Scamdex lets you log scammers by name, phone number, email address and website to warn others.
Use This Form to log any information you have on scammers and let the world know
what they're up to.
If you get a similar scam, add to the information - scammers
move quickly and change details often to avoid detection. Details you log here will probably be
available on a Google search within an hour or two.
Please Like, Share, Tweet etc. to spread the word. If you want to see more,
Scamdex Scammer Report Classifications
Scamdex Google Search
Choose Scam Type:
Search for Scam Tips where
(Use * for wildcard)
and website is
I received the following email:
9:37 AM (2 hours ago) to William
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2013 7:33 AM
Subject: Gloria Mackenzie is donating Two Million Dollars to you , Contact Mrs Gloria Mackenzie On (firstname.lastname@example.org) For more information Considering that I have not signed up for anything nor have I submitted my info for anything other than a few coupon companies, I am 100% certain that this is a scam. I am sure had I responded that they would have wanted to obtain my bank info. On top of that Ms. Mackenzie is the 84 year old woman who won the largest Powerball lotto in history (to date). She donated two million to a local school, but I highly doubt she is pulling random people to give her money too.
Beware, nothing comes that easily or for free. In this case, giving out your info, could land YOU in the hot seat, not the scammer.
Random email sent from William Mackin at William.Mackin@ah.org informing me that Gloria Mackenzie had selected me for a donation of two million dollars. Beware people, Ms. Mackenzie has several charities and local hospitals, schools and other places she can and will donate to. Sheh will not pull random people from all over the world to send money to. Nothing comes that easily, and anytime they ask for your bank info, BIG RED FLAG... the only person who will land in the hot seat, will be YOU.