The "HSBC" Lottery Scam Created by Online Scammers

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The HSBC Lottery Scam Created by Online Scammers

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I have been receiving the email below claiming I have won a certain amount of monies in the Canadian Lotto 649, which will be loaded to a HSBC Bank visa card. I even received two certificates. Please beware of crooks who try to con people out of there hard earned money.

HSBC Bank has issued an advisory cautioning customers and banks about fraudulent offers, lottery winnings, and cheap fund offers. Members of public have also been cautioned against making any remittance towards participation in such schemes/offers from unknown entities

A Sample of the "HSBC" Lottery Scam

From: CLAIM AGENT claimagentgm@gmail.com

Sent: Monday, 27 August 2018 20:33

Subject: Re: Affidavit of non residential claiming and Insurance Certificate CANADA US

Attachment: HSBC LODED VISA CARD.pdf 224 KB

Dear

Below are the message from our paying bank Broker in U.S read and comply to enable them post your the Certified Bank Loaded ATM DEBIT VISA CARD to your address.

Regards

Your Processing Director Mrs Monica Johnson PROCESSING DIRECTOR IN SOUTH AFRICA Our New office Address: 33 North Rand Road, Bardene, Boksburg,,South Africa

Tel: + 27110565995

Tel/Fax + 27 638 921 347

101 James Watt Cres, Mafikeng, 2745,City of North West ,South Africa

CCTo:Mrs Monica Johnson Lotto Assigned Claim Agent.

Attention:,

This is to inform you that i got a notification from the paying bank HSBC that your Certified Bank Loaded ATM DEBIT VISA CARD of $920,000.00 ( Nine Hundred and Twenty Thousand United States Dollars)= 12,160,375..00 ZAR has been issued and approved in your name.it's not our duty or responsibility to post the ATM CARD out of the country with our cost.

they parcel Card have to register under DHL for safety reasons.

Therefore , the cost of Posting /Delivery and Bank Handling fees of the Certified Bank Loaded ATM DEBIT VISA CARD of $920,000.00 ( Nine Hundred and Twenty Thousand United States Dollars)= 12,160,375..00 ZAR to your Delivery Address in South Africa with the DHL COURIER SERVICE COMPANY shall cost you total amount of $144.000 (One and Twenty Four United States Dollars)= R1,842.00 (One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty Two Rand ) for delivering within Two days from USA.

We advice you to send the cost of Posting /Delivery and Bank Handling fees of ATM parcel delivery immediately through western union money transfer with or cashiers information below OR Lotto broker there in South Africa.

The TWO mode of payment ,

1 Pay directly to our broker in U.S via Western Union.

2. Pay DIRECTLY to our Advocate broker bank account there in South Africa so that we can deduct from the account we have with the Advocate here in U.S .A.

RECEIVERS NAME.WILLIS JONES ,

ADDRESS:3rd FLOOR HOUSTON TEXAS USA

TEST QUESTION:FAVORITE COLOUR

ANSWER:BLUE.

Do send to us the payment slip copy to our assigned agent as soon as you send the money for our record or you can ask for local bank account for the payment details to enable us go and register your parcel through DHL SPEED POST for delivery to your address and send you the DHL tracking numbers to track your parcel until it get to your address.

Yours Sincerely.

Mrs Jamie Freelance

ATM CARD HEAD OF OPERATIONS

U.S Broker HSBC LOTTERY PAYMENT DEPARTMENT.

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  • February 8, 2020 at 9:31 AM by info

    "THE WORLDS LOCAL BANK

    International Banking

    FOREIGN EXCHANGE UNIT

    RE: MANDATORY RELEASE ORDER OF YOUR OVERDUE FUND

    Dear Valued Beneficiary:

    We are pleased to inform you that we have finally concluded arrangement towards your refund/lottery pay out which has been delayed for a Long Period of time because of your Cooperation and Dealings with Wrong Officials and importers of banks as your fund returned back to us on the 1st of Feb 2019 when we confirmed the rate of delays and questionable activities that has been related by the previous administrative banks alongside with others that collaborated in delaying the release of your fund after all charges and payments demanded were paid.

    Recently, the Ministry of Finance of United Kingdom, Bank of England, HSBC Bank Plc UK and United Kingdom Inland Revenue Services held a meeting on how this fund will be released to the beneficiaries to their designated bank accounts in their country without further delay since we are in the second half of the economic year 2019 and it is now overdue to be released as the said funds belongs to them.

    We apologize for the delay of the payment and all the inconveniences that this might have caused you during this period of time. However we have instructed all the banks in the globe which we previously asked to help us pay out this fund to the general public to STOP the process of the release of the fund due to their incompetence and negligence of duty towards the release of this fund. After our findings, some were arrested and charged for theft according to Section 1 of the Theft Act 1978, as amended by the Theft (Amendment) Act 1996 law of United Kingdom.

    The Bank of England Governor (Mark Carney) has given serious warning and Instructions and ordered the Inland Revenue Services Department of England to quickly release all on hold funds which is in their escrow account to the sole beneficiaries which you are among those who will receive their Inheritance funds.

    Please contact ONLY the Executive member of the Monetary Policy Committee of South African Reserve Bank (Dr Rashad Cassim) on his email: sarb.bnk76@meta.ua to advice you on how to procure the certificate of claim as the law of South Africa demands that without it there will not be any payment whether pending loan amount, lottery fund, inheritance funds or whatsoever fund locally or internationally perhaps you have not yet received it.

    Provide below details to Dr Rashad Cassim for his clarification:

    Full Name. Tel.

    Address. Amount.

    City. Country.

    Copies of documents pertaining the fund.

    Best Regards,

    Mr.James Emmett.

    Chief Executive Officer, HSBC Bank plc.

    United Kingdom"

    Here is another scam.

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The "HSBC" Lottery Scam Created by Online Scammers