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Scam - "Coca-Cola Annual World Mobile Number Lottery Mega-Jackpot Lotto Promotion"

2018-03-27T03:13:56 -  +
Scam - "Coca-Cola Annual World Mobile Number Lottery Mega-Jackpot Lotto Promotion"

There is no "Coca-Cola Annual World Mobile Number Lottery Mega-Jackpot Lotto Promotion." Therefore, recipients of fake 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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The "Coca-Cola Annual World Mobile Number Lottery Mega-Jackpot Lotto Promotion" Scam

From: coca cola company <cocacolap6@hotmail.com>

Date: Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 12:39 PM

Subject: COCA COLA WINNERS APPLICATION FORM

To: damith rangana <damith22rangana@gmail.com>

COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ENGLAND

Headquarters(Executive Office)

SE110 7NA, London,

United Kingdom (Operational Headquarters).

DEAR LUCKY WINNER,

The Coca Cola MANAGEMENT WORLDWIDE IS PROUD TO CONGRATULATE YOU ON YOUR SUCCESS AS A WINNER OF COCA COLA ANNUAL WORLD MOBILE NUMBER LOTTERY (MEGA-JACKPOT LOTTO PROMOTION) YOUR MOBILE NUMBER WAS ATTACHED TO THIS YEAR (CSWLL) WITH SERIAL

NUMBER 7741137002, DRAW LUCKY NUMBERS [5-13-33-37-42] AND CONSEQUENTLY WON IN THE FIRST LOTTERY

CATEGORY. YOU ARE THEREFORE BEEN APPROVED FOR FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND GREAT BRITISH POUND STERLING. (GB£500,000.00).

ALL MOBILE NUMBERS WERE SELECTED FROM WORLDWIDE COMPUTER BALLOTING SYSTEM THROUGH THE

COCA-COLA COMPANY COMPUTER BALLOT SYSTEM DRAWN FROM 24,000 NUMBERS FROM EACH CONTINENT

(CANADA, ASIA, AUSTRALIA, UNITED STATES, EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA AND OCEANIA, AS PART OF

INTERNATIONAL MOBILE NUMBER PROMOTION PROGRAMMED, WHICH IS CONDUCTED ANNUALLY FOR OUR

PROMINENT MS -WORLD COCA-COLA PRODUCTS USERS ALL OVER THE WORLD TO ENCOURAGE CUSTOMERS WORLDWIDE.

YOU ARE ADVISED TO FILL THE COCA-COLA FUND RELEASE APPLICATION FORM BELOW AND RETURN TO US IMMEDIATELLY TO GET YOUR PRIZE.

I am (Mr./Miss)................................... I write to apply for the release of my fund with regards to the winning notification that was received on my mobile number from the COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY LONDON, I was made to understand that my

winning Cheque has been deposited in a temporary account in UK affiliated Bank and will be delivered to my country through diplomatic delivery means. I hereby request that the above {500,000.00 Great British Pound} mentioned be remitted to me at the earliest.

Below is my Personal Information:

My Full Name:

My Address:

My Winning Mobile Number:

My WhatsApp Mobile Number if Any

My Age:

My Sex:

My Nationality:

My Prize Amount:

My Occupation:

For security reasons, we advise you to keep this information confidential from the public until your claim is processed and your prize released to you. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claims and unwarranted taking advantage of this program by non-participant or unofficial personnel. All information are strictly confidential and will only be used for the purpose to

which it is been requested.

THANK YOU FOR BEING PART OF THIS

PROMOTION MOBILE NUMBER LOTTERY PROGRAMMED, OUR SPECIAL THANKS AND GRATITUDE TO ALL THE

ASSOCIATES FOR ALLEVIATING POVERTY ROUND THE WORLD.

NB:

Any unclaimed prize will be returned to the treasury of Coca Cola Company after seven working days. You are advised to keep your winning details confidential to yourself and not share it with any individual or firm to avoid cancellation of your prize.The Coca Cola Company and its co-sponsors congratulates you.

Best Regards,

Rev. Dr. Ephraim Church

Head of Clearance/payment department

Copyright @2018 COCA COLA INTERNATIONAL MOBILE LOTTERY BOARD.

All Rights Reserved.

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  • Posted: 2018-04-17T19:53:15 by an anonymous user

    hi,
    My grandfather had this message and he sent the application form. what is the purpose of this scam? and after sending application are there any impacts for him?

    delete


    • Posted: 2018-04-17T19:57:06 by info

      The scammers will contact him and attempt to scam or trick him into sending them money. So, tell him not to send money or more information.

      delete


  • Posted: 2018-04-02T04:59:20 by an anonymous user from or near: Brunswick, Victoria, Australia

    Hi,

    My husband received an message on his mobile saying that he had won 2.5000 pounds in the coco cola lottery. He then received an email on his phone with a picture of the check for this amount with a picture of a woman who was the person issuing this check and info.
    Could you please let me know if this is a scam as I personally have been scammed by this few times but he isn't convinced.
    The lottery comes from coco cola in the uk
    Thankyou

    delete


    • Posted: 2018-04-02T05:43:05 by info

      It is a scam, there is no such Coco Cola lottery.

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