National Crude Association International Lottery Scam

The National Crude Association lottery email message below is fraudulent, and you should not respond to it with your personal information. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and/or sending money. So, never send your personal information or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.

National Crude Association International Lottery Scam

The National Crude Association International Lottery Scam

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I wish to announce you as one of our 8 lucky winners in this Lotto draw. Your email address emerged alongside 3 others as a 4th category winner. Consequently, you have been approved a total payout of US$140,000.00 (One Hundred & Forty Thousand United States Dollars) in the fight against HIV/Aids.

You do not require participating or buying a ticket in other to become a winner, as it is our annual free lotto draw. Your email address was randomly preferred through our computer election system.

The following particulars are attached to your lotto payment order:

(I) Serial Batch No: 290192
(II) Winning Number: 19, 9, 33, 41, 11 Bonuses 5, 8.
(III) Ref No: 4791DF

Forward the listed details below to email: ajadi.amito @usa.com for immediate commencement of your payment process: -

1, Your Full Name
2, Residential or working address
3, Winning and Reference numbers.
4, Telephone & Mobile number.
5. Age.

To South African Regional Agent, situated in Johannesburg South Africa Mr Sipho Mandare
Email: aiadi.amito @usa.com

Furthermore, for security measures, we strongly advice you keep this information confidential until payment has been received successfully.

Best Regards
Mr. Lainm Castro
(Chairman of NCA)

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However, posted numbers are unofficial. The only official source for verifying winning numbers on a player's ticket is through the International Lottery's central computer system.to confirm that an International Lottery ticket is a winner, please contact an approved agent specified in this letter. Winners have one year from the date of the drawing for which the notification was sent to claim any prizes from that drawing. (F73J 54 69).

The National Crude Association International Lottery Scam

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  • August 4, 2015 at 1:11 PM by an anonymous user from: Minsk, Belarus

    I would like to know whether the International Lottery's central computer system really exists.

    • August 4, 2015 at 3:54 PM by info

      No, it is a scam. Scammers are sending thousands of emails claiming the recipients are lottery winners. So, beware of emails claiming you are a lottery winner.

  • August 4, 2015 at 12:42 PM by an anonymous user from: Minsk, Belarus

    I received the same information from Fereidun Fesharki. He referred me to Christina Ruis, living in South Africa. I sent all the required details but neither a response nor the money.

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