The "United Nations International Lottery" is a Scam
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And, do not be fooled by fake "United Nations International Lottery" winning certificates and remember, once you are asked to send personal information or money in order to claim a lottery prize, it is a scam.
The "United Nations International Lottery" Scam
CONGRATULATIONS! This is to inform you that you have been verified a winner of the UNITED NATIONS LOTTERY International program. I am happy to inform you that i have forwarded your Original Certificate and your Certified bank cheque to the courier company. Find below the details of the courier company. You have to send them your full name and your phone number and nationality with address.
ARIES Express Courier Services
40 Rouen Road,
Norwich, NR1 1RB,
Mr. James Durward (dispatch officer)
Aries Courier Services.
TEL:(+44) 753 718 2933
You are advised to send the courier company a mail to their email address for their courier cost of delivering your winning prize to the payment center. When contacting them,you are to include this order number as your subject.Please you are advised to write down the order number and save it.
ATTACHED IS YOUR WINNING CERTIFICATE.
UN ORDER NUMBER: UK661722/2017
Note: you are to Quote your complete names,Ref/Batch Numbers and your direct phone number so that they can honor your letter also do keep me updated with your communications with the courier company and also forward your winning certificate to the courier company.
Once again i say congratulations and always inform me with your dealings with the courier company.
Mrs Felicia Philip
UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY
COPYRIGHT © 2017 ALL RIGHT
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