The "BigBig Lotto International Programs" is a Lottery Scam
A Sample of the "BigBig Lotto International Programs" Lottery Scam
Date: November 2, 2017 at 8:42:12 AM MDT
Subject: YOU WON $2,100,000.00
You have won on the computer ballot,
the sum of $2,100,000.00 in cash.
your claim agent for your immediate payment Mr.KHOZA IRVAN
Telephone: +27 633 207 827
( UNIVERSAL LOTTERY )
PRIZE AWARD NOTIFICATION
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
REFERENCE NUMBER: SAB/240142/011
BATCH NUMBER: 16/006/1094/LIPDA/SA.
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
(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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