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Beware of "Texaco Global Company Award Promotion" Lottery Scams

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Beware of "Texaco Global Company Award Promotion" Lottery Scams

Online users, beware of Texaco Global Company Award Promotion and lottery scams like the one below, which are being advertised on social media and the rest of the internet by lottery scammers. The promotion and lottery scams claim that the recipients have won or have been awarded thousands of U.S dollars, and are asked to send their names, addresses, mobile numbers, nationalities or other personal information in order to claim or receive their so-called prizes. But, the information requested is what scammers need in order to trick their potential victims into sending money in order to claim so-called lottery prizes.

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Therefore, recipients of Texaco Global Company Award Promotion or lottery email messages claiming that they should send their personal information or money, should delete the messages and not follow the instructions in them.

The "Texaco Global Company Award Promotion" Lottery Scam


TEXACO PLAZA, P. O. BOX 2869, – Regl….

Dorchester, Dorset, DT1

1PW, UK. No.3812888 VAT No GB 744 6884 10

Texaco Global Lottery Award Foundation



Good to hear from you regarding the Texaco Global Lottery Award Foundation. My names are Mr.William Denis I am the T.G.L.A.F Cash officer assigned to winners on the Mobile sweepstake.

You have won 500,000 GBP on our latest Texaco Foundation Draw, you may also receive similar e-mails from people portraying to be other Organizations or Texaco Online Lotto. This is solely to collect your personal information from you and lay claim over your notification letter that was sent to you, Kindly forward a copy to our office and delete it from your mailbox and give no further correspondence to them. Texaco Foundation Development Company will not be held responsible for any loss of fund arising from the above mentioned. See the entire message that you receive from our office their all with the warning message by the side.

In line with the commemorating event marking our 132nd anniversary, we rolled out over £26,000.000.00 (Twenty-six Million Great Britain Pounds) for our 142nd Anniversary Draws. All participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 28,000 company mobile numbers, and 36,000,000 individual mobile numbers from the 45 mobile networks from New Zealand, North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa as part of International Promotions Program, which is conducted annually in Britain, London.

This Foundation Draw is approved by the British Gaming Board and also licensed by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR). This Foundation Draw is the 1st of its kind and we intend to sensitize the public. To begin the verification process of your prize, you are required to fill in the below form, to enable us to process your payment.

The above lottery scam references the British Gaming Board. The actual name of the department is the Gambling Commission which serves the UK and issues licences to gambling operators and regulates the industry. Licensed and approved UK gambling operators include William Hill, Ladbrokes, and bet365.

Remember, legitimate companies will never ask their winners to send money in order to claim their prizes, and will never request personal and financial information via email messages. Lottery scamming is a big business, and scammers are working hard to make their scams appear real or legitimate. Therefore, recipients of email or other messages should not quickly send requested information or follow instructions in the messages before doing their research.

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  • Posted: Jan 26 at 9:37 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Great Bend, Kansas, United States

    I was contacted January 2018 by a Mr. Morris claiming that he is with Texaco global and that I have one 500K! I mediately thought OK this is a scam, he reassured me that it was not and that he also told me my friend from where I grew up in Larnerd Kansas also had won 500K!

    So I instantly started messaging my friend and she was coming back saying yeah I already have my money this and that this and that and she was also telling me that yeah do it do it do it it鈥檚 not a scam but the entire time I was texting my friend I started realizing that the texting style and the vocabulary did not sound like my friend. So I started thinking maybe somebody had hacked my friends Facebook turns out I was right my friends Facebook had been hacked and somebody from Texaco global was talking to me through my friends Facebook trying to act like my friend!!

    The worst part about this is Mr. Morris has already convinced me to buy to iTunes cards thankfully it was only a $25 and a $15 but rest of sure I鈥檓 not buying any more but unfortunately now I have to go in and change everything about my Facebook!! And now I really need to subscribe to that LifeLock because now he also has my address he has my age and I think that鈥檚 all I gave him but I would have to go back and review my messages with him but thankfully those to iTunes cards are all I sent him!

    This Mr. Morris guy will tell you he is a hard-core Christian and that he could never scam people out of money he sounds so legitimate I fell for his tracks and I honestly cannot believe that happened I knew that ringing in my ear was coming from somewhere and now I know that the ringing in my ear was Jesus telling me don鈥檛 do this!!


  • Posted: Jan 19, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Centralia, Illinois, United States

    I got one also telling me I have won money, but again he tells me to pay 500$ before they deliver the package


    • Posted: Jan 23, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Tacoma, Washington, United States

      Coatis Frank's has been messaging me for this claim and has said to me he received his and he seen my name when he had sign for his money馃馃馃馃馃ぅ馃ぅ馃ぅ


  • Posted: Nov 30, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Tyler, Texas, United States

    A new Facebook friend, who only knows one of my friends, asked if I'd heard the good news. She said we were two of ten winners of $500,000 from Texaco Global Company Promo Best List, and referred me to that promoter's Facebook site. Aside from asking for my address, they even asked for my Facebook password, which I later changed.The other eight names were provided, and at least they existed on Facebook.

    "We embarked on a worldwide promotion for Disabled, Unemployed, Worker's, Retired, Young & Old people, A sophisticated automated database to randomly select E-mail accounts that frequently surf the Internet You won the sum of $500.000.00"
    Note the suspicious apostrophe splice in "Worker's;" it should be "Workers."


    • Posted: Dec 3, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Gainesville, Florida, United States

      My husband just got scammed by the same person. He sent that person money and I'm not sure how to get it back.


  • Posted: Nov 26, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Fort Myers, Florida, United States

    Just got the scammer tonight thru a friend of mine, who said she won. And wanted me to friend the scammer on line, but I think they are using her account and it really wasn鈥檛 her I was talking to. Found out that there are three accounts in her name and it wasn鈥檛 her I was talking to. They have a site on Facebook.


  • Posted: Nov 25, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

    I just sent my profile info what can they do with that.


    • Posted: Nov 25, 2017 by info

      They will contact you and attempt to scam you, so be careful going forward.


  • Posted: Nov 18, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Houston, Texas, United States

    This woman Linda Owens is also saying she won but been sending me messages on messenger.facebook.com/agentdavid williams.


  • Posted: Nov 6, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Lansing, Iowa, United States

    I responded to a friend request from Tracey Darrell Adkins aka Trace Adkins, country music singer and he keeps making small talk over messenger and mention in one message about Texas Global promotions....I unfriended him and blocked him and he can still message me...getting annoyed..


  • Posted: Oct 22, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Waycross, Georgia, United States

    Hi, I was contacted by someone that's been trying for 2 months to get 500 dollars and I'd win 5000...so I googled u and found a message saying I now win 500000..how legit is this message?


    • Posted: Oct 22, 2017 by info

      It is not legit, it is a lottery scam.


  • Posted: Aug 22, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Port Huron, Michigan, United States

    These people hacked my friend's account and sent me messages through Facebook messenger. I haven't been able to get a hold of him yet to let him know. These people are a disgrace to the human race. Hope no one falls for this garbage.


    • Posted: Aug 28, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Gloucester, England, United Kingdom


      I just got scammed by these people on facebook, blocked & reported, must think I'm stupid.


  • Posted: Aug 9, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Kansas City, Missouri, United States

    I just recieved an email from a classmate who claimed she recieved 80,000 which her Bank verified as real. The company Texaco Mobile. I thought I'd check it out first.


  • Posted: Jul 25, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Elk Mound, Wisconsin, United States

    Last night I received a message that a friend of mine had received $100,000.00 from the Texico Global Award Promo. By accident, she saw my name and facebook picture on a list and I also was a winner. I thought the messages had come from her, but this morning all our conversation was deleted. In their conversation, there were misspelled words and poor grammar used. At first, because of the messages, I got from my friend I thought it must be legit. After thinking it over, I decided to keep my $1.500 and they could keep their $100.000. Please tell me this is a hoax. They repeated several times I should tell no one. They gave me the name of the person to whom I should send my money through a MoneyGram.


  • Posted: Jun 20, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Live Oak, Florida, United States


    He is promoting.


  • Posted: Jun 20, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Live Oak, Florida, United States

    Ron Nutz on facebook promoting it


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