The Microsoft Empowerment 2020 Program Lottery Scam

The Microsoft Empowerment 2020 Program Lottery Scam

There is no "Microsoft Empowerment 2020 Program" lottery like the one below, therefore, recipients of fake email messages which claim they are winners in the same so-called lottery, are asked to delete the email messages and should not follow the instructions in them. The fake emails are being sent by lottery scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into believing they are lottery winners and subsequently trick them into sending their personal information and money.

The "Microsoft Empowerment 2020 Program" Scam

1983/5000 - Payment Telephone: 1 828 278 8746

Dear Microsoft email user,

Your email address earned you a lump sum of $ 755,000 in the Microsoft Empowerment 2020 program. This year's program has been designed to give a lump sum to individuals, businesses and corporate organizations. The emails listed on the Internet were selected at random from different websites, discussion groups, guestbook and search engine for the final selection and grants.

Your e-mail address attached to the reference number -12457851245212, serial number - 24512-235665, and lot number - MSC-142 / 24120KYT was chosen by the automated computer voting system programmed for a random selection and which qualified one of the 35 beneficiaries to receive a lump sum of $ 755,000.00.

To claim your $ 755,000.00, simply contact the accredited paying bank via the contact details below.

First Citizens Bank

239 Fayetteville Street Raleigh NC 27601 United States contact

: Mr. Peter M. Bristow Jr. (director

payment) Telephone: 1 828 278 8746

Contact E-mail:

You have an order to call and email the Director of Payments immediately you receive this notice, and be sure to quote your grant reference number - 12457851245212, serial number - 24512-235665, and number - MSC-142 / 24120KYT while communicating with the payment agent to allow them to identify your file and take care of you quickly.

NOTE: This program is valid for 14 days from this date of this notice, and failure to transmit complaints before the expiration of this period will automatically cancel your request.

Congratulations from microsoft Corporation.


from the program

John Thompson and Microsoft management team

Once you are asked to send money in order to receive a lottery prize, it is a scam. Legitimate lottery companies will never ask their winners to send money in order to receive their prize.

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  • July 14, 2020 at 9:41 PM by an anonymous user from: United Kingdom

    I received email no1 request for payments were made and even said will send cheque in the mail?

    • November 10, 2020 at 3:19 AM by an anonymous user from: Newton Abbot, England, United Kingdom

      And if you believe that you’ll believe the moon is made of cheese. With your personal information it’ll now be easier to steal your identity.

      The latest version of this uses the email notice the misspelling of bank.


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The Microsoft Empowerment 2020 Program Lottery Scam