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Google Lottery Scam Email Messages - March 3, 2015

2015-03-25T23:30:00  +
Google Lottery Scam Email Messages - March 3, 2015

The email messages below which appear as if they came from Google, are all fraudulent and the recipients are advised not to respond to them with their personal information. There is no Google lottery, sweepstakes or promotion. 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.

Please continue below.

Remember, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.

The Google Lottery Scam Email Messages

Dear Google User.
Google Incorporation®.
Belgrave House,
76 Buckingham Palace Road,
London SW1W 9TQ,
United Kingdom.

GOOGLE WINNING NOTIFICATION.

We wish to congratulate you once again, for being among the Twelve (12) selected winners in the ongoing E-mail Electronic Online Sweepstakes; we do believe with your prize, you will continue to be active in your patronage to Google and its Products.

Please find attached file confidential mail award for your reference contact.

Congratulations from the Staffs & Members of Google Board Commission.

Dr Gilbert Scholes,
googleclaimsdept@163.com
Google Transfer Manager
Google United Kingdom
2015 Google Corporation.

Dear E-mail User,
Google Security Department®
Belgrave House,
76 Buckingham Palace Road,
London SW1 9TQ,
United Kingdom.

Dear Lucky Winner.

We wish to congratulate you on this note, for being one of our lucky winners selected this year. This promotion was set-up to encourage the active use of the Google search engine and the Google ancillary services. Hence we do believe with your winning prize, you will continue to be active and patronage to this company. Google is now the world leading search engine worldwide and in an effort to make sure that it remains the most widely used search engine, an online e-mail balloting was carried out on the 1st of February 2015, without your knowledge and was officially released recently. We wish to formally announce to you that your email address was attached to a lump sum of ?950,000.00 {Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand British Pounds} only. Your Winning Cheque or Sky bank Visa Card that will enable you withdraw your money in any Atm machine or any local bank in your country pending on your choice will be issued in your name by the Google Promotion Award Team and mail to you via Courier Company along with your winning certificate.

Your Award Winning Details.
Code Number: GUK/3554749405GK
Ticket No: GUK/1008272745GK
Winning Number: GUK/99334353734GK

Google Inc. Desk
Ref # GIH1277714477ID
Re: gmail Account holder:

We use this medium to notify you of the prize of 500,000 GBP (Five hundred thousand pounds sterling) won by your gmail account in the Google Inc. online promotion.

Contact your claim officer below via email:

Mr. Clement West,
Email: gukinfo2013@googlemail.com

All the best,

Google Account team
Copyright© Google Inc. 2015 All Rights

Subject: Google Inc
Google

Dear Google User,

You have been selected as a winner for using Google services.

Matt Brittin.

CEO Google UK.

©2015 Google Incorporation®
Google Anniversary Award Centre
Belgrave House, 76 Buckingham Palace Rd. London SW1W 9TQ, United Kingdom.
Your e-mail address winning details:

Award Batch No: GUK/FPSP/DRW24/08
E- No: GUK/FPSP/1472/915/218

OFFICIAL WINNING NOTIFICATION LETTER

We wish to congratulate you over your success in the official publication of results of the E-mail electronic online sweepstake organized by Google, in conjunction with the Foundation for the Promotion of Software Products (F.P.S.P) and confirmed by our co-sponsors Visa®/MasterCard® International. Google earns its profit mainly from advertising using their very own Google search engine, Gmail, Gala, Sify e-mail services, Google Maps, Google Apps, Orkut social networking and You Tube video sharing, which are all offered to the public for free.

This is to inform you that you are among the Ten (10) lucky winners of Category B and therefore entitled to£850,000.00 GBP {Eight Hundred and Fifty Thousand British Pounds}. A Bank Draft will be issued in your name by our Foreign Payment Bureau and also a certificate of prize claim will be sent alongside your Bank Draft. Hence we do believe with your prize, you will continue to be active in your patronage of Google and its products.

Your prize will be released to you upon meeting the requirement of the promotion award board authority which includes your statutory obligations. You are advised to contact our Foreign Payment Bureau with the details below to file your Claims:

Google UK Ltd
Belgrave House
76 Buckingham Palace Road London SW1W 9TQ
United Kingdom.

Ref No: GFSP/ 7748/782/2013
Batch: GFSP/ 955/GPWIN/UK

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION LETTER.

It is obvious that this notification will come to you as a surprise but please find time to read it carefully as we congratulate you over your success in the following official publication of results of the E-mail Electronic Online Sweepstakes Organized by Google, in conjunction with the foundation for the Promotion of Software Products, (F.P.S.) held here in London UK. Google earns its profit mainly from advertising using their very own Google search engine, Gmail, Gala, Sify, e-mail service Google Maps, Google Apps, Orkut social networking and You Tube video sharing, which are all offered to the public for free.

We wish to congratulate you once again, for being among the Twelve (12) selected winners in the ongoing E-mail Electronic Online Sweepstakes. Hence we do believe with your prize, you will continue to be active in your patronage to Google and its Products. A Bank Draft of ?950,000.00 GBP{Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Great British Pounds} will be issued in your name by our Foreign Payment Bureau and also a certificate of prize claim will be sent alongside your Bank Draft.

You are advised to contact our Foreign Payment Bureau with the following details below for the Processing of your Claims:

FOREIGN PAYMENT RELEASE FORM.

(1) Your Full Names:
(2) Your Contact Address:

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  • Posted: 2015-04-09T06:09:48 by an anonymous user from or near: Ross-on-Wye (Waterloo House), England, United Kingdom

    Hello,

    My name is Angie, I received a email saying I won a £1,000,000 Great Britian pounds.

    It is suppose to be a random yearly prize send to internet users from "Google Ltd" Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo and Hotmail.

    Can you please tell me if this is a scam or if it is a geniune thing Google does on a yearly basis. The dispatch company is Madpur dispatch in India.

    Thanking you,
    Angelina

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    • Posted: 2015-04-09T08:18:17 by info

      It is a scam. Legitimate companies will never request your personal or financial information via an email message.

      And, never send money in order to receive money or some other prizes.

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  • Posted: 2015-03-17T03:50:12 by an anonymous user from or near: Hemet, California, United States

    I just got a email from this bullbcrap talking about I won 500,0000 and I knew it was to good to be true, thats why I Google and this scam pop up.

    So sad the things people do just to get folks information

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