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    Nokia Promo

    Hi All

    Did someone hear about Nokia Promo? Is it official "game"?

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    Re: Nokia Promo

    There can be official Nokia Promo's, and there are propably plenty of scams, but as usual nearly all scams are rather easy to spot, you could maybe try googling on information on how you can spot obvious promo scam etc.

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    Re: Nokia Promo

    If you got this in a funny-looking email or something similar then it's fake. There are dozens of threads on this forum talking about this kind of thing. If you're asked to send your information or anything else don't do it, it's a scam.

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    Re: Nokia Promo

    I get the notification via SMS with back email adress nokiauk.co@live...That was congratulations on some prize. Did anyone already get something like that?

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    Re: Nokia Promo

    This is a site for software developers, your queries really don't belong here.

    Please see this link: http://conversations.nokia.com/2009/...ware-the-scam/ Or this link: http://conversations.nokia.com/2008/...ils-and-texts/
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    Re: Nokia Promo

    Quote Originally Posted by N@T@ View Post
    I get the notification via SMS with back email adress nokiauk.co@live...That was congratulations on some prize. Did anyone already get something like that?
    The same scammers (criminals, really) probably have sent it to whatever long list of email addresses they collected/bought/stole. Delete the message and forget it. Do not reply/answer them. Do not call any phone numbers they may ask you to call It is not even worth reporting it to the police (too many such scams around on the Internet, so they can't possibly deal with them all).

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