You may have received a text message claiming to be from Wolverine FLL Club. This is the 2021 Mega Millions Jackpot winner. Is this a scam or genuine? This review will tell you everything about the text message and how it works.
Online scams are popping up all the time, so we took the responsibility to review products, websites, etc. Our reader’s financial security.
What You Need to Know About The Wolverine FLL Club Message
Although it appears legitimate and convincing, fraudsters are using the message to steal personal and financial data. How does it work? To prove your identity, contact the agent and provide a photo ID. This could be your driver’s license. Your Social Security Number will be available later.
You’re falling for the trap of these con artists if you do.
They can use your personal information to commit a crime that would be linked you. They might also sell your information to the dark net.
It’s obvious that no money is forthcoming. It doesn’t really matter if the money promised was $10,000, $20,000, $3650, or $4500. It’s just bait.
Text message to The Wolverine FFC giveaway
This is the scam message:Wolverine Scam Text Message
Do not be deceived by the convincing message. It was written by scammers.
Three Reasons The Text Message Is a Scam
- You’ll notice that the comment button is disabled when you click on the YouTube link in the text message.
- The YouTube Channel “Michigan Lottery” has nothing to do whatsoever with the text message. We reached out to them and they confirmed that the text message was fraudulent.
- These fraudsters are becoming way too skilled at this. They even use the YouTube video with real winners and promote their integrity through sites like IdMe! They have all failed to improve their spelling and grammar. Instead of saying Happy Independence Day ….., they instead said Happy Independence.
If you have submitted your SSN already, you can contact the FTC’s Identity Theft Hotline at 1-877 IDTHEFT (877-438-4338), or visit their website www.ftc.gov/idtheft. You might consider placing a fraud alert against your Social Security number.
What should you do if you receive phishing texts like this?
No matter how convincing the message/mails may sound, you should not click on any of the links or send any personal information.
You should first ignore these messages and search online for reviews.