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Do you all run giveaways where once a Saturday 7 firefox users get to spin a wheel and win a prize?

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Clicked on a random tab and it said something like "Congrats! Every Saturday, Firefox picks 7 lucky users to spin a wheel and get a chance to win a great prize! I won an iphone apparently... but thinking it's probably a scam of course. It did have comments from other "users" probably fake of course, saying "this works! Got my gift as promised" but still think it's a scam. Thanks!

Clicked on a random tab and it said something like "Congrats! Every Saturday, Firefox picks 7 lucky users to spin a wheel and get a chance to win a great prize! I won an iphone apparently... but thinking it's probably a scam of course. It did have comments from other "users" probably fake of course, saying "this works! Got my gift as promised" but still think it's a scam. Thanks!

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No.

Mozilla (the company that makes the Firefox web browser) has never offered prizes to random people. Especially not expensive phones like iPhone X, Samsung S8 or S9 or a $1000 gift card from some place like Amazon.

They (the scammers) are trying to get your personal information like name, address, phone#, email and say credit card details for what might be a claim of $1 shipping to send you said item.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux i686; rv:54.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/54.0

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No.

Mozilla (the company that makes the Firefox web browser) has never offered prizes to random people. Especially not expensive phones like iPhone X, Samsung S8 or S9 or a $1000 gift card from some place like Amazon.

They (the scammers) are trying to get your personal information like name, address, phone#, email and say credit card details for what might be a claim of $1 shipping to send you said item.

No. Mozilla (the company that makes the Firefox web browser) has never offered prizes to random people. Especially not expensive phones like iPhone X, Samsung S8 or S9 or a $1000 gift card from some place like Amazon. They (the scammers) are trying to get your personal information like name, address, phone#, email and say credit card details for what might be a claim of $1 shipping to send you said item.

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