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A fake prize scam will tell you that you have won a prize or a contest. and your “scam alert” should be ringing in your head.

it was Mr Waugh who had earlier raised the alarm when he alerted the Department of Natural Resources to the deer's plight.

"I was waiting for all kinds of different things, but that solution I was not prepared for, and I thought, just brilliant," he told CTV.

You cannot win money or a prize in a lottery unless you have entered it yourself, or someone else has entered it on your behalf.