Fake The Case Foundation Awards and Lottery Messages

Fake The Case Foundation Awards and Lottery Messages

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Scammers are sending out fake "The Case Foundation" messages like the ones below, in an attempt to trick potential victims into believing they are winners of thousands of dollars, or have received some form of award. The aim of the scammers behind the fake messages is to trick the potential victims into sending them their personal information, and money that the scammers claim are for taxes or fees the potential victims must pay in order to receive their awards or prizes. The Case Foundation is currently aware of the fake messages and is actively working with LinkIn, where most of the messages are being distributed, to resolve the issue.

Also, The Case Foundation is currently not promoting any contest or awarding prizes, therefore recipients of messages claiming otherwise should be deleted, and the instructions in them should never be followed.

The Fake “The Case Foundation” Awards and Lottery Messages

Hi ,

You were contacted because your profile was selected in The Case Foundation Awards through our computer ballot system making you a winner of 75,000 GBP (Seventy Five Thousand Great British Pounds).This is in keeping with the dreams and visions of digital pioneers Jean and Steve Case. We create programs and invest in people and organizations that harness the best impulses of entrepreneurship, innovation, technology and collaboration to drive exponential impact. Our partners are change makers with ideas that have trans-formative potential and can lead us to uncover new, more impact ways of addressing chronic social challenges. Our efforts to drive social change are focused on three key pillars: revolutionizing philanthropy, unleashing entrepreneurs and igniting civic engagement.to claim we shall need some details to help us with the processing of your funds. Please provide us with the following details below:

1. Full names

2. Identification Card of copy or international passport

3. Profession/Occupation

4. Tell/Cellphone

Note that the paying bank for this award is in the United Kingdom and the mode of payment shall be through either of these modes i.e

1.Bank to bank (Online banking)

2.Through a certified bank Check to the tune of your award as such you must also indicate/confirm the mode of your preferred payment.

We await your prompt response,


(Award Claims Agent)

Hi, Your profile has been selected for an Award by The Case Foundation, kindly contact: Elaine Davies for more information. Email:


The Case Foundation

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  • July 8, 2016 at 2:46 AM by RJHFHER from Rome, Latium, Italy

    Hi, I've received this scam mail, but unfortunately I've answered to it before I realized it is a scam. I just gave my personal data but none of my financial or bank account information. Is there anything I can do to prevent any problems regarding to my identity information?

    Hoping you can help me.


    • July 8, 2016 at 6:26 AM by info

      The information that you have given them is not enough for them to steal your identity. But, they will be contacting you, and will attempt to scam you using the information that you have sent. So, just be careful next time..


  • June 3, 2016 at 8:56 AM by an anonymous user from Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

    I have also just received such an email:

    "Hi, Your profile has been selected for an award by The Case Foundation, kindly contact: Mrs Carmen Brown Email:casefoundation02@ outlook.com Telephone: 277(0)110735349 www.casefoundation.org

    Regards, The Case Foundation."

    Thank you for this site, and for alerting others of such scams. Much appreciated.


  • June 2, 2016 at 5:32 AM by an anonymous user from Milan, Lombardy, Italy

    I get an email from this address : thecasefoundation@ outlook.com


  • April 23, 2016 at 12:53 PM by info

    Received a fake message from Elaine Davies at email address: thecasefoundation@ outlook.com.


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