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Beware of the "Euro-Millions Online Sweepstakes" Lottery or Lotto Scam

2017-10-17T12:06:14 -  +
Beware of the "Euro-Millions Online Sweepstakes" Lottery or Lotto Scam

The email message below, which claims that the recipients are lottery winners in the "Euro-Millions Online Sweepstakes" lottery is a fake or lottery scam. There is no such sweepstakes or lottery. Every month, thousands of those email messages are sent out by lottery scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information and money, to collect so-called lottery prizes. Also, never respond to an email message that claims that you are a lottery winner with your personal or financial information. Legitimate lottery companies do not request personal or financial information via an email message, and will never ask winners to send money or financial information in order to collect their prizes.

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The "Euro-Millions Online Sweepstakes" Lotto Scam

Subject: Emailing The UK Lottery.pdf

Euro-American Asia International Lottery

Euro-Millions Online Sweepstakes

Attn: Email Account Holder,

Congratulations!! We happily announce to you the draw (#1048) of the Euro-Millions, online Sweepstakes promotion held in London-United

Kingdom. Your active e-mail address attached to the World Wide Web computer generated ticket number: B7607545 4139 with reference number

EAAL/JA2C110P7 and Serial number UK5365/3, Batch number ZA87-2PY, drew the Lucky Numbers: 01 09 15 19 25 Lucky Stars 01 07. This

subsequently won you the lottery in the 1st category i.e. matches 6 lucky numbers as jackpot prize. You have therefore been allocated to claim a total sum of £650,000.00 (Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand British Pounds) in cash is credited to Millionaire Raffle THVG82566. This is from A total cash prize of £3,900,000.00 Shared amongst the (6) lucky winners in "1st" category.

PRIZE BREAKDOWN

Draw 1048, | Draw Machine: 01 | Ball set: 01 | Friday 06 October, 2017 | Jackpot for this draw £170,810,000

No. of matches No. of winners £s per winner Prize fund

Match 5 + 1 Stars 16 £900,571.70 £3,602,286.80

Match 5 22 £19,468.90 £136,282.30

Match 4 + 2 Stars 161 £1,301.20 £44,240.80

Match 4 + 1 Stars 3,119 £71.60 £51,122.40

Match 3 + 2 Stars 6,365 £49.00 £70,070.00

Totals 5,175,432 £11,485,638.50

Additional information Jackpot winner(s) Lucky Dip winners Machine used for draw Ball set used

01 SAPPHIRE 01

This promotion was drawn based on email address as the key identification for setting up online accounts. All valid email addresses in the World Wide Web Draw used/participants for the online email promotion version were selected randomly via computer balloting from a global website collaboration with internet companies like eBay, pay pal, liberty reserve, and Google whom also built their systems and based their membership registration identity on email addresses supporting this computer draw system done by extracted email addresses from over 100,000 unions, associations, and corporate bodies and affiliated members to the National Lottery website and their advertisers listed online. This Online promotion takes place via virtual ticket balloting and it is done Bi-annually.

Please note that you’re lucky winning ticket file and number falls within our African booklet representative office in Johannesburg South Africa, as

indicated in your ballot played coupon. In view of this, your (£650,000.00) would be released to you by our payment department in South Africa.

Contact our Fiduciary agents immediately to commence release of your lottery prize by providing details below.

1. Full Name:

2. Age:

3. Sex:

4. Address:

5. Occupation:

6. Email Address:

7. Country of origin:

8. Country of resident:

9. Telephone:

10. Fax Numbers:

For security reasons, you are advised to keep your winning information confidential till your claim is processed and your money remitted to you in whatever choice you want to claim your prize. Precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program are in place.

Please be warned!!! To file for your claim, please contact our fiduciary agent and provide her with your winning email and details.

Euro-Million Lottery Fiduciary Agents:

(Mrs. Mary Hanks)

Foreign Service Manager (FSM)

#14 Rissik Street, Johannesburg 2001, South Africa…

Tel: +27 71 703 7564

Fax: +27 86 402 7590

E-mail: maryhanks2012@live.com

"Please do not reply back to the senders address or the source email address, this notification is sent automatically via computer virtual notification to winning email addresses and a response will not be attended by Human but computer" contact the fiduciary agents above "

Yours Faithfully,

Mrs. Dianne Thompson. Online co-coordinator.

EURO-AMERICAN ASIA INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY.

Copyright (c) 1994-2017 The UK Lottery International

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  • Posted: Aug 14, 2018 at 6:21 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Tirana, Albania

    its totally a scam . did not exist nothing. I contact the bank directly and the bank confirm that is a scam . they use the name of FNB bank in South Afrika .

    Thede people only want to take profits from us and want a sum of money for prepay before the transaction of the lottery passed into your account because thay said that is the procedure of the bank to take a fee tax before the transaction.

    In this moment I contact directilly the bank with the number that I find in FNB website and they confirm that is a scam . so I wasn't her victim .

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  • Posted: Mar 28, 2018 at 3:19 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From: Euro Millions
    Date: March 26, 2018 at 10:56:06 AM EDT
    Subject: your email

    Dear Winner
    We wish to Congratulate and inform you that your email address has won (£161,653,000 one hundred and sixty one million six hundred and fifty three thousand pounds) on 2018 national lottery euromillions email draw promotion see the attached file for more details.

    Thanks
    email us:draws@winning.com"

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  • Posted: Dec 1, 2017 at 1:28 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Derby, England, United Kingdom

    Idiotically I replied stating that there were many online scams going and this person assured me it was all real and true.
    I did not disclose any personal details and don’t intend to do so . I did however buy an online syndicate ticket via Groupon which this lady was stating . But whehooo, 5 min dreaming with spending money on a house and such things were cool.

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  • Posted: Nov 14, 2017 at 2:48 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Ilford, England, United Kingdom

    I know this is a scam but how the hell did they manage to obtain all of the details regarding the actual ticket that I did buy!

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  • Posted: Nov 3, 2017 at 2:19 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Llandudno, Wales, United Kingdom

    Received one of these today, very professional looking and could easily fool someone, lots of detail. Beware !

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