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Lottery Scam - "Samsung Galaxy Prize International Promotion"

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Lottery Scam - "Samsung Galaxy Prize International Promotion"

The email message below which appears as if it came from Samsung, is fraudulent, and the recipients are advised not to respond to it with their personal information. There is no "Galaxy Prize International Promotion" or other Samsung 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 money.

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

The Fake and Lottery Scamming Samsung Email Message

Samsung Europe
Galaxy Claim Prize
Olofplein10
Delft-Holland
Telefax: 0031847340001
www.samsung.com/europe

Samsung Official Claim Prize Authorization.

Winning Ticket Number:EU:NLJ876/TPX678J.

With the introduction of new types of games and the ushering of online technology with the permit issued under EU law to compete for concessions to run online games on the internet with free tickets.

we are launching the Galaxy Prize International Promotion from our database of Samsung users for the 2nd Category 'A' draw winning prize, of which your email address was randomly selected and resulting out with 4 other emails winning with the same winning ticket number:

EU:NLJ876/TPX678J attached to each email.

Congratulations as one of the lucky winners,you have been officially selected for the payment of the 2nd Category 'A' draw prize for 5 winners for the winning prize of Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand Euros each and a Samsung Galaxy S6 EDGE.

For claim provide required informations and send back along with a proof of identity.

(Driving License/Identity Card or Passport Copy):

Full Names:

Address:

Nationality:

Country of Residence:

Occupation:

Tel number:

Outlined herein are the terms and conditions for claiming your prize:

1. You must be over the age of 16.

2. Mode of payment is strictly by bank transfer only.

3. Winners will be referred to a bank representative in the paying bank (Transfer Manager) to have an offshore account set up and activated for transfer.

4. All winnings has been insured and has a high insurance bond.(Notarisation and Insurance Bond/Guaranty)

5. Non-residence of the Netherlands, winner is responsible for the mandatory notarisation/Legal charges, due to the High Insurance Bond Policy of which your winning amount must reflect the exact amount for transfer to you.

:Deduction from winning prize is prohibited/not allowed.

6. The mandated notarisation of winning/activation of an offshore account with paying bank completes the claim process, failure to do so will cause you to forfeit the prize.

7. Any leak of your winning information resulting in a double claim, will nullify your winnings.

8. Your winning is in an escrow offshore account pending the completion of your claim process.

9. Employees and their relatives are excluded from participating in this program.

10. You are obliged to have your name published as a winner and will be invited to be present in the t.v.show after remittance.

11.to be eligible for claim you must complete the claims process before the deadline/expiry date.

12. Filing a claim means acceptance of the full terms and conditions of Samsung Europe.

Send your claim information and a proof of identity to the claims/notarisation officer for the notarisation of your winning certificate as a non resident for payment transfer:

CONTACT:

Claims/Notarisation Officer.

Ching Tjin.(Mr)

Email: samsung.notarisation@europe.com

Note that any leakage of your winning ticket number resulting to a double claim will automatically forfeit your winning prize thus we advise you to keep this message confidential and away from public notice to prevent double claim or impersonation until after remittance/payment to you.

Your Faithfully,

Stefi Van Westerhof.(Public Relations Officer)

Samsung Europe

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  • Posted: Jan 25, 2017 at 2:15 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Ljubljana, Slovenia

    I have just received a similar one, this time from Vodafone (notarization.winning@vodafone.com) claiming I won 750.000€.

    delete


  • Posted: Apr 11, 2016 at 3:18 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India

    I have gotten such a message.

    delete


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