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The "Andrew Clark" Euro Millions Lottery Winner Donation Scams

If you have received email messages similar to the one below, which claim Andrew Clark, who won the Euro Millions Lottery Jackpot of 76 million pounds, is donating millions to randomly selected individuals worldwide, please do not follow the instruction in it because it is a scam being sent by cybercriminals to potential victims. Andrew Clark, a 51 year-old self-employed builder, is not randomly giving away millions to selected individuals, therefore, recipients of email messages which claim otherwise are asked to delete them.

The Andrew Clark Euro Millions Lottery Winner Donation Scams
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An "Andrew Clark" Donation Scam

From: Andrew Clark. - test@example.net

Sent: Monday, April 22, 2019 10:02:20 PM

To: You

Subject: Contact Us To Claim Your Winning.. ..

Congratulation,

I Andrew Clark won the Euro Millions Lottery of 76 Millions British pounds jackpot and after my joyful celebrations and excitements i decided to donate 1.5 million British Pounds to 10 individuals worldwide as our my charity project. To verify, please see my interview by visiting the web pages below.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8552958/builder-76m-lottery-600k-worth-supercars/

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6767663/Builder-scooped-76m-lottery-buys-SIX-supercars-four-months.html

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/builder-won-76m-euromillions-buys-six-supercars-worth-660000-134919714.html

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/euromillions-winning-builder-who-scooped-14084040

Your email address was among the emails which were submitted to us by the Google team Inc as a web user; if you have received my email please, kindly send me the below details so that i can direct my associate attorney to effect the transfer of the funds to you as a check to your door step.

Full Name:

Present Address:

Mobile No:

Age:

Occupation:

Country:

ID:

Send your response to this Email: cpl.cox667@hotmail.com

Best Regards,

Andrew Clark.

Persons who were tricked by "Andrew Clark" donation email scam are asked to report it to the police. And, those who were instructed by the cybercriminals to use their credit cards to make payments for their so-called donation are asked to contact their banks for help.

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  • November 19, 2020 at 4:19 PM by an anonymous user from: Centro, Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay

    "Hello Rev. Augustine

    Thanks for your humble reply. I am Mr. Andrew Clark, I am 53 years old, and I am from Boston, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom. There is a donation of £2,000,000 GBP in your favor. My Jackpot was a gift from God to me. I have agreed to do the will of God. I know we are unfamiliar with each other, but I believe if you were chosen by God to receive my donation of £2,000,000 Million Pounds, then you must be a God fearing individual.

    I am a catholic and I believe that Good things happen to those people who wait and also believe. I am very grateful to you for the interest shown in my plight and I want to assure you that you will be greatly rewarded for what you have chosen to do. Although we are knowing each other for the first time, I believe our father has directed me to you as I prayed and searched the internet for assistance.

    I saw your profile on a list of registered email addresses provided to me by Microsoft list/Google list from which I picked you. Be assured you stand no risk because this is my personal money. To authenticate my sincerity and verification please visit my secured link: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-46645782

    I decided to donate Individuals and I told some Ministers about this which they said was a welcome idea, and they promised they would get me a list of some people who can help others with my donation to put a smile on the face of the needy. I decided to select myself by going to Microsoft and Google to do some research. My donation of £2,000,000 Million Pounds may not be much to you, but I believe it will go a long way to improve your standard of living like my Jackpot did to me November 2nd 2018.

    Fill in your details below and send back to me if you are interested in my donation. My entire household will be glad for you to visit us after my donation gets to you. I shall direct you on the process of the claim and this effect once I receive your details.

    Full Name: -

    Address: -

    Country: -

    Date of Birth: -

    S*x: -

    Occupation: -

    Phone No: -

    Marital Status-

    I am not asking for your ID or nor want to steal your identity. You must promise me that you will use the money wisely as instructed to help the less privileged over there in your country. We employ you to do what you can to alleviate the level of poverty in your region and also try to enhance the standard of living in your country because that is the main reason for donating this money to you. May the Good lord bless your heart to be a blessing to your family and your society as soon as my donation gets to you."

    Received this scam.

  • April 23, 2020 at 8:08 PM by info

    "From: Andrew Clark <andrew.engineering@engineer.com>

    Sent: April 13, 2020 8:22 PM

    Subject: Donation

    My name is Andrew Clark from Boston, Lincolnshire United Kingdom. I am Self-employed builder and I Just Won £76 Million Pounds from the Euro Millions lottery jackpot Lottery draw. I nearly lost my winnings if not for the help of my girlfriend Trisha Fairhurst who urged me to check the numbers then I realised I was a winner so therefore giving out Grant donation of £2 Million Pounds each to (8) Lucky International recipients worldwide to show God our appreciation. You received this message because you have been listed as one of the (8) lucky Individual Selected. Send your name, Address, Phone, Country, for claims Now.

    Reply to this Email: andrewengineering@engineer.com

    Kindly visit the link for more details about the Winning;

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-46645782

    Congratulation to You.

    Andrew Clark"

    Here is another scam.

  • January 27, 2020 at 7:03 AM by an anonymous user from: New Delhi, Delhi, India

    I ALSO GOT THIS MAIL:

    "Hello

    Greetings, My name is Andrew Clark, a citizen of Boston Lincolnshire, United Kingdom. There is donation OF £2,000,000 GBP in your favor. Kindly reply to guide you in the process to claim your donation.To authenticate my sincerity and verification please visit my secured link: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-46645782 BY THIS E-MAIL ID:-arzu@empathyegitim.com"

  • November 14, 2019 at 8:28 AM by an anonymous user from: Sheffield, England, United Kingdom

    Yet another version of this scam email:

    Dated: 13-11-2019

    Hello Friend.

    Greetings and compliment of the day .

    I hope you and your entire family are in state of good health? If so thanks to almighty God.

    I am Andreaw Clark. I won a Jackpot Lottery of £76m EuroMillions at the Eastwood Road Post Office in Boston. After seeking financial advice from my legal counsel with my pastor who advised to donate 10% of my lottery winnings to people as a tithe and thanksgiving. I have now decided to fulfill the promise I made to donate the sum of £750 000.00 (Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand pound sterling) each to 5 unknown lucky people as part of my charity project to improve the lives of these lucky individuals from around the world plus 5 close friends and family.

    Fortunately, if you receive this automated email transmission which was electronically selected as beneficiary of this giveaway then you are one of the 5 lucky recipients to receive £750 000.00 (Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand pound sterling). For claims,

    Send reply to me at my personal email account [andrewcleark@outlook.com]

    Best Regards,

    Andrew Clark

  • October 7, 2019 at 12:57 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "From: Andrew Clark. <info@pencopower.com>

    Sent: Monday, October 7, 2019 2:02:15 PM

    To: Recipients <info@pencopower.com>

    Subject: Congratulation! Contact Us To Claim Your Winning.

    Congratulation,

    I Andrew Clark won the Euro Millions Lottery of 76 Millions British pounds jackpot and after my joyful celebrations and excitements i decided to donate 1.5 million British Pounds to 10 individuals worldwide as our my charity project. To verify, please see my interview by visiting the web pages below.

    ...

    Your email address was among the emails which were submitted to us by the Promo social media team Inc as a web user; if you have received my email please, kindly send me the below details so that i can direct my adviser to effect the transfer of the funds to you as a check to your door step.

    Full Name:

    Present Address:

    Mobile No:

    Age:

    Occupation:

    Country:

    ID:

    Send your response to this Email: cplcooperh@outlook.com

    Best Regards,

    Andrew Clark."

  • October 6, 2019 at 10:00 PM by an anonymous user from: Haldimand, Ontario, Canada

    OK, I was stupid enough to give my full name and address,

    • March 22, 2020 at 9:25 PM by an anonymous user from: Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

      That's makes two of us I guess or I was more of an idiot. I even gave them my ID and billing statement. And I was able to open an account with the Nationwide Bank. I was coordinating with Mr. Rhodes. I checked his name on the internet and he holds a really high position in the bank. And who wouldn't want money, right? Until he said to me that I had to pay 500 pounds for the account to be activated because they cannot have it deducted from the money. I don't have that kind of money, so right now, it's on hold.

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The "Andrew Clark" Euro Millions Lottery Winner Donation Scams