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The "Andrew Clark" Euro Millions Lottery Winner Donation Scams

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The "Andrew Clark" Euro Millions Lottery Winner Donation Scams

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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.

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.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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The "Andrew Clark" Euro Millions Lottery Winner Donation Scams