The email messages below which claim that EuroMillions Jackpot winner,Neil Trotter, is giving away some of his winnings, is a donation scam and you should not respond to them with your personal information. The email messages are fakes and were not sent by Neil Trotter. 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.
Remember, never send your personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted you via email message.
The Fraudulent Neil Trotter Email Messages
My name is Neil Trotter a recent winner of 107.9Million Pounds in the EuroMillion Jackpot Draw for March 2014. I have decided to donate part of my win to few persons around the globe and you are lucky to be one of them. I am willing to donate (One Million Pounds) to you as part of my effort to help alleviate poverty and with this you can carter for the less privileged ones in your society. I know it is surprising for you to have received this notification at this very time but, I believe this is the right time and I will be glad if you are willing to receive this donation and help out as well.
Do get back to me quickly via email at: email@example.com
Subject: Euromillion Winner!!!
My name is Neil Trotter the current winner of 108 million Pounds on the just concluded Euromillion Jackpot Draw for 2014, and i bring to you a perfect good news for such a perfect timing as this. I know this is surprising for you to have received this at this very early stage.
But because i just received the cheque on Friday 14th of March 2014 and i am excited, so i am willing to donate 1,000,000(One Million Great Britain Pounds) to you and as part of my effort to alleviate poverty and care for the less priveledged around the world,i have decided to donate to just 15 people around the globe which you are a part of.
so do get back to us quickly via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org