Hackers have come up with a new solution that takes part in the Millions lottery. Scam people out of there, money by phone, text, and email.

Mega Millions published on its official website that, "there is no fee to claim a real lottery prize." If someone does this, he can scam you out of a large amount of money. 

You receive a phone call, text message, or email from a mysterious person claiming to be from the Mega Millions lottery and asking for a fee to claim the prize. 

In November of 2022, people emailed us about a scam. The scammers said the man had won the Mega Millions lottery jackpot and wanted him to wire them money. 

The victim was asked to wire $475, probably through Western Union, to claim a counterfeit prize. The person did not send any money to the scammers. 

To clarify, Mega Millions published on its official website that "there is no fee to claim a real lottery prize." 

If someone asks you to send money to win the Mega Millions Lottery, it's a scam. The Mega Millions Lottery doesn't make calls or send emails requesting money.