The "Chevrolet National Promotion Award 2019" Lottery Scam
A "Chevrolet National Promotion Award 2019" Lottery Scam
Subject: Dear Estimate Winner, Mr. Ronald Dec Ruiz
From: JusticeJustice Williams
CHEVROLET INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY HEAD OFFICE
3 Queen Caroline Street,
London, W6 9PE.
Company No: 4620511.
FROM THE DESK OF CHEVROLET INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY AWARD.
Dear Estimate Winner, Mr. Ronald Dec Ruiz
This is to officially inform you that your account profile has been verified and pronounced as the lucky winner of $2,000,000.00 USD, in this 2019, Award by CHEVROLET NATIONAL Draw Promotion. We wish to congratulate you over your account profile success in this financial bailout plan. Your profile account emerged as one of the ten final recipients of a cash Grant/Donation of (Two Million United State Dollars) to salvage your finances and to develop your community. This cash grant is a gift you will never be required to pay back
HERE IS YOUR REF NUMBER: CHV-P038/C098Q/02/LTY, BATCH NO: 016/37/FB3121, SERIAL NO:64483-72, AMOUNT WON: $2,000,000.00 USD
VERIFICATION AND FUNDS RELEASE FORM
1. Full Name's:2. Sex: 3. Country:.
4. State/City:.5. Contact Address:.
6. Mobile/Tel Number:7. Marital Status:.8. Occupation:.
9. Date/Age:.12. Winning E-Mail:.14. Amount Won:. 15. A Copy of your International Passport or Driving License:
For the claim of your winning funds you are advice to send us your information . As a security measure, you are asked to keep your winning information confidential until you have made your claim. This is mainly to avoid putting up double claims with your Email Address which will result to the confiscation of your cash grant. On behalf of myself and all staff of CHEVROLET LOTTERY ORGANIZATION, are saying congratulations to you.
Dr. Justice Williams
CHEVROLET NATIONAL Promotion Award 2019.
Legitimate companies will never ask their winners to send money in order to claim their prizes, and will never request personal and financial information via email messages. Lottery scamming is a big business, and scammers are working hard to make their scams appear real or legitimate. Therefore, recipients of email or other messages should not quickly send requested information or follow instructions in the messages before doing their research.
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