Euro Millions Millionaire Raffle Unclaimed Prizes Email Scam
June 20, 2013 7:02 PM
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Beware of the "Euro Millions Millionaire Raffle Unclaimed Prizes" scam. Scammers are currently sending out fake email messages, which appear as if they came from the “The National Lottery.” The email messages claim that the “The National Lottery” is still waiting for them to claim their Euro Millions Millionaire Raffle prizes. But, this is just a trick to get the recipients of the fake email message to respond to it.
The Fake "Euro Millions Millionaire Raffle Unclaimed Prizes" Email
The National Lottery
PO Box 287 Watford WD18 9TT
25th December, 2012
Attn: Lucky Winner;
From the seat of unclaimed prizes department of Euro Millions Millionaire Raffle, We’re still waiting for you to claim your prizes.
Your email won £1,000,000. GBP at the National Lottery online program held on the 25th December, 2012.
Note: All participated email addresses were picked randomly from several websites on the internet and tickets were bought at County Borough of Neath Port Talbot for this raffle draw.
Draw No: 549
Winning No: MWH560389
Follow the link for more clarification and confirm your winning details
Kindly contact the assigned personnel Mr Chris Spencer with the following below data:
Mr Chris Spencer
Email: chrisnationallottery @yahoo.co.uk
NB: 23rd June, 2013 is the last date to claim your winning prize. Any such prize not claimed within this period will be forfeited.
Thanks & Congratulations
Mrs Rosemary Quest
This email was not sent by the “The National Lottery” and is only a scam, designed to trick you into disclosing your personal information and sending money. If you send your information to these cybercriminals, it may be used by them to scam you or they may sell it to other scammers.
Also, if you are asked to send money in order to claim your prize, please do not. Always remember this golden rule: if you are asked to send money in order to receive money (your prize), it is a scam. And, never send your financial or personal information to anyone who requests it via email. Sensitive information should be sent over a secured channel, and email messages are not send over a secured channel. Usually, organizations will direct their customers to a secured web page (https) to submit their information.
For information about the Euro Millions Millionaire lottery, please go to the “The National Lottery” website. You can click here to go to the website.
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