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Scam - There NO "Samsung Lottery Promotion United Kingdom with Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company"

2017-10-21T11:01:53 -  +
Scam - There NO "Samsung Lottery Promotion United Kingdom with Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company"

There is no yearly Samsung lottery promotion United Kingdom which is organized by Samsung UK Company in conjunction with Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas company, therefore, recipients of email messages like the one below, which claim that they are winners in such a lottery or promotion should not follow the instructions in them. They should instead, delete the fake email messages. The fake email messages are being sent by lottery scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information and money, by claiming that they need to do so in order to receive their so-called lottery prizes from the Samsung Company Award Lottery Board or Samsung Company Lucky Gift Splash Promotion Board. But, there is no such board.

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Persons who have already sent their personal information or who have already responded to the fake email message (see below), are asked to be careful next time or contact the police, because the information that they have sent will be used by lottery scammers in an attempt to trick them into sending money or more information, may even be used to steal their identities.

The "Samsung Lottery Promotion United Kingdom with Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company" Scam

Reference Number: 9-11-13-19-37-3-4

Po Box 200, Harrogate England,

United Kingdom.

EMAIL ID= wrdbak1@live.co.uk

Tel + 448445893791

Dear Lucky Winner,

This is to inform you that your Email have won you a prize of £500,000.00(Five Hundred Thousand Pounds) form the Yearly Samsung Lottery promotion United Kingdom which is organized by Samsung UK Company in conjunction with Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company, “Your Email Address “were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from Nine hundred thousand email from Canada, Australia, United States, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceanic as part of our international promotions program which is conducted annually, we have only selected 20 people as our winners, through electronic ballot System without the winner applying.

TO CLAIM SEND YOUR DETAILS TO THIS EMAIL wrdbak1@live.co.uk

1. Full Name:

2. Full Home Address:

3. Gender:

4. Mobile Number:

5. Country:

6. State:

7. Occupation:

8. Age:

9. E-mail Address:

10.Bank Name:

11.Bank Account Number:

12. Bank Branch:

13. Bank Swift or Ifsc code:

Full Bank Details: Passport Size Photo: / Scan Copy ID Proof

OUR PAST WINNERS PHOTOGRAPHS.

REPLY TO THIS EMAIL ID: wrdbak1@live.co.uk

CONGRATUNATION ONCE AGAIN ON BEHALF OF SAMSUNG COMPANY!!

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  • Posted: Mar 16, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Colombo (Colombo Division), Western, Sri Lanka

    I am from Sri Lanka. I also cheated and lost my money Rs 292,000.00. The money was deposited to a personal account. I borrowed that money now I have no way to recover it. I don't know what to do. Shall the police take any actions?

    delete


    • Posted: Mar 16, 2018 by info

      Yes, but it is going to be hard or impossible to find the criminals behind the scam.

      delete


  • Posted: Jan 6, 2018 by info

    Received this scam message:

    "by SMSCaster.com: UR SIM-N0 HAS WON $120,000,USD FROM SAMSUNG UK
    SEND UR NAME
    AGE
    SEX
    ADDS
    MOBILE.NO
    REPLY TO samgalaxyuk1@outlook.com"

    delete


  • Posted: Nov 3, 2017 by info

    Here is another scam:

    "Reference Number: 9-11-13-19-37-3-4

    Po Box 200, Harrogate England,
    United Kingdom.
    EMAIL ID= wrdbak1@live.co.uk
    Tel 448445893791

    Dear Lucky Winner,

    This is to inform you that your Email have won you a prize of £500,000.00(Five Hundred Thousand Pounds) form the Yearly Samsung Lottery promotion United Kingdom which is organized by Samsung UK Company in conjunction with Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company, “Your Email Address “were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from Nine hundred thousand email from Canada, Australia, United States, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceanic as part of our international promotions program which is conducted annually, we have only selected 20 people as our winners, through electronic ballot System without the winner applying.

    TO CLAIM SEND YOUR DETAILS TO THIS EMAIL wrdbak1@live.co.uk

    ...

    Full Bank Details: Passport Size Photo: / Scan Copy ID Proof

    OUR PAST WINNERS PHOTOGRAPHS.
    REPLY TO THIS EMAIL ID: wrdbak1@live.co.uk
    CONGRATUNATION ONCE AGAIN ON BEHALF OF SAMSUNG COMPANY!!"

    delete


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