Internet scams are a dime a dozen and especially in areas like online lotteries it is very easy for scamsters to make money. So any idea to overcome from this?
1. Do not retain the services of any organization that says they can improve your chances of being selected due to their connections or secret processing strategies;
2. While DV applicants may receive an email from the U.S. government reminding them to check their status online through DV Entrant Status Check, they will NOT receive a notification letter or email information them that they are a successful DV entrant;
3. Applicants can only find out if they were selected to continue with DV processing by checking their status online through the DV Entrant Status Check at http://www.dvlottery.state.gov;
4. Finally, remember that fees for the DV application process are paid to the U.S. Embassy or consulate cashier at the time of your scheduled appointment. The U.S. government will never ask you to send payment in advance by check, money order, or wire transfer.
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