"United Kingdom ATM Lottery" Scam

United Kingdom ATM Lottery Scam

There is no "United Kingdom ATM Lottery", therefore, recipients of email messages like the one below, which claim that they are winners in such a lottery or promotion should not follow the instructions in them. They should instead, delete the fake email messages. The fake email messages are being sent by lottery scammers to trick their potential victims into sending them their personal information and money, by claiming that they need to do so in order to receive their so-called lottery prizes from the "United Kingdom ATM Lottery".

Persons who have already sent their personal information or who have already responded to the fake email message (see below), are asked to be careful next time or contact the police, because the information that they have sent will be used by lottery scammers in an attempt to trick them into sending money or more information, may even be used to steal their identities.

The "United Kingdom ATM Lottery" Scam

Subject: UK Lottery winning Notification

Reply to: cynroyce00@gmail.com

From the Desk of Mrs Cynthia Royce

Promo Coordinator,

United Kingdom Lottery Commision

London, UK.

Dear email user,

Your email address won you a prize money of GBP£2,600,000,00 in the UNITED KINGDOM ATM LOTTERY in collaboration with the African Union T(AU) Held on 2nd of January 2018 in London, United Kingdom. Your winning Reference number is uk/utbtg876015 with batch number 2150017,

For claims, Email us your Name,Address,Occupation,and Phone number with your winning reference number to: cynroyce000@gmail.com

Note: All winnings MUST be claimed within Seven working days otherwise all winnings will be returned as unclaimed funds.

Mrs Cynthia Royce

Promo Coordinator

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