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Lottery Scam - "MasterCard UK and Microsoft Mega Jackpot"

2018-01-28T19:58:56 -  +
Lottery Scam - "MasterCard UK and Microsoft Mega Jackpot"

There is no "MasterCard UK and Microsoft Mega Jackpot." Therefore, MasterCard users who have received the lottery scamming email message below, which claims they have won or been awarded thousands of dollars in the MasterCard UK and Microsoft Mega Jackpot, should delete the message. The fake message is being sent by lottery scammers to trick MasterCard users into sending them their personal information. Once the scammers have their potential victims’ personal information, they will ask them to send advance fees in order to claim their so-called lottery prizes. Once the scammers received their victims’ money, they will disappear or attempt to get more money from their victims.

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It is important to remember that legitimate companies will never ask their lottery winners to send their personal information via an email message or send money in order to receive their prizes. Therefore, if online or internet users are asked to do the same, that should be the first indicator that someone is attempting to scam them.

The "MasterCard UK and Microsoft Mega Jackpot" Lottery Scam Email

10 Upper Bank Street Canary Wharf.

London E14 5NP, England, United Kingdom

Attn: Valued Online Prize Winner,

Award Numbers: GB/MS/963/2017/18

Email Bonus Numbers: MSLP-54399

Batch Numbers: GB/MS/776/354

Reference Numbers: MGB/96/097/08

Serial Numbers: MSGB/2017/18/M986

: £ 1,000,000.00 GBP (One Million Great Britain Pounds Sterling)

Your email address has brought you an unexpected luck, your e-mail address was selected and confirmed by MasterCard and our Co-sponsor Microsoft International, through their latest internet software for your usage of Microsoft and MasterCard products. You are therefore been approved by MasterCard GB International/Microsoft UK the sum of £ 1,000,000.00 GBP (One Million Great

Britain Pounds Sterling).

Name: Phil Barkley

Email: finance@mcgroupsgb.com

Email: mcard.msoftgb@outlook.com

Phone #: +44 793 704 9829

Fax #: +44 843 524 1558

Do email the above MasterCard Claims Administrator, at once with all the claims requirements below. To avoid unnecessary delay, they are needed to proceed.

(1). Full Name

(2). Address

(3). Nationality/Gender

(4). Date of Birth

(5). Occupation

(6). Phone

(7). Country

(8). How do you feel as a MasterCard Winner

(9). Ever Won an Online Award or Bonus

(10). Winning Email Address

. 1. To fill the Microsoft Verification Requirements, if you are not use to Microsoft/Pdf files, you can print it out and fill it or simply copy the entire Award

Notification Attachment to your new message in your email box or notepad for easy access.

2. Contact the Finance Director with all your Microsoft Verification

Requirements well filled.


Mrs. Brenda .T. Davidson (Secretary)

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  • Posted: Jun 12, 2018 5:28 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Tel Aviv, Israel

    If their fraud activities are well known how come the British authorities do not stop them?


    • Posted: Jun 12, 2018 5:39 AM by info

      It is not that easy to stop cyber criminals who can be anywhere in the world.

      It takes time.


  • Posted: Apr 24, 2018 9:54 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From: MASTERCARD UK [mailto:ivana.msoftgbgroups@outlook.com] On Behalf Of MASTERCARD UK
    Sent: Monday, April 23, 2018 5:58 PM
    Subject: Attention: Gytis Dominas

    Attention: Online Prize Winner,
    Thanks for your email, your MasterCard Verification Details/Credentials has passed and matched our MasterCard UK/Microsoft Winning Screening Verification Test.

    Kindly view the enclosed attachments for next directives on your MasterCard prize claims process of £ 1,000,000.00 GBP (One Million Great Britain Pounds Sterling).

    Congratulations once more from members and staffs of the MasterCard® / Microsoft INTERNATIONAL MEGA ONLINE JACKPOT.

    Phil Barkley
    (Online Award FINANCE Manager)
    Email: phil@mcardgroupsgb.com
    Phone #: 44 793 704 9829
    Fax #: 44 843 524 1558


  • Posted: Apr 4, 2018 3:08 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

    good information. by the way, the scammers are still operating.


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