"JB Finance Limited" Lottery Scams Being Sent by Scammers

JB Finance Limited Lottery Scams Being Sent by Scammers

The "JB Finance Limited" email below is a scam. The fake email is being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into believing they are winners in a fake English Premiership Mobile promotion or lottery. The scammers will ask their potential victims to send personal information and subsequently ask them to send money in order to receive their so-called lottery or promotion prize.

But, legitimate lottery companies will never ask their winners to send money in order to receive a lottery prize.

Sample of a "JB Finance Limited" Lottery Scam

From: JB Finance Limited <info@jbfinance.co.uk>

Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 10:48:36 AM

Subject: Re: EnglishPremiership Mobile Promo winner

24/7 Email Service


Welcome to JB Finance Limited. We want to make you understand that at JB Finance Limited, we assure you of an effective, safe and secure service. With our instant access online accounts you do not have to give notice to get your money. We also provide 24/7 customer support.

We have been instructed by The English Premiership Mobile Promo a highly reputed client of ours here in Great Britain to pay you your winning sum of £2,000,000.00 (Two Million Great Britain Pounds). Please I am sorry if this does not sound right to you, but before we can proceed with the payment of your cheque of £2,000,000.00 (Two Million Great Britain Pounds), we have to verify that you are the legitimate Winner,? whom is to receive this amount. You are hereby required to send us any valid photo Identification of yours, either your Driver’s License or an International Passport scan copy, so we can verify we are dealing with the right individual, before we proceed with the transfer of your funds to your nominated bank account any where in the world.

Please get back to us swiftly with your valid mode of identification.

Yours Fraternally,

Daniel Andrew

Director of Finance/Company Secretary.

Thank you for Patronage.



This message was sent from the Customer Service Department of JB Finance Limited. It is only designated for intended recipient only. If you have received this email in error you should immediately discard it without transferring or storing any of its content. Anyone caught not abiding with these rules will be made to face the law as all communications are officially meant for JB Finance Ltd customers only.

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  • May 3, 2018 at 6:41 PM by an anonymous user from: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

    I was scammed by English Premiierdhip lottery requesting contact info.I thought my cousin or Aunty in England had bought me a lotto ticket as they are huge soccer fans&my mother has passed 1 year to the day.They have my phone number residential addtess

    So so disappointed in myself.It was when they asked me to send a photo id that alarm bells went off.What an idiot I am

  • May 2, 2018 at 9:22 PM by an anonymous user from: Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia


    I think I was scammed...

    Firstly, I claimed my reference number to this site : hxxp://www.prosday.net/coke/reward/index.html

    and they sent me an email that I have approved as an winner.

    I sent £600 GBP to them to set up an account on on-line as they requied.

    and I have got an on-line account with £600 GBP which I sent to them, I thought It is not a scam.

    and also I have got the amount of money of £2,000,000.00 (Two Million Great Britain Pounds) on the UK on-line account which they made for me.

    however, when I have tried to transfer to my Australia bank account, I have requested COT CODE, so I sent an email to them and they emailed back.

    they said "I wish to formally inform you that due to your account being used for the first time and your account being an offshore bank account with a large Balance. You are required to get the COT code Authorized from Bank of England who will issue the code to you for the completion of every transfer made from your on-line account with us. To get this code, you will need to make the required payment for it. This means, your account cannot be debited as it has not yet been used for international transfer before. So you are required to raise the required amount of £25,350 GBP to acquire the release of the code to complete your on-line transfer with us."

    after I saw this email, I felt like I was scammed even though they said THIS CHARGE WILL BE FULLY REIMBURSED BACK INTO MY ACCOUNT.

    why they need to get £25,350 GBP to get a COT CODE. and is this true?

    I know I feel like I am stupid.

    I just would like to know that this site is some kind of a ghost website or not.


    • May 2, 2018 at 11:56 PM by info

      The website is a scam.

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