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New York Online Lottery Promotion Winning Confirmation and Payment Claim Scam

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New York Online Lottery Promotion Winning Confirmation and Payment Claim Scam

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The email message below that appears as if it came from the New York Online Lottery, which claims the recipients are winners of thousands of dollars, is a lottery scam. The email message should not be responded to, especially with personal or financial information. Every month, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and sending money for fake lottery draws or sweepstakes prizes. Remember, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.

Recipients of email messages claiming that they are winners of the New York Lottery, should contact the New York Lottery to verify the authenticity of the email messages. Recipients can either contact the New York Lottery on their website or Facebook page.

Their website is located at:
http://nylottery.ny.gov

And, Facebook page at:
www.facebook.com/NewYorkLottery

The New York Lottery Scam

New York Online Lottery Promotions
Ref: EAASL/9410YI/02/SHYN Batch: 12/25/0034
WEB SITE: WWW. NYLOTTERY.NY.GOV
File SAPC/9080144308/05. Tel +(27) -789-898-024

Winning Confirmation & Payment Claim Instruction

WINNING DETAILS:-BATCH NUMBER: XA87-2PY REFERENCE NUMBER: SAJA2C110P5 SERIAL NUMBER: SA5365/3

I write to acknowledge the receipt of your information. The authenticity of your winning prize amount of (USD$810,000.00) Eight Hundred and Ten Thousand United States Dollars) has been confirmed by this office. Therefore you are in line for payment number: 48.
Note that your winning prize money was deposited with First National Bank, South Africa (FNB).into the Escrowed Non- Resident Bank Account Number (903-3380-1139-1) under Foreign Remittance Department of FNB Bank.

Your total winning prize money was insured on your name to its total value for your payment to be made in full. Therefore, it has been restricted from being tax or fee deductible.
After validation of your information, we forwarded your claim file with your payment Insurance Certificate on your name to our paying bank for processing and payment of your winning prize immediately you contact the person in charge of your payment.

Contact details are below:-
Contact Person at FNB: Dr. Bogani Tutu Email: pay.deptment.fnb@gmail.com Direct Office landline: +27-78-244-8321 / +27-11-327 6359 Fax: +27-866-165- 848
Contact the above mentioned payment officer through email. YOUR PAYMENT NUMBER IS 48. Always keep your winning confidential until your prize money is successfully transferred to you. This is for security reasons to avoid double claim from the third parties you disclosed to as the case may be. Any double claim received on one winning numbers may lead to cancellation.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you need any further assistance. And also inform me immediately your money is transferred to your bank account to enable us update our records.

Sincerely,
Mr. Bin Abin

Claim Agent
New York Online Lottery Promotions

New York Lottery Scam

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  • March 28, 2019 at 3:01 PM by an anonymous user from Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa

    I recieved an email from AnneMarie Walls indicating that I have won US800,000.00 from the New York Lottery draw that is done bi-annually and that I should contact one Mr.Thomas Newman, the Fiduciary agent of this entity to commence the release of my lottery price.

    Is this fraud?

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    • March 28, 2019 at 5:03 PM by info

      Yes, it is fraudulent.

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  • May 11, 2016 at 9:37 AM by info

    Received the following from an anonymous user:

    "I have received a PDF letter signed by one Mrs. Ann-MarieWalls indicating that I have won US800,000.00 fro the New York Lottery draw that is done bi-annually and that I should contact one Mr.Thomas Newman, the Fiduciary agent of this entity to commence the release of my lottery price.

    She requested that I send the following information:Name,Email address, Age/occupation,reference and ticket numbers of the ticket in my letter,

    Mobile number Country and contact address.

    I did contact Tom through email:thomas.newman@ gmail.co.uk and agentthomasnewman@ aol.co.uk with the information needed; but he has mail to inform me to contact the First National Bank of South Africa and some transfer fee will likely be required before the transfer. Is this a fraud or the email address actually won?

    The letter quoted the ticket number as B55607545 6152 with reference number UK/JA2C110P5 and serial number UK5365/3,Batch number XA87-2PY drew on lucky numbers 2,15,16,29,37,53Bunos:40.

    HGS"

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New York Online Lottery Promotion Winning Confirmation and Payment Claim Scam