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Toyota Motors Worldwide Computer Ballot and Random Lottery Scam

There is no "Toyota Motors Worldwide Computer Ballot and Random Lottery," therefore, recipients of the fake same email below are asked not to follow the instructions in it. They are asked instead to delete it. This is because the fake email is being sent by lottery scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for some so-called prize for a lottery that doesn't exist.

Toyota Motors Worldwide Computer Ballot and Random Lottery Scam
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A "Toyota Motors Worldwide Computer Ballot" Lottery Scam

Urgent and important information.

Mon 11/18/2019 1:21 PM

From: "erik"

(TOYOTA MOTORS WORLDWIDE )

Dear Winner,

WINNING NUMBER: WLD/TYT/0055-123-58

We are glad to inform you that your E-mail Address has won you the cash prize of USD$1,000,000,00 (One Million USD). This was a computer ballot (NO TICKETS WERE SOLD) and email draw was conducted by TOYOTA MOTORS WORLDWIDE from a random list of email address of Individuals and corporate organizations picked and automated at a random computer selection from Top Level Domains (TLD) Database which your email address attached the Winning Number: WLD/TYT/0055-123-58 with Batch Number: 079/20/TT46 which won you the lottery in the 3rd category.

To file for your claim please contact us your claim agent with the following information. Full names and address, Your Age, Occupation,Your mobile telephone number.

Claims Agent.Mr Justin Lewis

JUSTININTERMEDIATES .

59.Daganzo de Arriba - Madrid, Spain.

(jjustin09lewis@gmail.com)

Thanks

Mrs grace Eric

Vice President.

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Toyota Motors Worldwide Computer Ballot and Random Lottery Scam