Blackberry UK Promotion Lotto Jackpot Scam
Nov 3, 2014
Feb 8, 2013
If you receive the fraudulent e-mail message below, please do not follow the instructions in it. The e-mail message was not sent from BlackBerry (RIM) but instead, sent by scammers. Sending your personal information to these criminals will only help them rip you off. Remember, once you asked to send money 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 prizes.
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The Blackberry UK Promotion Lotto Jackpot Scam
Ms. Melyn Edwards (BB_alert @bb.org)
UNITED KINGDOM BLACK BERRY
P.O. Box 3067
Winning Notification from blackberry promotion board
We wish to inform you that your email address is one of the shortlisted winners on our "polled NEW RIM BlackBerry COLT 2012 comment platform" promo. Therefore we have sponsored you on the National lottery which you happened to be the winner of 6,392,389.00
You’re Reference Number: BB-UKEU01-08-06-2012
The winning Lotto Jackpot numbers on 8th September 2012 were 8,15,21,26,28,32 Bonus Ball 29
This promo is being necessitated for the purpose of promoting our site and encourages public opinion.
This will be the last reminder email from us; we have been trying to contact you since 8th of September 2012. For more details go to
The National Lottery Board has put a mandate that the lucky ticket-holder has until 11pm on Thursday 7 March 2013 to make a claim.
To claim your winning cash prize! You have to reply to this email immediately. We would release scanned copy of your winning ticket to you as soon as you acknowledge the receipt of this notification.
Contact us with your claims details at contact @ukblackberrydraws.co.uk via email: remember to quote your reference number as subject.
For more inquiries visit our site: http://uk.blackberry.com/
Ms. Melyn Edwards
Customer Service Officer -
Proudly sponsored by United Kingdom Black-Berry® Inc
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