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The "Microsoft Promotion Office" Lottery Scam

There is no "Microsoft Promotion Office" lottery, therefore, recipients of email or text messages claiming they winners in such lottery should not follow the instructions in the same messages. This is because the messages are being sent by lottery scammers or thieves who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money. If the money is sent, the scammers will take it and disappear, leaving the victims without the prize or money they were promised.

The Microsoft Promotion Office Lottery Scam
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The "Microsoft Promotion Office" Lottery Scam

Fri, Oct 19, 10:56 AM (4 days ago)

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Microsoft Promotion Office

Microsoft Promotion Office Inc.

Award Collection Department.

Batch No:39218.

Winning No:MC342YH.

email:officemicrosoftpromotion@gmail.com

From the Desk of the Promotion Agent.

Dear lucky winner,

Thanks for your mail, please you have to understand that this promotional prize is 100% real and genuine to improve your financial status and to help in developing your community and also to help the poor people around you.

Assure you with my life that as soon as you send the money the DHL delivery company can come to your country address to deliver your ATM visa card of $4,500,000.00 USD to you within the next 48 hours without delay.

To proof to you the genuine and authenticity of this promotion, you can find the copy of the winning certificate on the attachment below.

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  • October 18, 2019 at 4:01 AM by an anonymous user from: Chittagong, Bangladesh

    I want know is it real or fake?

    "Dear Lucky Winner,

    Welcome to the Microsoft promotion office, we received your mail and we replying back this mail now as a mail of confirmation that your account profile has been selected the lucky winner of the total sum of $4.5 Million US dollars as the best profile of the year by our computer ballot system.

    This is 100% real and genuine prize by the Microsoft to improve your financial status and also help in developing your community, this promotion is been financed by the UBA bank to help improve your financial statues and also for you to help in developing your community.

    Please, note that you can only receive your winning fund of $4,500,000.00 USD through an International ATM visa card that can enable you to withdraw your winning fund from any bank ATM machine around your country and all over the world.

    Please, you are advised to get back to us with the required information below for the processing of your ATM visa card of $4,500,000.00 USD and also to enable the delivery company to deliver your ATM visa card to you without any mistake."

    • October 18, 2019 at 8:52 AM by info

      It is a fake and scam.

  • December 9, 2018 at 8:17 PM by an anonymous user from: Hanoi, Vietnam

    I have a message on Myzamana:

    "From the Desk of the Promotion Agent.

    Dear Lucky Winner,

    Welcome to the Microsoft promotion office, we received your mail and we replying back this mail now as a mail of confirmation that your account profile has been selected the lucky winner of the total sum of $4.5 Million US dollars as the best profile of the year by our computer ballot system.

    This is 100% real and genuine prize by the Microsoft to improve your financial status and also help in developing your community, this promotion is been financed by the UBA bank.

    Please, we have only one option in which your winning fund can be delivered to you without any delay. (ATM card).

    Please, for the release and processing of your winning fund on your choice of payment, please get back to us now with the following below to enable you receive your winning fund without any delay.

    Full name:

    Contact address:

    State:

    Country of Residence:

    Nationality:

    Occupation:

    Gender/ S*x:

    Date of Birth:

    Next of kin:

    Phone No:

    Email Address:

    Option of Payment: ATM card

    Please, you are advised to get back to this office with the required information so that I can forward it to the paying bank for the processing of your winning fund to enable you withdraw your $4.5 million US dollars in any bank around your country and all over the world.

    ATTENTION: Please, every information concerning your winning prize be kept confidential until you receive your winning fund, mainly to avoid someone from using your name to double claim your winning fund which may mead to the confiscation of your winning prize.

    This honorable office is waiting to hear from you now to enable you receive your winning fund without any delay.

    One behalf of the entire management and staff of the Microsoft promotion office we are saying congratulations to you.

    Yours Faithfully,

    Mr. Augustus Carlos

    Microsoft Promotion Agent."

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The "Microsoft Promotion Office" Lottery Scam