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Scam - There is NO "Samsung Partners Fund" Lottery

2018-03-15T09:32:32 -  +
Scam - There is NO "Samsung Partners Fund" Lottery

There is no "Samsung Partners Fund" lottery, therefore, recipients of email messages like the one below, which claim that they are winners in the same lottery 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.

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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.

A Sample of a "Samsung Partners Fund" Lottery Scam

From: Samsung Partners Fund <promotion.director@samsungpartnersfund.com>

Date: March 15, 2018 at 7:12:18 AM EDT

Cc: "steve.walter@sc-forex.com" <steve.walter@sc-forex.com>

Subject: Notice

Reply-To: Samsung Partners Fund <promotion.director@samsungpartnersfund.com>

Dear Valued Customer,

Kindly read the attached message and contact our banker immediately for your payment.

Regards,

Dr. Lee Danu-Lim

Director: Media Relations, Promotions, Sponsorships and Events,

Samsung Corporate office

Samsung Electronics Building,

11, Seocho-daero 74-gil,

Seocho District, Seoul,

South Korea

Tel: [02] 3783 6025 [5 hours]

Fax: [02] 3783 6033.

Samsung Partners Fund

Samsung Electronics Building,

11, Seocho-daero 74-gil,

Seocho District, Seoul,

South Korea

Tel: [02] 3783 6025 [5 hours]

Fax: [02] 3783 6033

South Korea

Dear Valued Customer,

This is to inform you that you have been selected to receive the sum of One million British Pounds Sterling [£1,000,000.00] only. This is in line with our recent promotion/exhibition at the Madison Square Garden Manhattan, New York City, USA. An E-mail draw was carried out through random selection in a computerized email selection system (ESS) from a database of over 20,000,000 email addresses in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America. This promotion is sponsored by the Samsung company and licensed by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR). The promotion is the first of its kind and we intend to use it to sensitize the public on the usage of Samsung products.

To find out more about this promotion and to make your claim kindly contact our banker as mentioned below:

Steve Walter

Credit/forex director

Standard Chartered Bank

London, United Kingdom

Phone: +442035144079

Fax: +448442739125

E-mail: steve.walter@sc-forex.com

Cc: stevewalter@financier.com

When you contact the banker please provide your secret pin code 92007823XXX and your reference number SPF-3527283/18. You are also advised to provide the under listed information:-

1. Name in full

2. Address

3. Nationality

4. Age

5. Occupation

6. Phone/Fax

If you do not contact the banker within 30 working days of this notification your winning will be revoked. Winners are advised to keep their winning details/information from the public to avoid fraudulent claim (IMPORTANT) by an informed third-party.

Also, in compliance with the sponsoring body', you are to donate part of your won fund, not lower than 10-percent to charity.

Accept my hearty congratulations!

Best regards,

Lee Danilum

Samsung Electronics Building,

11, Seocho-daero 74-gil,

Seocho District, Seoul,

South Korea

Tel: [02] 3783 6025 [5 hours]

Fax: [02] 3783 6033 S

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  • Posted: Mar 27, 2018 4:50 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan

    I have received the same e-mail without my name.

    Point are 1) letter used by similar big names, 2) Address through London UK. in (to get money), and 3) Request for donation and so on (from fund) which is not normal if it's obatained fund.

    I will not reply to them.

    Thanks.

    Elian ET (YM).

    delete


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