The "Coca-Cola 2019 Lottery Promotions" Lotto Scam

The Coca-Cola 2019 Lottery Promotions Lotto Scam

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There is no "Coca-Cola 2019 Lottery Promotions". Therefore, recipients of fake Coca-Cola lottery messages like the sample below that are being sent by lottery scammers, which claim that they are winners, should delete the messages. They should also not follow the instructions in them. Remember, once you are asked to send money to receive a lottery prize or award, it is a scam, or a fraudulent attempt by cybercriminals to trick their potential victims into sending them money. And, never respond to unexpected or unsolicited email messages with personal information because this is how lottery scammers target their potential victims.

The "Coca-Cola 2019 Lottery Promotions" Lotto Scam

From: Marteen Eriksen <>

Date: Sat, May 25, 2019 at 4:07 AM

Subject: Re: Notice





(Registration COCA-COLA/407/PROMO/2019).

Dear Esteemed Winner,

I'm in receipt of your email and must say that you should count yourself and your family extremely lucky to have emerged as one of the selected lucky winners in this year's Coca-Cola lottery promotions.

Your email address was randomly selected along with others from a database of over 355,000 companies and 30,000,000 individual email addresses drawn from the WORLD-WIDE-WEB.

A winning reference and batch number is attached to each winning email address below are the winning information's below:-



To begin your claims process, Kindly visit the 2019 Coca-Cola lottery promotional claims website below to submit your lottery winnings details for verification and claims. :-

Claims Website:Click Here

Congratulations once again from all staff of the Coca-Cola 2019 Lottery Promotions Board.

Marteen Eriksen(Esq.)

Claims Officer

Coca-Cola 2019 Lottery Promotions.

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The "Coca-Cola 2019 Lottery Promotions" Lotto Scam