Fraud Protection

How will I know if a call or email I receive is fraudulent?

Our website is www.covenantfoundationlottery.ca

We only send emails from Lottery inquiries@covenantfoundationlottery.ca. The Covenant Foundation Lottery will NEVER ask winners to provide their credit card number, additional payment or ask to collect any funds for taxes or shipping of any prize.

What to do if you receive an email from someone posing as The Covenant Foundation Lottery and asking for your personal/credit card information?

If you receive any emails from a source other than the one listed above, which directs you to a different site, please: do not click on any links within the suspect email, and

let us know immediately by forwarding the email to The Covenant Foundation Lottery Customer Service at inquiries@covenantfoundationlottery.ca so we are aware and can take appropriate actions.

Do not provide any personal and/or credit card information.

What to do if you receive a call/email from someone saying you have won a prize from The Covenant Foundation Lottery, but you need to obtain a store (Walmart) gift card; send payment; or give a credit card number to cover taxes or shipping?

The Covenant Foundation Lottery will NEVER ask winners to provide their credit card number, additional payment or ask to collect any funds for taxes or shipping of any prizes… this is not an official Covenant Foundation Lottery call.

Document as much information as possible from the caller and report it to The Covenant Foundation Lottery Customer Service at inquiries@covenantfoundationlottery.ca for further investigation.

The customer can also call the Government of Canada Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501 to report the fraud attempt.

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