The "United Kingdom National Lottery, FIFA, Microsoft and Coca-Cola Russian 2018" Lottery Scam
The National Lottery
Camelot UK Lotteries Limited Registered Office: Tolpits Lane, Watford, Herts WD18 9RN, United Kingdom.
Batch Ref No: SWIOC/8042/017UK
File Ref No: UKNL/990369274/17
To the registered email address owner,
The United Kingdom National Lottery in association with Federation Internationale de Football Association(FIFA), Microsoft and Coca-Cola is pleased to notify you of your winning in the release of its 2018 annual draw of International Promotions Programme of the UK National Lottery-FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia. You were selected as a winner in a random Microsoft World Wide Web (www) computerized draw system, extracted from over (100,000 000) companies and individual email addresses worldwide. The lottery programme is aimed at promoting the FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia by June 2018.
The results of our computer draw selected your name and winning email address attached to Batch Reference Number. SWIOC/8042/017UK, Ticket Number 057-90242857 with Serial Number 805 and drawing the lucky Winning Number 49-69-37-25-74-91-26. which consequently won the lottery grand award prize in the 2nd category draw. Therefore, you have been approved to claim a lottery jackpot lump sum award prize winning of £2,000,000.00 (Two million pounds sterling) prize credited to file Ref. No: UKNL/990369274/17. This is from the total prize of £36,000,000.00(Thirty six million pounds sterling) shared among the eighteen international lucky winners in this category as part of the UK National Lottery-RFA International Promotions Programme which will end in the fiscal year 2018.The online International Promotions Programme takes place bi-annually via virtual online computerized ticketing and drawsystem. This is an auto draw programme and requires no physical purchase of tickets Your prize is fully insured and now readyfor your claim with our authorized finance management firm-Capital Finance Company, London.
Your prize claim will be processed by Capital Finance Company, London. Note Importantb/ that the Batch Reference Number. SWIOC/8042/017UK for payment of your prize money of £2,000,000.00 falls under the UK-Afro-Euro-Asia geographic payment zoning (PCZA1). Therefore your prize payment, when processed under the PCZA1 geographic zoning, will be executed by treasury allocation of funds to any of the PCZA1 appointed paying banks either in United Kingdom, Netherlands, South Africa or Hong Kong. Your prize money will be loaded and paid out to you in a Bank VISA/MASTERCARD Automated Teller Machine (ATM) Card by any of the PCZA1 appointed paying banks located in the above named countries mandated for your prize payment. Your Bank ATM Card will also be delivered to you by courier by the PCZA1 appointed paying bank Prize payment by Bank ATM VISA/MASTERCARD will enable you withdraw your prize money from any bank ATM machine in your country or anyother part of the world. You are advised on once and final notice. to contact the Claims Office of Capital Finance Company quoting your winning reference details, to process and receive payment of your prize after all statutory obligations have been satisfactorily concluded. Contact thus:
Capital Finance Inc. Claims Office, London e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Your Claim Application constitutes the under listed winning references and copy of your identification(ID) document. Your claim application particulars must be stated correctly in their exact details and submitted in your confirmation email to the Claims Office of Capital Finance Company. Further claim instructions, procedures, disbursement information and payment methods will then be advised by Capital Finance Company. Prize claim applications submitted to Capital Finance with incomplete or incorrect winning references and without copy of your ID mina be processed.
1) Prize Beneficiarys Full Names (First Name, Middle Name, Surname). 2) Batch Reference Numbers. 3)Serial Numbers. 4) Winning Numbers. 5) Award Prize (Amount) Won. 6) Your Winning Email Address. 7) Nationality. 8) Country of Residence, Contact Mobile Telephone, Telephone, Fax Number and Contact Email Address. 9) Courier DeliveryAddress (Physical Address for BankATM Card Delivery. Not Postal Address) 10) What Do You Intend to Use Your Prize Money For? 11) Copy of ID document, Passport ID document or Drivers' license.
Your Claim Acohcation must be submitted as instructed above by email to the Claims Office of Capital Finance, London.
Be informed that your award prize is designated only to the Reference Batch Number-SWIOC/8042/017UK and must be claimed only by the beneficiary or registered owner of the winning email address to which this letter is sent to. Any breach of confidentiality on the part of the winner will result in disqualification or cancellation of your claim. Contact the Claims Office of Capital Finance immediately for confirmation and endeavour to quote your reference batch numbers in all your correspondences.
Congratulations once more on your winning and for being part of the UK National Lottery-F1FA International Promotions Programme.
Yours truly, 4erakine It Peters Online Pevnamme Coordinator ,agaUKN L-FI FA International Promotions Programme FIFA CAMELOT UK NATIONAL LOTTERY
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The lottery scammers trick potential victims into sending them money by claiming the potential victims are winners in the bogus lottery. Once the potential victims send their money, which the lottery scammers will claim is for taxes or other fees, they will disappear, leaving the victims broke, angry and depressed. This is why online users should never send money to anyone to claim a lottery prize. This is because legitimate lottery companies do not request money, taxes, personal or financial information from their winners.
Victims of the lottery scam should report it to the police, although there is little or nothing they can do because the lottery scammers are operating in foreign countries where it is difficult to apprehend them.
Remember, once you are asked to send money, personal or financial information in order to collect a lottery prize, it is the first sign that some lottery scammers are attempting to trick you into sending them your hard-earned money or information.