The "Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion" Lottery Scam Being Sent by Scammers

The "Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion" email below is a scam. Therefore, online users, if you have received emails like the one below, which claim you have thousands or millions of dollars in the so-called "Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion," please delete them because they are lottery scams being sent by scammers.

The Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion Lottery Scam Being Sent by Scammers

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The "Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion" Lottery Scam

From: AudiAutomobile SuperDraw

Date: September 20, 2018 at 6:44:10 PM EDT

Subject: Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INT'L Promotion

Address: DLF Capitol Point, Baba Khadak Marg, Cowwaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 11355.

Congratulation Audi 2018 INT'L Promotion Lucky Winner: Kendrina spear.

We wish to congratulate you once again on this note for being part of the lucky winner selected in this year Audi Automobiles annual promotion and we hereby use this medium to acknowledge the receipt of your claims requirement regarding the winning notification email you received informing you of the prize you have won. Audi Administrative department and the entire INT'L Audi Motors promotion department whom approved this very 2018 Audi Automobile promotion to be done in India have just approved your payment of the tune of Nine Hundred Thousand US Dollars.

A certified check of the said sum has been written in your name, Your Certificate of winnings and your form b1 (otherwise known as the Clearance Certificate) alongside the documents of your brand New 2018 AUDI Q7 car has been compiled in as a consignment and sent to our official security Courier Company in your favor. To claim this prizes you will have to contact the affiliated security courier company agent whom will be responsible for the delivery of the entire necessary documents that is of high importance to you including your winning check, so we expect you to show a great appreciation to Audi Automobile promotion Inc.

As a great firm been in existence for years have single handedly made this event possible in other to keep promoting the sales and use of Audi cars in every part of the world, in case you still have doubts arising from the area of how you got selected note that the selection process was carried out through an electronic email ballot system our aim was to select winners through the internet which will be much more easy way to select winners all around the universe and due to the fact that you alone have access to your email, have no fear for you have emerged a winner if you are the original proprietor to this email account which you have received the winning notification letter as distributed by our event manager.

In furtherance to begin the claims process you are advised to contact the affiliated security courier company which will be responsible for the shipment of your Check, upon that be also aware that before your winning prize was released to security company a hard cover insurance policy was placed on your winning by Audi Automobile company to avoid any harm or illegal channeling due to this no harm or deduction can be done to your certified prize check.

Once you get your winning check you are expected to deposit it in your personal bank account and we can assure you the entire Nine Hundred Thousand US Dollars you have won will be remitted into your account in not less than three to four banking days. Make sure you contact the courier company and provide them with their delivery request and they will ship you the package, as your claims agent i will also be of great assistance to you in-case of any questions feel free to contact me anytime.

Failure to claim your prizes (CASH) would result to forfeiting and will be used for the next Audi international lottery program. Furthermore, should there be any change in your contact address you quickly notify the affiliated security courier company agent as soon as possible. Although the Audi CEO over here could have be the person to hand over the check and the documents of the car to you but the distance between this country and your own country is too far that is why the CEO decided we use TNT Courier to deliver your high valuable winning prize to you.

Nevertheless this is the courier contact email for your winning prize to be delivered to you. Contact immediately and endeavor to update on your successful process with courier for liaison purposes.

Contact the affiliated security courier company via E-mail: TNTCOURIERLTDINTDEPT@GMAIL.COM

Tel +918147008425



Provide below information’s to them;

Full Name:

Phone Number:

Residential Full Address:

Parcel Reference Number stated above:

Secret Pin Code stated above:

To enable the Dispatch officer verify your claim with the files which has been sent to them.


Contact the affiliated security courier company via E-mail: TNTCOURIERLTDINTDEPT@GMAIL.COM

Dispatch Officer Name. Sam Jay.

Tel +918147008425

This Audi Automobile international promotion which you was opportune to benefited from was fully sponsored and organized in Indian. With the help of Germany Audi Automobile Company, the reasons for organizing the international promotion in this Indian, is to keep promoting the sales and use of Audi cars all over the globe. The second reason is to internationally promote one of the Audi Automobile Company which was newly completed over here.

Keep us posted on any development with the affiliated courier company, in relation to your lottery winnings. Do not forget to quickly notify this Audi Automobile Company when you finally receive your winning prize from the affiliated security courier company.


Mr. Heinrich Hermann

INT’L Audi Automobiles Promotion Manager.

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October 8, 2019 at 9:09 AM by
The "Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion" Lottery Scam Being Sent by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

I recieved the same scam out of nowhere. So I immediately googled about the audiautomobileintl promo. I am really fortunate to find out about it early.


February 16, 2019 at 4:54 AM by
The "Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion" Lottery Scam Being Sent by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Cleveland, Tennessee, United States

I was sent a AudI Automobile 2019 INT'L MEGA PROMOTION in care of TNT SECURITY COURIER ( SAM JAY )


October 5, 2018 at 9:23 AM by
The "Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion" Lottery Scam Being Sent by Scammers

Here is another scam:

"From: TNTCourier LTDINTDEPT <>

Date: Oct 5, 2018 at 6:46 AM

Subject: Welcome To TNT Express Courier Re: AudiAutomobiles intMegaOffer winnings

Dear Respected Customer:

Welcome To TNT Express Courier. It will be a great joy of mine and that of my colleagues working under TNT Courier Express, to work with you in good co-operation and understanding."


October 5, 2018 at 9:20 AM by
The "Audi Automobile 2018 Mega INTL Promotion" Lottery Scam Being Sent by Scammers

Here is another scam:

"Date: Oct 5, 2018 at 12:49 AM

To: Audiautomobileintmegaoffer <>

Subject: IntMegaOffer possible Winner

Hello I recieved an email about winning some prize. Of $900,000.00 and a new Q7."


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