"Online Lotto E-mail Addresses Selected from a Database of Internet E-mail Users" Scam

Online Lotto E-mail Addresses Selected from a Database of Internet E-mail Users Scam

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There is no "Online Lotto E-mail Addresses Selected from a Database of Internet E-mail Users" lottery, therefore, recipients are of the fake emails claiming they are winners in the same lottery are asked not to follow the instructions in them. The fake emails are being sent by lottery scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for a lottery that doesn't exist.

The "Online Lotto E-mail Addresses Selected from a Database" Scam

Congratulations Winner.

Tue 6/25/2019 8:41 PM

From: "Charlotte De Vries." - send@marytour.ru

Dear winner,

Your email address has won you One Million Euro, from Online Lotto, all the

E-mail addresses were selected from a data base of internet e-mail users,

from which your e-mail address came out as the winning coupon.

Winning expiring date 31st of July , 2019. Contact our fiduciary Agent below

with your winning number: OL/456/050/006.

For immediate release of your cash prize to you, please kindly contact

( Charterd Finance B.V.Netherlands).

Send them the following:

(i). Your names,

(ii) Contact telephone and fax numbers

(iii) Contact Address

(iv) your winning numbers

(v) Quote amount won.

Online Lotto Agency.

Mrs. Charlotte De Vries.

Director of winning claim department.

TEL: +31 612 993 300


Remember, once you are asked to send personal information and money in order to receive a lottery prize, it is a scam.

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"Online Lotto E-mail Addresses Selected from a Database of Internet E-mail Users" Scam