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Beware the credit union lottery [problem]

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Credit union members are being warned not to respond to [problem] emails informing them they have won prizes in a national credit union lottery.


Members replying to emails sent out from culottery.co.uk are likely to be asked to reveal bank details and risk identity fraud and theft.


While many credit unions run lotteries to raise funds for their credit union, the Association of British Credit Unions (ABCUL) is advising all its members that there is no such national lottery.


ABCUL states that although the culottery.co.uk lists a number of credit unions on its website, none are associated with any such lottery. It also points out that photographs of alleged lottery winners are actually doctored photos taken from the Connecticut State Lottery website.




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