Julie Leach Fake Accounts
If you're on Twitter, watch out for strange communications from "Julie Leach." This is a scam by a group of people pretending to be someone looking to "give away money" to strangers for absolutely no reason.
Who is Julie Leach?
In October 2015, The real Julie Leach won $310 million in the Powerball Lottery. There are many YouTube videos about her winning and her plans after the winnings.
Impostors are EverywhereJust look at all the fake accounts created on Twitter. (Twitter closes the accounts as soon as they are notified.)
Check out the current fake accounts about Julie Leach on Twitter.
Don't Follow Back
The scam starts by them following you, and then when you follow back you'll get notified that you have won a giveaway.
So why is this bad?
They will require an activation fee of $500 for your documentation and stamped clearance. To pay this activation fee you need to use a Steam Gift Card or an Amazon Gift Card.
Amazon Gift Cards
Amazon Gift Cards are to pay for Amazon. From Amazon's Gift Card site:
No legitimate sale or transaction will require you to pay specifically with gift cards.
|Alan mazon|| |
February 24, 2020.
I was scammed by this Miss Leach lottery winner. How do I report these people they need to be stopped before they get anybody else. My phone number is 442-282-9043 please contact me so we can stop these people. The man communicating with me says his name is Michael Neal.1-360-4097371 and this is the phone number he is using. Please help me bring this guy to Justice before he hurts anybody else
March 17, 2020.
I received a ig message by this fake page asking me for me adress to send me winnings.
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