Wolverine FLL Club” text message is a message that is received by most of the UK citizens, sent by scammers, claiming to be from the Wolverine FLL Club, the 2021 Mega Millions Jackpot winner, giving away $10,000 to 500 random individuals. But, potential victims will never receive the money are promised because the scammers’ aim is to trick them into sending their personal information, which they will use fraudulently.
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Scammer’s phone +14086504232, (830) 582-8947
Country United States
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes
Initial means of contact Text message
Therefore, recipients are advised not to follow the instructions in it, they should just delete it.
The Wolverine FLL Club Text Message Scam (screenshot)
Hope you’re staying safe
We are Wolverine FLL Club, the 2021 $1.050 Billion winner of the Mega Millions Jackpot (POWER BALL).
Click the link to see our winning
We are donating $10,000 each to 500 random individuals. We congratulate you because your Cell# was randomly picked after a spin ball. We have decided to help due to COVID-19 pandemic. We are sending $10,000 to you as one of the selected 500 individuals. To verify/claim your winning, kindly send a text with your full name to (854) 777-5152 Mr John Kelton(The agent in charge of your payment and identity verification).
NOTE: To get your payment is free of charge and no bank account details is needed but you must prove your identity by presenting just a picture of your valid ID(Drivers License or State ID)that has your full name and the agent will run an identity verification on ID.ME and you will get your payment within 15 minutes of getting fully verified.”
Read the below omment from Eric Parke
“Seems to be a common occurrence, scanning the complaints below.
Like the text attached says, contacted by supposed Wolverine FLL Club with exciting news of being the lucky recipient of a cash prize being donated to 500 lucky individuals winning a phone number lottery pick. Text gave phone number to call and asked that full name be written in text. No money was being asked for, but along with full name, they asked for photo ID and verification through ID.me.
I texted them, attn: Jackson Ford, they asked for ID, which I sent, and then they asked that I send them code. That was a little over an hour and 15 mins ago.
Rather depressing… I’m recently made homeless and struggling to keep my 3 jobs active. Money is tight, bank account almost empty, and the Phoenix Metro Area has daytime temps hitting 110°+… and Monsoon season!
This text brought me a moments doubt, then I watched the YouTube Video linked…
“OMG! They’re real! …and not asking for any money! YES! A break!”
Not REAL… and who knows what they’ll do with my AZDL. Already having identity theft issues. Why not compound my chaos!?!
It’s sad, but we HAVE TO WATCH every little move we make in these times… so much chaos and pain, yet wonderous beauty and fortune, if one can see. BeWell!😎”