The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam

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The Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London Lottery Scam

The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam

Date: 04-Apr-2019 4:59 pm




Coca-Cola Head Office UK, Stamford, Middle

Sex PE9 2YP, London United Kingdom.


Tel: +44-844-589-7286

Date: 04/04/2019

Dear Beneficiary Vimala Reddy

Welcome to Coca-Cola Company United Kingdom The board of Coca-Cola Company is in receipt of your email in regard to the winning notification as earlier sent to you from our Charity Award Department. This promotion is part of the financial empowerment program of the Coca-Cola Company in Collaboration with WhatsApp Management, in an effort to consolidate our Numerous Customers and to encourage prospective WhatsApp users across the Globe. This draw was drawn from two continents, Europe and Asia through WhatsApp Portal App as part of our Charity Offer and Prize given Program and you are one of the lucky winner from (India)

The Award was conducted here in the''United Kingdom'' Coca-Cola Event Department, As the claims officer i personally congratulate you as the winner from India. This email is to certify that you have been officially verified and approved for the payment of your won prize by cheque, ordered by the CLAIMS PROCESSING DEPARTMENT, of the Coca-Cola Company and your cheque was issued by the Barclays Bank London Coca-Cola Payment Account, United Kingdom.

This email is to officially inform you that your cheque valued (50 Lahks India National Rupees) and all relevant documents that will facilitate the delivery and transfer of your won prize has been approved and parceled for delivery to you in your country India by our logistic delivery officer Dr.John Kennedy. We have giving directive to him, on which he is handling all our delivery and courier services. It is his duty to get your consignment been delivered to any respective destination in your country India. We urge you to take very good care of him as this is his first time of coming to India and he did not know any were around India.

Please bear with us our affiliated flight, Lufthansa Airline has no available flight from London (UK) to your own city, So the flight that is bringing our delivery officer will arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi State, From New Delhi our delivery officer will take a domestic flight to your city so that both of you can go to your bank for the conversion and transfer formalities. Our logistics officer Dr.John Kennedy will be leaving the UK, and arriving India on Friday Morning Been 05/04/2019 (09:55:am) India Local Time.

NOTE: From the indication you will be require to pay India Local Airport Charge (Rs.10,700/-) Ten Thousand Seven Hundred India Rupees on arrival at Delhi Airport through our delegate Diplomat John Kennedy to enable him assist you complete airport formalities, clear your parcel from India custom authority and to deliver your prize to you at your home address. He will contact you on his arrival to New Delhi Airport for mode of payment. Attached to this mail is Dr.John Kennedy ID Card and your Consignment Parcel for your kind reference. Contact him with a copy of your genuine ID Proof and Home Address via email: for further proceedings.


1) Your Winning Draft Cheque Of Fifty Five Thousand Great British Pounds (£55,000.00 Pounds) Equivalent Cash Of (Rs.50Lakhs India National Rupees)

2) Fund Release Order From Financial Service Authority (F.S.A) United Kingdom.

3) Letter Of Affidavit Of Claims Eligibility

4) Letter From Barclays Bank London

5) Original / Hard Copy Of Your Winning Certificate

All These Documents Will Ensure Smooth Enlargement Of Your Funds To Your Local Account In India.

On behalf of the Award Board, We congratulate you for this wonderful and a life time opportunity and we hope you use your funds wisely to the best interest of your family, friends, Country and the whole world at large. hence we do believe with your award prize, you will continue to be active and patronage to the Coca-Cola products around your vicinity. Congratulations once again!

Yours in service,

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Dr.James Quincey, Coca-Cola Director UK.



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September 29, 2020 at 1:36 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Rangpur City, Rangpur Division, Bangladesh

"Congrats!Your mobile No.has won £500,000.00 pounds from UK COCACOLA PRIZE 2020.To claim send name,mobile no.& age via Email:c**********

7:22AM from 8801313918889"

Here is another scam.


February 27, 2021 at 2:13 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Gulshan, Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Oder k ainer awday ana uchit


August 4, 2020 at 1:44 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

I got Gmail for msg in Coca-Cola 2020 awards sending in u.k for London middle s*x, Is this fake or true?


August 4, 2020 at 1:58 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam

It is a fake.


June 18, 2019 at 5:00 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Mandaluyong, National Capital Region, Philippines

Good day! I have received a message however, it differs from the content though it sounds the same.

Is it a scam?


June 18, 2019 at 5:54 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam

If it is about a Coca-Cola lottery, it is a scam.


June 13, 2019 at 12:11 PM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam


Date: Sun, Jun 9, 2019, 2:27 PM




Coca-Cola Head Office UK, 1A Wimpole St, Marylebone

London W1G 0EA, London United Kingdom.

Tel: ( 44)8445894164..."

Another scam.


June 13, 2019 at 5:00 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Dhaka, Bangladesh

"CONGRATS!Your Mobile No. has Won £500,000.00Pounds from COCA-COLA Uk lottery prize 2019.To claim send your name,mobile no.&age Via"

I got this scam.


June 13, 2019 at 12:34 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Dhaka, Bangladesh

Last Wednesday a message came from a number as below-

"CONGRATS| Your Mobile No. has won 500,000.00 Pounds from COCA-COLA Uk lottery prize 2019. To claim sen your name, mobile no. & age Via Email-"


June 9, 2021 at 4:13 AM by
The "Coca-Cola Charity Award (UK) London" Lottery Scam
an anonymous user from: Muhammad Pur, Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Scam Scam=scams


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