The "EU Grant Fund" Lottery Scam Being Sent by Scammers

The "EU Grant Fund" Lottery Scam Being Sent by Scammers

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The "EU Grant Fund" email below is a lottery scam, therefore, recipients are asked not to follow the instructions in it. The fake email is being sent by lottery scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for some so-called grant from the EU.

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The "EU Grant Fund" Lottery Scam

From: EU GRANT <test@virtual-accountant.co.uk>

Sent: Tuesday, October 9, 2018 11:18 AM

Subject: EU GRANT WINNER !!! 8

Euro Million Lottery

UK Europe House 32

Smith Square London SW1P 3EU

Acting Head of Representation: Daniel Sharon



Phone: +44 1618507478

Fax: +44 1618507478

Date : 10/9/2018


Dear Winner

If you have received this email from us the EU Grant Fund office today 10/9/2018. that means you have been picked luckily by email for EU GRANT fund award €14,000.000.00 MILLION EURO.

The EU organization give out grant to 500 people each year to help their community development through business establishment and community services.

Please reply to us through our information center email :( eunion2018@gmail.com ) Please quote your payment order

details with the following:

1 Full names :

2 home/office address :

3 Mobile/ home telephone :

4 scan copy of ID E.G Passport or drivers license for bank payment verification to make our corresponding bank pay the rightful email owner :

payment order Number are :

(i)Winning numbers: 07-14-23-31-35-42-2018

(ii)Email ticket number:564-75600545-189-2018

(iii)Lotto Batch No.EUL/25/0308.2018

(IV)File REF NO: EUL/9023118308/2018

As soon as we receive this detail we will provide to you the payment approval document to contact our bank for payment.EU

Grant Website : https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/funding-grants_en

Yours Faithfully

Mr Daniel Sharon


European Commission

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