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The "BigBig Lotto International Programs" is a Lottery Scam

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The "BigBig Lotto International Programs" is a Lottery Scam

If you have received BigBig Lotto International Programs emails similar to the one below, you should delete them. And you should not contact the sender and should never give out personal information. Also, never pay any fees of any kind. A legitimate lottery does not ask for such information and will NOT ask you to send money in order to receive a lottery prize. Most of lottery scammers operate overseas, so they can safely scam you without the fear of being caught easily.

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A Sample of the "BigBig Lotto International Programs" Lottery Scam

From: bechara@optusnet.com.au

Date: November 2, 2017 at 8:42:12 AM MDT

Subject: YOU WON $2,100,000.00

Reply-To: 103@freemail.hu

You have won on the computer ballot,

the sum of $2,100,000.00 in cash.

Please contact

your claim agent for your immediate payment Mr.KHOZA IRVAN

Telephone: +27 633 207 827

Email: bidboard@freemail.hu



We are pleased to inform you that the announcement made this year Winners of the BigBig Lotto International Programs, as part of our promotional draws. Note that your email address qualified for the draw, as a result of your visiting various websites we are running the e-business promotions for. You/Your Company email address, attached to ticket number 4017-4162-1018, with serial number SH4710019 drew the Winning numbers 70, 35, 11, 72, 41 and Bonus number 1



Participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 2,500,000 email addresses of individuals and companies from all part of the world as part of our electronic business Promotions Program.

You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of US$2,100,000.00 in cash, which is the winning pay-out for Second category winners. This is from the total prize money of US$26,650,000.00 shared among the seven international winners in the Second category.

Fill up the Form for your claims

(1)Full name: .

(2)Country of origin..

(3) Date of birth ..

(4)Contact telephone and fax number

(5)Residential address

(6) Gender .

Remember, sending your personal information to lottery scammers will only help them rip you off. Every month, thousands of fake lottery scam email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into sending their personal information and money.

For online users who have already been tricked by the fraudulent e-mail, please be careful next time. This is because the cyber-criminals/scammers will contact those online users using the information they have submitted in an attempt to scam them.

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  • Posted: Feb 13, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Stevenage, England, United Kingdom

    If you received the email via Hotmail, report it as a phishing scam (Junkmail drop-down menu) and if you feel like it, send them a reply with something about Karma catching up with them.

    However, by replying to them you also validate your email address to them and their lack of conscience may lead them to retaliate in some way, the result of which could on the other hand hopefully be their complete undoing, so it can be a two-edged sword...


    • Posted: Feb 13, 2018 by info

      Never reply to phishing or spam emails because you will only be telling the scammers that your email address is active. And, once they know, they will continue to send more emails.


  • Posted: Jan 21, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Jakarta, Indonesia

    I have replied to the email, is it will be a problem for me or not?


    • Posted: Jan 21, 2018 by info

      The scammers will contact you and attempt to trick you into sending them money or more personal information. So, just be careful going forward.


  • Posted: Dec 30, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Hamadan, Ostan-e Hamadan, Iran

    Dear sir,

    I have received this fraudulent email:

    "Reference to your winning information’s received on the Desk of my department for the transfer of your International Lottery winnings amounting to the sum of Two Million One Hundred Thousand United States Dollars (US$2,100,000.00) only.

    We write to inform you that in line with our operational policy, your request will be granted upon satisfaction of the Exchange Control Regulation for benefits and rights. We wish to inform you that we have two (2) ways of payment by which you have to choose any option that would be suitable for you.

    We have to register on your name our bank’s International ATM VISA CARD and load the winning amount of $2,100,000:00 into the card whereby you would be allowed to make a withdrawal of $4,000 every day from any ATM Machine Cash Point of your choice worldwide. You can use the ATM VISA CARD to buy things online from any shop of your choice both local and international.

    You can buy houses with the Card from any country of your choice. Also for the delivery of the Parcel via DHL Delivery Company to your door-step within 2-3 working days you need to pay for the (INSURANCE, HANDLING & DELIVERY FEE) of $498 (Four Hundred & Ninety Eight United States Dollars only) .

    Secondly if you choose to have your winning prize fund paid out by Bank-to-Bank wire transfer then we have to set-up an Escrow Account for you in our bank and this is the account where your winning prize will first lodge into before onward transfer to your nominated bank account overseas.

    Also for the Escrow Account to be effective to carry-out the funds transfer to your nominated bank account overseas, then you need to pay for the (ACTIVATION FEE & BANK TRANSFER CHARGES) of $972 (Nine Hundred & Seventy Two United States Dollars only) before immediate transfer from our bank.

    The choice is yours; get back to us as soon as possible with any of the option you will like to have your winning prize.

    Thank you for your anticipated understanding and co-operations.

    Dr. JozI Khoza

    Director Foreign Exchange & Remittance Dept.

    FNB Johannesburg, South Africa.


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