"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams

The text or SMS below with the message "Congrats Your Mobile Number Has Awarded $250,000.00 USD" and others like it are scams. Therefore, recipients of the same messages are asked not to follow the instructions in them. The aim of the scammers behind the fake messages is to trick the recipients into sending them personal information and subsequently money, by claiming the recipients are winners in some fake lottery or promotion.

True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws SMS Text Message Scams

A Sample of the "True Move" Fraudulent Message

From Thailand !ntl Mobile Draw TRUE MOV3 COMPANY
Congrats Your Mobile Number Has Awarded $250,000.00USD to Claim email Your NAME, #, &Country to Draw @tmcldraw.org

TMCL Company Ltd, Thailand

Please see more samples in the comment section below.

Some persons claimed that they have sent their information, completed the basic requirements and were asked to deposit US$ 1,564.00. Please remember this basic and very important rule, if you asked to send money in order to receive money, it is SCAM!

Some of the text messages came from the following telephone numbers:

  • 66854484573
  • 66879284419

To help stop the fraudulent text or SMS messages like the one above which claim recipients have won money from the True Move Company, the recipients should report them to their telecommunications service providers.

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August 2, 2018 at 3:46 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams

The email came from:

- Forwarded message -

From: TRUE MOVE COMPANY <trumovethai@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 4:05 PM

Subject: Re: Ref no


July 29, 2018 at 7:56 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams
an anonymous user from: Mandaluyong, National Capital Region, Philippines

I'm so a victim, but I haven't send them any information yet.. coz I want to verify first if this is true..

and now I see all the comments here.. im so pleased to tell you guys that your my angel coz of this research I have found that they are fake.. SCAMMERS

Thank you and more Power


We deeply congratulate you once again for winning the *TRUEMOVE* International balloting award programme.

Your Mobile Number has been selected among the five lucky-winners of the *TRUEMOVE* programme, THAILAND for Five Hundred Thousand Dollars.

This is a reward program for the patronage of internet services, all participants were selected randomly from worldwide mobile number Directories, and your mobile number appears on the TRUEMOVE machine as the winner of the 2018 TRUEMOVE yearly promotional Award Prize of Five hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00)

This promotion is part of the financial empowerment program of the TRUEMOVE in its struggle to alleviate poverty.

This promotional programme is being promoted and sponsored by eminent personalities in the person of Talmon Marco of Microsoft Inc. With the support of TRUEMOVE Founder:, Yingluck Shinawatra

and other corporate companies and organizations in the United States to encourage the use of computer systems worldwide.

Full Name:.


Contact Mobile Number:.





Marital Status:..



December 21, 2017 at 9:30 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams

Here is another scam:

"From: TRUE MOVE COMPANY <trumovethai@gmail.com>

Date: 21 December 2017 at 10:35:53 CET

Subject: Re: Advice please

True Tower Building, 18, Ratchadaphisek Rd.,

Huai Khwang, Huai Khwang,

Bangkok 10310 Thailand

Dear winner,

Congratulations, Your Mobile number has been selected among the five lucky-winners of the True Move Company Ltd Thailand, for $500,000.00 USD.

This is a reward program for the patronage of internet services, all participants were selected randomly from world wide mobile number Directories, and your mobile number appears on the Microsoft machine as the winner of the 2017 True Move yearly promotional Award Prize Cheque of Five hundred Thousand Dollars.

This promotion is part of the financial empowerment program of the True Move Network Company Limited in its struggle to alleviate poverty

This promotional program is being promoted and sponsored by eminent personalities in the person of Supachai Mdp Inc. With the support of True Move Founders:, Yinglcuk Sirichat, John Putara, Chinanwata Oseka and other corporate companies and organizations in United States and Thailand to encourage the use of computer systems worldwide.

Full Name


Mobile Number


House Telephone




Marital Status

Winning phone number

Please provide the required information as soon as possible to enable the paying bank commence your payment before the last remittance date.

Best Regard

True Move Com. Ltd

True Tower Building,

Bangkok, Thailand

Supachai Otampa

(Director TrueMove.Inc)"


March 7, 2018 at 11:42 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams
an anonymous user from: Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

I got the message:







EMAIL: whatsapprxr@usa.com"


December 17, 2017 at 6:40 PM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams
an anonymous user from: Podgorica, Montenegro

I got a Viber message that my number was extracted and the $500,000 winner has given me the basic data now? Thank you.


November 21, 2017 at 11:44 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams

Received via email:

"I apologize, I received a message from the number 77055343661, in the message: I get $ 500,000 on the TrueMove International Balot prize program, the message says that I send a winning combination to email: admin@truemovespromo.online. I sent the code. I just want to know if it's a scam. Thank you in advance."


October 12, 2017 at 8:33 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams
an anonymous user from: Alexandria, Egypt

Here is another scam:

- start of scam -

"Dear Esteemed True Move Winner,

Congratulations to you once again from the desk of the True Move Ballot Promotion Team.

We wish to officially inform you that your application has now been approved for payment. {Cheque}

Your numbers attached to lucky number (TRM/US-64634579) drew the lucky numbers of 03-06-08-10-12-16-27, which consequently won the ballot in category C which falls in Asian region for payment.

Your won prize fund ($500,000,00 USD}Cheque has been issued by our correspondent bank in Thailand where your winning ballot numbers fall for payment. Please take note of this enclosed number ( TRM/US-64634579 ) and contact the Courier Dispatch Manager immediately via the contact {email} detail below to enable them proceed with the delivery: express.delivery@tha ispeedcouriers.com

Once parcel is delivered. You can take the cheque { bank documents} to your bank for confirmation and payment of your funds.

ThaI Speed Courier Service., Ltd

[Head Office] Victory Monument,

SoI 33/21 Sukhumvit Bangkok Thailand

Dispatch Manager: Mr. prakanon

Customer Service: 66968062932

E-Mail: express.delivery@thais peedcouriers.com

E-Mail:courierthaispeed@gmail. com

Note: When contacting the courier company, you are to send your complete delivery address, attached winning certificate and contact telephone numbers to the courier to enable them honor your request on time.

Congratulations to you once again.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us, We would be happy to help.


True Move Com. Ltd

True Tower Building

Bangkok Thailand"


August 19, 2017 at 2:16 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams
an anonymous user from: Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States

Here is a message I received by my viber:


Your number has been selected as the winner of five hundred thousand united states dollars (500.000.000) in the True move international Ballot award programme. Send your winning REFNo: TR/US-64634579. to email: process@truemoveltd.info for more information on how to claim your funds, contact: process@truemoveltd.info for more inquires. Congratulations from the TrueMove company."

This is the message that I got it. So what is your comment or suggestions. I will wait your company answer.


August 19, 2017 at 6:28 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams

The message is a fake or scam. Just delete it.


August 14, 2017 at 10:11 AM by
"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams
an anonymous user from: Dushanbe, Tajikistan

I want know what is this:


Your number has been selected as the winner of Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars (500.000.00USD) in the TrueMove International Ballot award programme. Send your winning REF No: TR/US-64634579. to email: win@truemoveltd.info for more information on how to claim your funds. Contact: win@truemoveltd.info for more inquiries. Congratulations from the TrueMove company"


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"True Move Company Lottery or Raffle Draws" SMS Text Message Scams