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Lottery Scam - Chris and Colin Weir Cash/Charity Donation Program

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Lottery Scam - Chris and Colin Weir Cash/Charity Donation Program

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The email message below, which claims that the Euromillions jackpot lottery draw winners, Chris and Colin Weir, have selected the recipient as a beneficiary of £1,500,000.00 to be used for the "Weir Charitable Trust", is a scam. The email message was sent by lottery scammers and not by Chris and Colin Weir, the couple who won £161 million in the 2011 Euromillions lottery. The scammers email created the email to steal the recipients' information, which they will then use to attempt to scam the same recipients.

The Fake or Phishing Email Message

Compliments of the day, My name is Mr. Colin Weir.

On 12.07.2011, my wife and I won the Biggest EuroMillions Jackpot of £161,163,000 GBP.

We just commenced our new year 2015 Cash/Charity Donation program.

Your email address was submitted to my wife and I by the Google Management Team and you received this email because we have listed your email as one of the lucky beneficiaries.

Kindly send us the below details so that we can issue a cheque for £1,500,000.00 in your name.

*Full Name:

*Complete Address:

*Age:

*Occupation:

*Sex:

*Mobile/Tel:

This money must be used for charity projects under the name "Weir Charitable Trust" in your area to enable develop the life of helpless and handicapped people like building of health care centers, schools and worship centers.

Kindly send those information at weircolin2 @gmail.com.

We are looking forward to receive your information as this is very urgent.

Congratulations and Best of Luck.

Sincerely,

Colin and Chris Weir

Chris and Colin Weir are only doing to chartible organizations and not to individuals. So, do not send your money, personal and financial information, unless you want to be scammed. Never send your personal information or money to someone who claims that you have won some prize and that you need to send money in order to claim it. This is usually the first sign that someone is attempting to scam you.

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  • June 13, 2019 at 11:05 AM by info

    "De: Chris Colin Wier <lorispaolo.bartocci@airoldiemuzzi.it>

    Enviado: domingo, 9 de junio de 2019 19:53

    Asunto: $ 1.5 Millón de dólares

    Mi esposa y yo ganamos La familia ganó 161,653,000 millones de libras, y nosotros Hemos hecho gran cantidad de donaciones de caridad, por lo que decidimos dar $ 1.5 Millones de dólares a cada 5 personas afortunadas, su correo electrónico fue seleccionado desde una base de datos de usuarios de correo electrónico de Internet, desde la cual su direcciónSalió como uno de nuestros precipitantes afortunados.

    Para proceso de verificación vea abajo

    Enviar nombre, país, edad, ocupación y

    Telefono no.

    Felicidades y felices celebraciones"

    Here is another scam.

    Chris Colin Wier

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  • November 24, 2018 at 12:50 PM by an anonymous user from Río Tercero, Cordoba, Argentina

    I received an email to my email 3 days ago .. I suspect that it was crazy ... .grax for spreading this ... just googling can you know if it is true or not the madness of delivering so much money to an unknown person.

    Well they showed up -

    "Colin & Chris Weir <colin132342@outlook.com>

    Sat 24/11/2018, 06:51

    Hello dear

    Greetings from me and my wife,

    On July 12, 2012 and my wife announced the winner of the EuroMillions lottery and on this day we have reached an agreement that we would like to continue helping and sharing this money around the world, we have to help a few numbers in recent years and that hope to improve this year.

    See http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-18801698

    It is your turn to benefit from us, since we have decided to donate the sum of $ 1,900,000 dollars for you. To claim this amount, you are in contact with the DTDC Courier & Cargo Ltd. This money will be delivered to you at your home address.

    DTDC Mail contact data ..."

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  • March 3, 2018 at 4:32 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From: Chris and Colin Weir Family

    Sent: ‎3/‎2/‎2018 8:42 PM

    Subject: Response

    Dear Beneficiary.

    My wife and I are very happy to hear from you, because we believe this is a life time opportunity for you and your family. We believe you have read the web link we sent you in our previous email. We have been deeply involved in charity programs over the past years, investing in people and being involved in several health care schemes. We want to touch the life of several people across the globe with our Euro Millions Winnings. We also have a plan in place to build a Standard Facility Hospital in a good location in your country. The Hospital will administer free health care to the less privileged in a remote area.

    We have informed Our Lawyer,and you should contact him District Judge Tony,Email: judgetonywoodburn@liverpoolcfc.com, you should send him an email include your INFORMATION'S for him to prepare the necessary documents for the release of the 1.1 Million Euro to you.

    My wife and I humbly urge you to cooperate with our Lawyer and adhere to his instruction. You should try and make good use of the 1.1 Million Euro when you receive it. We want you to use the money to improve your life and that of your family. We expect you to help people around you who are in need. We trust and believe that you will make adequate use of the funds donated to you.

    We have attached our pictures to this email for your view. We expect to hear from you now and after you have received your money.

    God Bless.

    Chris and Colin Weir"

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  • December 18, 2017 at 10:42 PM by an anonymous user from Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan

    Here is another scam:

    "Subject: God Bless You And You

    From: Chris and Colin Weir Family <wierfamily@hotmail.com>

    Mon 12/18/2017 11:20 PM

    Dear Beneficiary.

    My husband and I are very happy to hear from you once again. How are you doing and your lovely entire family?

    The reason why we are giving out our inheritance, lottery donations and properties is because my husband and I are currently in the hospital and we want to help people out there that is why we are giving out all our lottery before we die.

    We advise you kindly follow the instructions so that all the total donation will be release to you in your country - PAKISTAN.

    Nobody can take out any amount from the donation till it get to the beneficiary.

    Keep us posted as soon as you are done with the lawyer procedures and the courier, and also as soon as the donations get to your destination.

    When the donations get to you, you and your entire family will take out 35%for yourselves and you will spend the rest 65% for the poor and build hospital and charity homes around you.

    Note, Judge Tony, has been our family lawyer/solicitor for the past 24 years and He has been very Honest and a man with great reputation.

    We hope you have the fear of God and ready to use the donations to help the needy and the poor.

    God Bless"

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  • December 5, 2017 at 11:30 AM by an anonymous user from Edmonton (University of Alberta Farm), Alberta, Canada

    I am out $725 canadian because I am a tard I sent it then started searching to see if it is a scam ha lol ha.

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  • November 8, 2017 at 3:14 PM by an anonymous user from Schoten, Flanders, Belgium

    Here is another scam:

    "Greetings to you,

    You have been issued with the sum of 1.1Million Euro from the Weir Family donation. Kindly get in touch with us with the following details.

    Name in full...Address...Age...Occupation...Cell Phone...Country...Alternate Email Address...To this email: cwierd@chgrats.co.uk

    Greetings to you,

    E-mail recived from

    De : GUEHEL Françoise

    Envoyé : mercredI 8 novembre 2017 19:05

    À : GUEHEL Françoise

    Objet : ccwfamily"

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  • November 8, 2017 at 4:56 AM by info

    I received an email from the same person: william.vindrios@aphp.fr

    But it is bit different:

    "Greetings to you,

    You have been issued with the sum of 1.1Million Euro from the Weir Family donation. Kindly get in touch with us with the following details.

    Name in full...Address...Age...Occupation...Cell Phone...Country...Alternate Email Address...To this email: cwierd@chgrats.co.uk

    We await your reply.

    Chris and Colin Weir

    cwierd@chgrats.co.uk"

    So watch out!

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  • October 31, 2017 at 3:45 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    -- -- --

    Feladó: Dr. Kopházi Erzsébet

    Küldve: 2017. október 30. 22:13

    Tárgy: cwwfamily

    Greetings to you,

    You have been issued with the sum of 1.1Million Euro from the Weir Family donation. Kindly get in touch with us with the following details.

    Name in full...Address...Age...Occupation...Cell Phone...Country...Alternate Email Address...To this email: cwierd@chgrats.co.uk

    We await your reply.

    Chris and Colin Weir

    cwierd@chgrats.co.uk

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  • January 28, 2017 at 1:10 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "Dear Beneficiary. My wife and I are very happy to hear from you, because we believe this is a life time opportunity for you and your family. We believe you have read the web link we sent you in our previous email. We have been deeply involved in charity programs over the past years, investing in people and being involved in several health care schemes. We want to touch the life of several people across the globe with our Euro Millions Winnings.

    We also have a plan in place to build a Standard Facility Hospital in a good location in your country. The Hospital will administer free health care to the less privileged in a remote area. We have informed Our Lawyer,and you should contact him District Judge Tony,Email: judgetonywoodburn@liverpoolcfc.com, you should send him an email include your INFORMATION'S for him to prepare the necessary documents for the release of the 1.1 Million Euro to you. My wife and I humbly urge you to cooperate with our Lawyer and adhere to his instruction. You should try and make good use of the 1.1 Million Euro when you receive it. We want you to use the money to improve your life and that of your family. We expect you to help people around you who are in need. We trust and believe that you will make adequate use of the funds donated to you. We have attached our pictures to this email for your view. We expect to hear from you now and after you have received your money. God Bless. Chris and Colin Weir."

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    • October 11, 2017 at 4:14 AM by an anonymous user from Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

      Same, here is another scam:-(

      "Dear Beneficiary.

      My wife and I are very happy to hear from you, because we believe this is a life time opportunity for you and your family. We believe you have read the web link we sent you in our previous email. We have been deeply involved in charity programs over the past years, investing in people and being involved in several health care schemes. We want to touch the life of several people across the globe with our Euro Millions Winnings. We also have a plan in place to build a Standard Facility Hospital in a good location in your country. The Hospital will administer free health care to the less privileged in a remote area.

      We have informed Our Lawyer,and you should contact him District Judge Tony,Email: judgetonywoodburn@liverpoolcfc.com, you should send him an email include your INFORMATION'S for him to prepare the necessary documents for the release of the 1.1 Million Euro to you.

      My wife and I humbly urge you to cooperate with our Lawyer and adhere to his instruction. You should try and make good use of the 1.1 Million Euro when you receive it. We want you to use the money to improve your life and that of your family. We expect you to help people around you who are in need. We trust and believe that you will make adequate use of the funds donated to you.

      We have attached our pictures to this email for your view. We expect to hear from you now and after you have received your money.

      God Bless.

      Chris and Colin Weir."

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  • June 28, 2015 at 12:20 AM by an anonymous user from Bangkok, Thailand

    The scammer's detail:

    Mrs.Lily Heng

    AIG Bank Combodia

    Email: aig.onlineb@careceo.com

    phone: 855888774943

    Please do something to these people, they do bad things to people!

    Thank you very much.

    Regards,

    P. Sawaiko

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  • June 28, 2015 at 12:12 AM by an anonymous user from Bangkok, Thailand

    Dear friends,

    I have received the email from Chris and Colin Weir claiming I won 1500,000.00 USD. I had given my detail and I get the other email from the bank from Cambodia.

    The name of the person is Mr.Lily Heng General Manager of AIG Bank Cambodia. The address is 23 Kramuon sar Avenue(street No.114) Khan Daun Penh Combodia.

    Mrs Lily Heng asked me to send the fee of 550$USD to AIG bank, I believed and willing to send the money! This article showed me that the information is not true and the persons responsible are scammers!

    I'm so lucky that I didn't sent 550$USD to the AIG Bank scammer in Cambodia!!!

    Thank you so much for the persons who are writing or warning us about scammers!!

    Warm regards,

    P. Sawaiko

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  • March 8, 2015 at 2:47 PM by an anonymous user from São Luís, Maranhao, Brazil

    Received an email that said these I would received a donation of funds amounting 1500.000 usd, just so I could get that amount that was necessary for me to pay a transfer fee which is 750.00 usd that the approximately 2,200.00 because the value could not be deducted from the funds because they were protected and insured and were deposited in the spleen> Below the e mail:

    - - - - -

    "Welcome to Cambodia Public Bank

    Actions

    CAMBODIAN PUBLIC BANK PLC (cambodia-publicbk@qdwxs.com) Add to contacts 03/05/2015 Keep this message at the top of your inbox

    To: Martian olive

    cambodia-publicbk@qdwxs.com

    Outlook.com Active Display

    EuroMillions lottery winners revealed

    Play Video

    Colin and Chris Weir reveal their plans to spend the £ 161m they won the biggest lottery jackpot in the history of the UK. . Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at ...

    0:02:08

    Added on 15/07/2011

    43,983 views

    Address:

    Campu Bank Building

    No. 23, Kramuon Sar Avenue (Street No. 114)

    Sangkat Phsar Thmey 2, Khan Daun Penh

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

    Contact. No: 85592391056

    Dear Dear Customer,

    This You are receiving this e-mail correspondence Mrs.Lily Heng, the Controller and Chief Accounting cambodian Bank is constantly striving to meet your banking needs and offshore and international investment, and when you join our organization, you are making a commitment that deserves reward, as we offer you access to a variety of services and products and a dedicated relationship manager.

    Your data were sent to us by the management of the Shoo-smiths law firm on behalf of Colin and Chris Weir winners Euro Millions Lottery, declaring it as genuine beneficiary of its ongoing charity donation.

    To further confirm the identity of the organizers of this charitable donation, please refer to the Web page below; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OopDopLsGNo

    Cambodian Public Bank officially inform you that your valid check for $ 1,500,000.00 USD = currently in possession of our bank and wAS as filed with us as a draft International Bank for Colin & Chris Weir, the Euro Millions Lottery Winners .

    According to the rules and regulations of the Authority of Asia's Financial Services for the accounts and large transfers, international customers are hiring the services of an intermediary bank, which will be responsible for clearing your check here in Asia before the funds in Money can be transferred to the destination country. This is the role of Cambodia Public Bank were allowed to play and we hope you will provide us with the details below to enable us to / Bank Transfer your funds for its operating bank account in your country.

    Step 1:

    * Name:

    * Last Name:

    * DATE OF BIRTH:

    * Sex:

    * Address:

    * City:

    * STATUS:

    * Postal Code:

    * Country:

    * MOBILE NO:

    * FAX IF:

    * OCCUPATION:

    Step 2:

    * Bank name:

    * BANK ADDRESS:

    * Account name:

    * NUMBERS OF ACCOUNTS:

    * SWIFT CODE:

    * Routing Numbers:

    Your funds equivalent to US $ 1,500,000.00 USD = will be credited to your operating bank account within 2-3 business days after the transfer.

    NOTE: If you do not want to send the above details due to reasons best known to you, your valid bank check can be sent to your address via mail delivery, but you will be responsible for mail delivery rate expressed, rate delivery must be paid before shipment is effected.Thank for your time and look forward to the successful transfer of your funds.

    Thank you for doing business with us in Cambodia Public Bank and appreciate your patronage of our products and services.

    Thanks in advance for banking with us.

    Swift Request Response in feed back.

    Mrs.Lily Heng

    (Financial Advisor)

    (Public bank CAMBODIA)

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