"Yahoo! AOL and Gmail 2019 New Year Bonanza Promotion" Lottery Scam

There is no "Yahoo! AOL and Gmail 2019 New Year Bonanza Promotion". Therefore, online users who have received email messages claiming that they are winners in such lottery should delete them and should never follow the instructions them. Every month, lottery scammers randomly send out thousands of fake email messages claiming the recipients are winners in some bogus lottery. The bogus email messages will request personal information, and will subsequently ask the recipients to send money in order to receive their so-called prizes or winnings.

Yahoo! AOL and Gmail 2019 New Year Bonanza Promotion Lottery Scam

But, once the lottery scammers receive their victims' money, they will disappear leaving their victims disappointed and hundreds or thousands of dollars broke. This is why online users should never send their personal information to anyone in an email message or send money to someone who contacted them via email message claiming they have won some lottery or promotion.

A "Yahoo! AOL and Gmail 2019 New Year Bonanza Promotion" Lottery Scam


Promotions/ Prize Award Department South Africa.

Email Subscriber,

This is to inform you that you have won prize money of Four Million Two Hundred Thousand

United State Dollars, ($4,200.000.00) for the 2019 New Year Bonanza Promotion, which was

organized by YAHOO! AOL & GMAIL AWARDS.

Your identification numbers:



WINNING NUMBER: 14, 21, 30, 34, 47, 71

PIN: 1206

Yahoo! Aol & Gmail collects all email addresses of the people that are active online, among the

millions that subscribed to Yahoo, Hotmail, MSN, AOL, Gmail and few from other E-mail

Providers. Five people are selected this month to benefit from this promotion and you are one

of the lucky Selected Winners. You are requested to contact your fiduciary agent Mr. Dick Turkel

via both email address for a quick response with details below.

Agent Name: Mr. Dick Turkel

E-mail: mrtkdick53@gmail.com


Tel: +27 72 381 0088 (Dial with the + sign)

Stating your winning reference number and personal information as stated below for claims:

1. Full Names:

2. Country:

3. Contact Address:

4. Telephone Number:

5. Mobile Number:

6. Sex:

7. Date of Birth:

8. Marital Status:

9. Profession:


Yours Truly

Mrs. Mary D. Cooper

Online Coordinator


Do not tell people about your Prize Award until your money is successfully handed over to you to avoid disqualification that may

arise from double claim. You may also receive similar e-mails from people portraying to be other Organizations or Yahoo Inc. This

is sole to collect your personal information from you and lay claim over your winning. In event that you receive an e-mail like the

notification letter that was sent to you, kindly delete it from your mailbox and give no further correspondence to such person or

body. Yahoo shall not be held responsible for any loss of fund arising from the above mentioned

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