"David and Donna Stickley" Donation Scam Created by Scammers

Online users, be aware of the "David & Donna Stickley" donation scam below. The scam is being sent by scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money. Donna Stickley, 48, and her husband David, 58, who won £21 million in The National Lottery, would never send emails to random individuals around the world requesting personal information or ask them to send money in order to receive a donation from him.

David and Donna Stickley Donation Scam Created by Scammers

Remember, never send money or personal information if you are asked to do so in order to receive a donation or lottery prize. This is how scammers steal their potential victims' information, and how they steal their victims' money.

The "David & Donna Stickley" Donation Scam

From: "David & Donna Stickley" <jabarca@mendoza.gov.ar>

Date: February 5, 2019 at 5:37:35 PM MST

Subject: I have donation for you

Reply-To: david.d99@gmail.hu

I and my wife have a donation of £950,000.00 GBP for you, reply back for more details

Personal E-mail: david.ddst@philanthopist.com

David & Donna Stickley

Recipients of the same email are asked to delete it and should not follow the instructions in it.

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  • January 16, 2020 at 3:46 AM by an anonymous user from: Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands

    I have some e-mail addresses that say they use money to dribble. I also have a phone number that I can pass on because all they do is they try to steal a lot of money through so-called codes on your bin account and then almost 1000 euros for a letter from the lawyer here at the number and mail addresses barrister.sarahwood-esq@legislator.com this is the lawyer who asks 960 euros for a note bank-boa-customer-care.10@accountant.com this is from the bank of Australia supposedly now the email address of david and donna david.donna.stickley@outlook.com I will also add the telephone numbers 44 7455 941292 which is from david and donna now still from the bank 61 488 873 189 so people beware will cost you a lot of money

  • January 3, 2020 at 5:52 PM by an anonymous user from: Budapest, Hungary

    I got this as a Text message on my phone, and it asks me to send my mobile number to the email they listed.

    Im wondering what could scammers do with my mobile number? Dont they already have it? They sent the text message somehow, so they already know my number.

    Are there anyone who followed the steps? What happens if I provide them my phone number?

    • January 3, 2020 at 5:55 PM by info

      If you give them your mobile number, they will send you scam text messages or contact and attempt to scam you.

  • November 20, 2019 at 4:19 PM by info

    "David and Donna Stickley <david.donna.stickley@outlook.com>

    Fri 11/15/2019 4:22 PM

    You 

    This is a lifetime opportunity and is 100% legitimate. I'm David Stickley, since we just started our Charity Donation and you were chosen as one of the five lucky winners who won a cash donation of £ 950,000.00 to improve the standard of living of the least privilege. I stop understanding how surprised you are. You are feeling right now, you have to be very happy for the biggest prize you have won. I want you to understand that your email was sent to My Wife and me by the Google management team as the chosen beneficiary.

    This victory was a gift from God for me and for my whole family, I think good things happen to those who wait for the Lord. At first, when I received a call I won, I didn't believe it, thinking it was just a joke until the Check of £ 21,044,592 was delivered (Twenty-one million forty-four thousand five hundred ninety-two pounds). I willingly won. We have addressed the needs of our immediate family and friends, hospitals and charities in Asia, Europe, Canada and Norway that fight against cancer, Ebola, Alzheimer's and diabetes. The Bible teaches about what is given as part of godliness and also with the prophecy we receive from Almighty God.

    Also, if my offer is not attractive to you, delete this message and forget that I ever contacted you. Do not destroy my love for charity. I hope you can definitely use this fund intelligently and judiciously in projects that will last a long time for the benefit of the less privileged. To facilitate the process of disbursement of funds and all legal documents that will be signed and entitled, the following details will be needed;

    1. FULL NAME:





    Write us about your point of view and plans to spend these funds that have been given to you only. Can the Lord bless you while we proceed with the process of disbursement of funds?

    Congratulations and happy celebrations in advance.


    David and Donna Stickley."

    Here is another scam.

  • October 31, 2019 at 9:41 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From: Donna & David Stickley <produzione@umbraflor.it>

    Sent: Thursday, 31 October 2019, 07:33

    To: Recipients

    Subject: Donation Proposal.

    My wife and I have decided to make a donation to you and your family as part of our decision. For more information and final processing, send Email immediately to: donation@stickleydonation.ga"

  • July 7, 2019 at 6:25 PM by info

    "From: "David & Donna Stickley"<rose.dayanne@posgrad.ufsc.br>

    Date: July 7, 2019 at 1:54:01 PM MST

    To: Recipients <rose.dayanne@posgrad.ufsc.br>

    Subject: MORE INFO!

    Reply-To: donna.anddavid_stickley2018@outlook.com




    E-mail: donna.anddavidstickley@outlook.com

    Stay Bless,

    David & Donna Stickley."

    Here is another scam.

  • June 20, 2019 at 11:04 AM by info

    "From: donna1and.davidstickley2019@outlook.com

    Sent: 6/19/2019 2:33:08 PM Eastern Standard Time

    Subject: PAYMENT DETAILS $100

    My Wife and I want you to visit the Western Union Outlet or Walmart shop and proceed with the $100 with the information given below. Once the payment is made, kindly send us the payment scan copy because this is what the Bank need and also forward a copy to the bank as soon as possible.


    ADDRESS: 2600 NW 56th AVE / APT 110 LAUDERHILL FLORIDA 33313."

    Here is another scam.

  • April 1, 2019 at 11:34 AM by an anonymous user from: Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

    I have received an e-mail stating that David and Donna would share their winnings with me and my family. I then e-mailed them back asking if this was a scam or who really sent me this e-mail.

    I got a reply with quite a few paragraphs basically stating that David is a real and he was a family man and he would not send this e-mail if it was true and to put my faith towards his wife and himself since they put their trust in me.

    Therefore I should check with the FBI and the INTERPOL Washington to make sure this was a real e-mail. I was still skeptic although there are still good people left in the world I decided to check the names and this is what I found, this website then that just confirmed that this is a scam.

    I am so glad I looked up their names to know that this was too good to be true since people who win money only donate money to a charity or to their own family and not through e-mails.

    I hope people check out the names before they actually act upon the e-mail, I did not get that far but thank god I did not.

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"David and Donna Stickley" Donation Scam Created by Scammers