London 2012 Summer Olympic Internet Raffle Or Lotto Draw Scam

London 2012 Summer Olympic Internet Raffle Or Lotto Draw Scam

This e-mail message scam tells the recipient that their e-mail address was randomly drawn from 10 million e-mail addresses and the recipient has won 800,000 pounds. The scam states that the recipient should keep their winnings from the members of the public to avoid double claims because, the recipient may lose his or her winnings.

The recipient is asked to email their personal information to Dr. James Tukur at Please DO NOT send any information to these scammers. London 2012 does not offer any raffle or lotto draws.

Please ask yourself, did I submit my e-mail address to any Internet Raffle or Lotto Draw; if the answer is no, then why am I receiving this e-mail claiming that I have won thousands of dollars.

A Copy of London 2012 Scam E-mail message

Dr. James Tukur
Olympic 2012 Promotional Draw
London 2012 - One Churchill Place – Canary Wharf - London E14 5LN .

Attention: Winner,

2012 London Olympics Lottery Draws Notice

This is to inform you that London 2012 summer Olympic awareness and promotion company, and London 2012 summer Olympics Organizing Committee (LSOOC) here in London (U.K), has held an Internet Raffle Draw among all internet e-mail users, and your e-mail address was among the 10,000,000.00 (Ten million) e-mail addresses that was randomly picked by the computer during the Second Quarter Raffle Draw (SQRD).

We are therefore with great pleasure, to notify you that your e-mail address once again, happened to come out top number (1) out of the 10,000,000.00. (Ten million) e-mail addresses on the final ballot draw.

Please note that this has made you the jackpot winner of the sum of £800,000.00 (Eight hundred thousands British Pounds) and free entrance tickets to watch the games live in London. Be aware that this Internet Raffle Draw (IRD) was organized by London 2012 summer Olympic awareness and Promotion Company, and London 2012 summer Olympics Organizing Committee (LSOOC), to create awareness to the world, as England is finalizing their preparation for the hosting of the 2012 summer Olympics.


Your Fund is now deposited with our correspondent Paying Bank ABSA.insured in your name for security reasons, you are advised to please keep your winning details very confidential from the members of the public to avoid double claim as your winning/payment will be cancelled should Two (2) claims be submitted under the above specified winning details.
Please note that claiming agents has been appointed in strategic areas around the world to help and ensure an easy and immediate claim to our entire lucky winner's. We have checked your location and you’re claiming falls under group B.
You are to call and forward you’re winning details to agent Dr. James Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape Province) South Africa at +or E-mail him at {C}{C}. You at advised to send to him your contact details e.g names, telephone numbers, address, nationality.
To enable him clear your file for immediate payment. Visit: {C} {C} for more details.
Dr. James Tukur.
E-mail Address: {C}{C}
Tel/Fax: + 27-785-544-338
Batch Number (#): 12/27/Du34
NOTE: visit: {C} {C}/ {C}

(Director of Information)
London 2012 summer Olympics.

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  • December 11, 2012 at 11:16 PM by info

    Its a scam. For more informatin <a href="/article/2012/8/16/the-coca-cola-company-email-scams/">click here</a>.

  • December 11, 2012 at 11:07 PM by an anonymous user from: Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan

    i also receive a message from coca cola which consist on your mobile num won 980000gbp,in international sms redmem send your mail addrs, name, is true or fake?

  • December 1, 2012 at 2:48 AM by an anonymous user from: Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan

    I satisfied to read your discriptions,but I want to give them punishment to cheat the peoople all over the world. These people miss guide the innocent peoples and cheat them to loot the money from them.

    Zahid Rehman, Lahore - Pakistan

  • November 3, 2012 at 10:53 AM by an anonymous user from: Washington, District of Columbia, United States

    So is it a scam SIR Peter Simon lottery

  • November 3, 2012 at 10:52 AM by an anonymous user from: Washington, District of Columbia, United States

    Sir Petr Simon said I won a lottery olympic data base computer ballet system millions.come pick up my visa in LONDON, ENGLAND OR PAY COUIER CHARGE. Fee all came to 750.00 and then he will get my pappers and visa. Dr.Cohin Moyhian chairman olymic lottery London, England. Beware of this I am Sir Peter simon said come to the office too in 60 Charlotte St.London United Kingdom. Im not going there he said I won 3,000,000,00. Dont fall for that, its a scam

  • August 21, 2012 at 10:09 PM by an anonymous user from: Marousi, Attiki, Greece

    29/08/2012 I just received a mail from, they says the same..Im in Greece. and like a stupid one didnt think that this is scam. olympic doesnt use :/ my contact person is Dr. Coleman Owen,, I sent a mail to him and asked him if this is true or not.also, like a stupid I told him my name and my phone nr. :/ .I can change it..he can not steal from me.d**n was a great feeling only for few moments :D ...

  • August 17, 2012 at 4:54 PM by info

    If you have already sent your information to, please ignore any other request for information either my e-mail or telephone.

  • August 17, 2012 at 4:11 PM by an anonymous user from: Singapore, Central Singapore, Singapore

    I have receive text message from myolympic same as anonymous received..

    I'm from indonesia..

    And i already sent my data to

    How i should to do then?

  • August 15, 2012 at 4:54 PM by info

    The CocaCola company promotion website is This is where all their promotions are announced.

  • August 15, 2012 at 9:15 AM by info

    A company like the cocacola company would not use an e-mail address from, other e-mail address providers. This company would have an e-mail address like or The email message that you have received is a scam.

    For a list of CocaCola scams and how to protect yourself, please go to <a href="" target="_blank">click here</a>.

    If you want to ask the CocaCola company a question you can go to the following link:

  • August 15, 2012 at 12:33 AM by an anonymous user from: Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan

    yerterday i have received a message by cocacola company in which they mentioned that your mobile won 3,200,000.00 Pounds in 2012 Olympics.they further mentioned that to redeem this amount,send your name,mobile number and e-mail to ""

    so it is right or wrong? plz answer me

  • August 4, 2012 at 3:21 PM by an anonymous user from: Bellevue, Washington, United States

    told a 2.5

    Million from the olympic organizing committeedollar lotto from london uk oo c a care of sir peter simon london told to come into the office in london to collect my prize told a certif carrier we come to my house so I can sign the documents that would cost me 700 and some odd dollars I keep asking for his address so that I can check him out have not heard back yet total scam

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