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Beware of Royal Express Logistic and IFS Global Logistics Lottery Scam Emails

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Beware of Royal Express Logistic and IFS Global Logistics Lottery Scam Emails

The email messages below, which appear as if they were sent from Royal Express Logistic and IFS Global Logistics, are lottery scams. The fake email messages were sent by lottery scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them money to claim their so-called lottery prizes. Always remember never to send money to anyone in order to claim lottery prizes. Legitimate lottery companies do not ask their players to send money in order to receive their prizes, or request personal or financial information via email message, text message or other messaging utility.

Remember, once you are asked to send money in order to receive a lottery prize, it is a lottery scammer attempting to steal your money, personal information, or financial information.

Lottery Scam Email Messages

From: IFS Global Logistics <>

Date: Sun, Jan 3, 2016 at 5:34 PM

Subject: IFS Global Courier Shipment Plan

Dear Esteemed Customer: John Williams

Welcome to IFS Global Logistics. We are a well established company offering courier and transport services 24 hour a day for priority delivery of letters, parcels and consignments to any destination by road, air or sea.

We have a substantial team of couriers available for motorcycle dispatch plus van driver couriers in all size vehicles from small vans up to 7.5 tone and international couriers for dispatch by road, sea or air.This is to inform you that we are in possession of a certified parcel with identification number ISL/IFS/9877 which is to be forwarded to you.

Your particulars have been received in this office from the Microsoft And Nokia Lottery office. This means that you have been officially cleared for payment by the verification's Dept. at the headquarters of the MICROSOFT ONLINE LOTTERY. Your winning check, original copy of your winning certificate, together with a covering document (Money Laundering protection and Letter of Affidavit for Claims) stating that the money was obtained legally through their Lottery promotions and your Nokia N1 mobile phone will be sent to you.

We will only deliver the parcel to the address you have given us and who ever will be receiving the parcel must have a valid identification of him/herself.

To begin the final process of claims below are the mandatory shipment plan for this package that you are required to pay to enable us courier your certified parcel to you. You are allowed to choose one of our two specified shipment options.

From: Royal Express Logistic <>

Date: 4 January 2016 at 08:30:29 GMT+3




Dear Esteem Customer,

Greetings and happy new year from Royal Express Logistic. This is to inform you that we are still in possession of your parcel containing a certified cheque written on your name, with identification number {CPEL/OWN/9687}, which is to be delivered to you, as instructed by our affiliate (GOOGLE AWARD INTERNATIONAL).

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