"Monday Lottery International Promotion" Scams

Monday Lottery International Promotion Scams

The "Monday Lottery International Promotion" email message below, which claims the recipients are winners and ask them to send money or personal information in order to receive your so-called prize, is a lottery scam. Therefore, recipients are asked not to follow the instructions in the same message that is being sent by lottery scammers.

There is NO such "Monday Lottery International Promotion" and online users should not send the lottery scammers their personal information or hard-earned money. Remember, legitimate lottery companies will not request personal and financial information in order to collect lottery prizes, and will never ask their winners to send them money.

The "Monday Lottery International Promotion" Lottery Scam

From: FRANK BRADLEY <frankaboffice@gmail.com>

Date: Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Subject: Re: How to claim prize

Dear Winner,

The Management and staff of The Monday Lottery board wishes to use this medium to congratulate you as one of our lucky winner on the just concluded Monday lottery International promotion in which your email address was selected as a winner from the wide range of email directories across Africa, Europe, Asia, Middle East and North America continent. To claim your prize you are to provide your information below to process the remittance of your won prize. All the information requested is needed to process the prize.

Full Name:

Contact Address:

Confirm Winning Cell Phone number:

Private Contact Cell phone number:



NOTE: Attached is a document with details about Monday Lottery.

Frank .A. Bradley

Fiduciary Agent

Remittance officer

Monday Lottery

Phone: 120-781-4120

Fax: 120-781-4120

SECURITY NOTICE: Monday Lottery will never ask you to send non-public private information through telephone call or sms, such as your PIN & REF number. Please do not respond to any call requesting this type of information.

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This information is intended only for use by the individual or entity to which it is addressed and may contain information that is privileged, confidential and exempt from disclosure under applicable law. Any unauthorized review, use, distribution, or copying is prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please inform the sender immediately by replying to this message and destroying all copies of the original message.

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  • August 8, 2018 at 7:56 PM by info

    Received via email:

    "Dear Sirs,

    I inform you that I received a notification with the signature of Frank A. Bradley, Fiduciary Agent, Remittance officer, and Monday Lottery regarding the prize money.

    I suspect that the notification is a scam and the individual along with Mr. Vaughan Richmond (Personal Banker Butterfield Bank UK), are seeking to swindle $ 1,000.00 USD from me as an initial deposit into an account opened at my Butterfield Bank account in order to deposit the prize.

    I am in correspondence with Frank A. Bradley and Mr. Vaughan Richmond, leading the game to get information from them that I am ready to pass on to law enforcement agencies.

    I have correspondence, e-mail adresses and I was able to obtain a current mobile number from which I received an SMS from Frank A. Bradley."

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"Monday Lottery International Promotion" Scams