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"Hitachi Limited Annual iPrize Promotion" Lottery Scam

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"Hitachi Limited Annual iPrize Promotion" Lottery Scam

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There is no "Hitachi Limited Annual iPrize Promotion," therefore, online users are asked not to follow instructions in fake emails which claim they are winners in such a lottery. The fake emails are being sent by lottery scammers who are attempting to trick the potential victims into sending them money for a lottery that doesn't exist.

A Fake "Hitachi Limited Annual iPrize Promotion" Email

From: Hitachi Limited <drmorgamwalter@outlook.com>

Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2019 12:48 AM

Subject: Appeal letter

Dear Mohamed Sayed Mohamed,

I am very delighted to be contacting you again as one of the winners of this year's annual promotion organized by Hitachi™ limited. You are indeed a very lucky person.

We have however observed from your application form that you are not from the United Kingdom. This year's iPrize was however targeted for United Kingdom only. That notwithstanding you can still proceed to claims under special appeal.

We will need to file a special appeal to the UK Gaming council to create an exemption in your case under the hospices of fair-play. Once granted your prize will be approved and we at Hitachi will immediately proceed to payment of your 850,000 Pounds as mandated.

This legal procedure of appealing to the UK government is compulsory because our company was given license to conduct a product promotion/prize award within the UK to only benefit UK consumers. Hence we will need the UK government's permission before we can pay anyone outside of the UK.

To file this appeal on your behalf, you should print the document attached to this email.

1.Write your name into the document, sign and date the document.

After you must have done the above, you must ensure to scan it and send it back to us via this email. I will personally post the signed document to their office and hopefully they will respond within a day or two with some good news.

This is the legal documentation needed to file an exemption appeal on your behalf. You must be a very lucky person to have won outside of the UK. This was due to system error.

Again i say congratulations as i look forward to receiving the above stated document from you so i can immediately envelope them to the National lottery commission. You can call me on +44 134 457 6277(ext 244) If you need any assistance.

Regards,

Dr. Morgan Walter(Client Executive)

Hitachi (UK) Ltd.

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"Hitachi Limited Annual iPrize Promotion" Lottery Scam