The Chevron Texaco Lottery or Promotion Scams
From: Helén Gribbson Helen.Gribbson@engelholm.se
Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2016 12:09 PM
Subject: Chevron Information
Your transaction of $1,200,000.00 USD in the On-going Chevron Malaysia Award 2016.Your E-mail was attached to the ticket number CHV201673, Which subsequently won you $1,200,000.00 USD Cash Prize. Do send in your Name , Address And Phone Number for VERIFICATIONS AND CLAIMS.more information on your payment status;Foward Your E-mail to Mrs Monica Abdul-Razak:email@example.com OR Dial 0060-1625-43857 for any inquiries on the above message.
Chevron Malaysia Promotion Department
From CHEVRON TEXACO
From: CHEVRON TEXACO <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: 2011 AWARD!
You were awarded in the CHEVRON TEXACO promo which took place January 3rd, and you are to claim the amount of one million Pounds,it means you are 1 of our lucky recipents
You are to send us this informations
NAME IN FULL:
From: "Chevron-Texaco Oil and Gas Company"email@example.com
Subject: Lottery Notification....
Attn: Chevron-Texaco Oil and Gas Company Beneficiary.
Your verification number is (CT-389-6373,FGN/P-073-92). We wish to congratulate you over your email success in the Chevron-Texaco Oil and Gas Company computer balloting sweepstake held recently.
Your price is worth Ј950, 000 .00 Pounds, for claim send your.
You have been selected in the on-going Free Domain lottery award held
this January 2012.
We the promo board are pleased to inform you that you have been
approved for a payment of $1,000,000USD.
If you receive this email, it means you are one of the five(5) lucky
Your verification number is: (CT-222-6747,FGN/P-900-56).
CLAIMS PROCESSING OFFICER: Name of whom to contact is Mr. JEFFREY
NAME IN FULL:
From: "lotteria Chevron Texaco"<firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Dear Email User
I am happy to bring to your Notice that you have been cleared a winner to receive the sum of ONE MILLION POUNDS,Which means you are one of our Lucky winner of chevron texaco lottery. in India
CONTACT AGENT: Rev. Joseph Stanna Via: (email@example.com)
Marital Status,Mobile No....
Legitimate companies will never ask their winners to send money in order to claim their prizes, and will never request personal and financial information via email messages. Lottery scamming is a big business, and scammers are working hard to make their scams appear real or legitimate. Therefore, recipients of email or other messages should not quickly send requested information or follow instructions in the messages before doing their research.