Once potential victims respond to the fake lottery scamming email messages, they will be asked by the lottery scammers to send thousands of dollars, which the scammers will claim are for taxes and other fees that the potential victims must pay in order for them to receive their so-called lottery prizes. But, once the lottery scammers receive the money sent by their victims, they will disappear, leaving the victims disappointed, frustrated and thousands of dollars broke.
The "Google / Android 2017 End Of Year Promo" Lottery Scam
Date: November 18, 2017, 5:30:06
From: Google / Android 2017 End Of Year Promo <email@example.com>
Congratulations to the winners of one of our Google / Android 2017 End Of Year Promo Awards Lucky Owners selected emails that came out on our Yearly Random Offensive. You have confirmed, so go ahead and request £ 1,000,000.00 (one million pounds sterling).
Contact our payment bank, which is responsible for transferring your funds to you. Contact them using the contact details below.
Bank name: Bank of England.
Contact: Sir David Ramsden
Direct phone: +44 702 403 8588
Direct Fax: +44 704 555 6780
Date of birth:
Next from Kin:
Identity scanned copy:
Thank you and again, congratulations!
Customer Service Specialist
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