51 Send private message

New lol not




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  Reply # 598761 22-Mar-2012 17:53 Send private message

sucker! I won a cool million. Just need to email [email protected] Seems legit.

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  Reply # 598770 22-Mar-2012 18:08 Send private message

We can generally block these scam SMS all I need is your mobile number, Date and time it was delivered to your handset

John




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  Reply # 598771 22-Mar-2012 18:10 Send private message

wasabi2k: sucker! I won a cool million. Just need to email [email protected] Seems legit.


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  Reply # 598958 23-Mar-2012 10:22 Send private message

johnr: We can generally block these scam SMS all I need is your mobile number, Date and time it was delivered to your handset

John


My manager gets these - any idea if Telecom can provide the same service?
  




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  Reply # 598963 23-Mar-2012 10:27 Send private message

stevenz:
johnr: We can generally block these scam SMS all I need is your mobile number, Date and time it was delivered to your handset

John


My?manager gets these - any idea?if Telecom can provide the same service?
??


Might pay to check with Telecom but I don't see any reason why not




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