ANOTHER WINNER! Domino’s Employee Quits Job After Winning ₹9,43,49,014 Jackpot On Smart Phone During Break!
1. KFC Employee Quits Job After Winning ₹9,43,49,014
2. Special Report: McDonald’s Employee quits job she hates after winning spectacular £362,259 Jackpot!
Various stories circling online present a ‘special breaking report’ that say an employee from Domino’s, KFC or other outlets has quit his/her job after winning huge jackpot money in a lottery game played during break. The stories also present name details of the alleged winner, and a screenshot of the bank balance showing the huge amount of money transfer won in the lottery. No, the claims are not facts, the employee(s) winning huge jackpot money is not true, but part of an online scam.
Not Genuine Pictures
We have seen different versions of the story in question that also present pictures of the alleged jackpot winner. One story allegedly shows 27 years old Domino’s worker Vihaan Patel, who saw an online site while on break browsing Facebook, which offered 150 free spins at Grand Mondial Casino. Another story showed McDonald’s employee Bridget quitting the job she hates after winning the spectacular jackpot in a mobile focused online game site in Ladbrokes Casino. The picture of Domino’s delivery boy on motorcycle is actually an old one from New Delhi (India) in 2013. The picture of dancing lady in other story is a singing Tim Horton’s employee, reported in 2015.
Employee Quits Job After Winning Jackpot – Online Scam
When we clicked through the links mentioned in the stories, we were taken to websites (not the official casino sites mentioned), where we were asked to submit our information and later deposit some money to be able to play any kind of games thereafter and get the said free spins for being eligible to win money. Moreover, we checked through couple of days, the date of the article is auto set to current one. And the story keeps claiming the free spins offer is available only for today. Also, the websites presenting the too good to be true offers do not have proper credible information. They carry disclaimers not giving any kind of warranty to the information, links and services provided.
So considering the aforementioned facts and flaws, it is clear the stories about a Domino’s, KFC or McDonalds employee winning huge jackpot money in free time and quitting job are hoaxes. They are in fact part of an online scam intended to steal money from unsuspecting users.
Hoax or Fact:
Hoax and Scam.