I was scammed by a $70 million lottery jackpot scheme
Christine Lauzon actually won $70 million in the October lottery, however, a Facebook page in her name has promised to send the money to those in need.
An investigation into the situation led to the British Columbia Lottery Corporation contacting Lauzon, who confirmed that the account using her name and photo was fake.
A post on the fake site claims that they have “voluntarily decided to help people financially”
A woman in Fiji responded to a post asking for $1,000 to fix her roof. She asked to remain anonymous to protect her privacy.
“When there is heavy rain, the water overflows into the house. Like half the house it goes inside,” the woman said.
The scammer offered to send the woman $100,000 if she deposited $300 in Bitcoin first. The potential victim was trying to raise money when she was contacted by CTV News, who told her it was a scam.
“I am really happy because no one has ever offered me that amount of money before,” she said, adding that the thought of getting that much money would change her life.
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