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SuperSport warns of scam

SuperSport would like to warn of an internet scam purporting to come from the company.

It has been brought to SuperSport’s attention that a number of people have received emails congratulating them for winning an online lottery, in the name of SuperSport.

Typically, the message reads:

“CONGRATULATIONS!!! Your email address won in the first category of online Super Sport lotto. This is a Millennium Internet Game in which e-mail addresses were used and first of its kind. You did not purchase any ticket to enter for it, as an internet user your email address was randomly selected and you are one of the Selected Winners among 10 winners worldwide.

Winning No: 28 17 23 1 14 48, Ref Number: K19M7J8BSS4T5SP Batch Number Z1A/Y3L.

The numbers fall within the American,European & Australian Location file, AMOUNT WON: $2 500 000.00.”

“We can categorically confirm that no such competition exists and should be completely ignored,” said a SuperSport spokesman.


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