Lottery Scam - "Reference Number - UK/JA2C110P5; Ticket Number - /B55607545 61"

Lottery Scam - "Reference Number - UK/JA2C110P5; Ticket Number - /B55607545 61"

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The email message below is a lottery scam. 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 Lottery Scam Email Message

Dear Winner,



I write to acknowledge the receipt of your email massage, the authenticity of your winning has been confirmed by this very office, your winning details was received and has forwarded to the HSBC of London, England for onward transfer of your winning sum. This is to guarantee that all our winners received their winning prize without any delay.). And your Winning Prize has been insured in your name to the real value and as such "nobody" has the right to make any deduction from your prize.

Therefore, you have been advice to contact the person in HSBC of London, England which is in charge under Remittance Department urgent for details regarding on how your winning sum will be transfer into your account. Below is the contact information.

Contact Person: Dr Ben Mathews

Tel: 44 77 0002 7039

Fax: 44 70 7707 4186

Email: customerservice@hsbc-corporate.co.uk


Please (NOTE) that your (insurance Certificate) has already been forwarded to HSBC of London, England for your own reference payment number (32). No one has the right whatsoever to make any deduction from it in any circumstance until the fund is finally transferred to your nominated bank account

Respected Yours

Mr. Thomas Newman.

N.B: Always keep your winning information strictly confidential to avoid double claim from any person you might disclose the information to.

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  • February 4, 2016 at 6:42 PM by an anonymous user from Newark, New Jersey, United States

    I was contacted and informed that my money is at the hsbc london and the amount allocated for me. I sent my details and they ask for yet more details and a copy of my ID. Please advise. They money is insured in my name and only I am entitled to a sum of 80,000,000 US dollars. But after I gave them my full details I have not heard from them again.

    Please advise.


    • February 4, 2016 at 7:23 PM by info

      It is a scam. Never send your information to anyone who claims you have won the lottery or some promotional prize. The thieves may use the information that you have sent to steal your identity. Since you have sent so much information, please report it to the police.


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Lottery Scam - "Reference Number - UK/JA2C110P5; Ticket Number - /B55607545 61"