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Beware of "ITN Partners Coca-Cola" Lottery Scam

2018-03-17T10:19:11 -  +
Beware of "ITN Partners Coca-Cola" Lottery Scam

There is no "ITN Partners Coca-Cola" lottery. Therefore, recipients of fake "ITN Partners Coca-Cola" lottery messages like the sample below being sent by lottery scammers, which claim that they are winners, should delete the messages. They should also not follow the instructions in them. Remember, once you are asked to send money to receive a lottery prize or award, it is a scam, or a fraudulent attempt by cybercriminals to trick their potential victims into sending them money. And, never respond to unexpected or unsolicited email messages with personal information because this is how lottery scammers target their potential victims.

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A Sample of an "ITN Partners Coca-Cola" Lottery Scamming Email

ITN Partners itnclaims@earthlink.netHide

To: itnclaims itnclaims@earthlink.net

ITN Partners

In conjunction with;

Coca-Cola Company

United Kingdom

RE: Online Email Lottery Winning Notification

Dear Winner

We are pleased to announce to you that your email address was among those email addresses selected from the online world wide E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies, as selections were made through electronic balloting System and of which your email address already exists in the data base of the information technology network you subscribed to.

This lotto promo is sponsored by Coca-Cola Company in conjunction with conglomerate of information technology network partners as part of their social responsibility aimed at Creating hope and Opportunity to people around the world.

To redeem your prize of £1,250,000.00 GBP, You are required to provide the information listed below for due process of your prize winning to our Claim Department via this email: claims@itnpartners.org

Full Names:

Home Address:

Telephone Number:

Congratulations!!! Once Again

Best Regards,

Mr.Ivan Fraser

For: Information Department

ITN Partners

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  • Posted: 2018-05-29T20:45:39 by an anonymous user from or near: Colombo, Western Province, Sri Lanka

    As I wasn't aware that this is a scam I emailed my full name, home address and telephone number.. what could be my consequences please? I have not revealed my bank details nor credit card details. What is there purpose of doing such scams?

    Kindly let me know my status..
    Thank you.


    • Posted: 2018-05-30T07:31:20 by info

      The scammers will keep contacting and attempt to trick you into sending them money, or they will attempt to trick you into using your credit card on a fraudulent website where your card information will be stolen and used fraudulently.

      Therefore, be careful going forward.


  • Posted: 2018-03-17T14:29:25 by an anonymous user from or near: Cranleigh, England, United Kingdom

    one would never send money to win a prize, can't believe ppl in this scam.