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Posted: 2013-08-03 by    shyamG

its true or not?

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 1 votes
FOREIGN REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT
ONLINE BANKING UNIT
6, SANSAND MARG, -110001
New Delhi, India.

URGENT PAYMENT NOTIFICATIONS FROM RESERVE BANK OF INDIA

The transfer department of the Reserve bank of India has decided to bring to your kind attention, that you were listed as a beneficiary in the recent schedule for payment of outstanding debts incurred by the BRITISH GOVERNMENT from 2012 to 2013 According to your file, Your payment is categorized as: contract type/ Lottery/inheritance/unpaid contract funds/ undelivered Lottery fund. Payment file: RBI/id1033/09. Payment amount: 500, 000GBP. But recently, on the 5th of January, 2013. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor, Dr D. Subbarao, met with the Senate Tax Committee on Finance RBI Mumbai branch.
Regarding unclaimed funds which have been due for a long ago, at end of the meeting (RBI) Governor, Dr D.Subbarao mandate all unclaimed funds to be release back to the beneficiary stating that it’s an unfair practice to withhold funds for government basket for one reason or the other for tax accumulations.
Therefore, we are writing this email to inform you that 500, 000GBP {FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS} will be release to you, as it was committed for (RBI) Governor that Beneficiary will have to pay crediting fees only. So you are therefore required to pay 12, 500 INR ONLY to credit your account immediately.
Also reconfirm/provide your bank account details-for crediting.

GET BACK TO US WITH THE BELLOW DETAILS.

1. Full Names:
2. Residential Address:
3. Mobile Number:
4. Occupation:
5. Sex: __Age:
6. Nationality:
7. Country:
8. Marital Status:
9. E-mail id:
10. Beneficiaries Bank Details:
Our Best Regards

Dr.Robert Gaye (Foreign Exchange Manager )
Swift Code : RBIS0AHPA01
Telex : 23834 BANKAT
Tel( +919654825542
Email: reservebnkofindia.foreignaffairsdesk@live.com


This communication (including any attachments) is intended for the use of the intended recipient(s) only and may contain information that is confidential, privileged or legally protected. Any unauthorized use or dissemination of this communication or in part is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please immediately notify the Reserve Bank Of Indi


i have received mail from rbi i have won 500000GBP in coco-cola promo lottery i have already give the complaints to customercare they give deepak sharma(ADFF)mobile no i was contact him and he assist to transfer money of 25500and69099 INR to his account i was send to him but now he is not contact me or response me
Now Robert Gaye is contact me and told me to transfer 12500 for transfer my money
please let me immediately

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 11th of Aug, 2013 by   Get the Solution.. 0 Votes
All these mails are fraudulent. The hackers are using our RBI Name illegally and getting money from our Indians. Be aware from these guys brothers/sisters.
 16th of Sep, 2013 by   vinay kumar sinhal 0 Votes
Sir i am transfer to paid lottray custam charges paid to company
 17th of Sep, 2013 by   vinay kumar sinhal 0 Votes
Sir plz all process inform and contact no transfer to me and solve my problem help me sir
 17th of Sep, 2013 by   vinay kumar sinhal 0 Votes
Sir plz kindly information and help me
 17th of Sep, 2013 by   scamcop 0 Votes
Since Coca Cola is not hosting any lottery it is very obvious that the message you CLAIM to have received is an African advance fee scam. There is no winnings and if you sent them any money for bogus fees it is gone and will not be recovered.
 17th of Sep, 2013 by   bellamie 0 Votes
This is a scam. There is no draw. There was never any draw and there is no prize. These people are scammers. They are using free web based email accounts (live.com) and trying to trick people into giving them their personal information and their money. Do NOT respond to them.

from the coca cola website:

http://www.coca-colacompany.com/contact-us/coca-cola-rumors-facts

Rumor: Coca-Cola Jackpot, Coca-Cola Award, Cash Prize, Sweepstakes or Promotional Drawing Winner Notification, Coca-Cola Foundation Cash Aid
Fact
The Coca-Cola Company has learned of several text messages, emails and letters being sent to people that falsely claim the recipient has either won a sweepstake or a cash prize from our Company.

The text messages direct the recipients to a website that appears to be, but is not, an official site of The Coca-Cola Company. The official My Coke Rewards address is mycokerewards.com, and My Coke Rewards is a program offered only in the United States.

Subject lines for the emails have ranged from "The Coca-Cola Award Notification" to "The Coca-Cola Promo Winning Notification" to "The Coca-Cola Worldwide Christmas Promo, " "Notification for Coca-Cola Foundation Cash Aid, " or other similar titles. Some versions of the email hoax indicate a joint promotion with the British American Tobacco Company, an annual mid-year Coca-Cola promotional draw (which includes the name of former Coca-Cola executive vice president, Carl Ware), or a car giveaway in Hong Kong. The emails also include formal language that makes them look "official, " and are sometimes designed to look legitimate by including images or photographs, a "secret pin code" or reference/ticket number and contact information for a Coca-Cola representative.

The letters are written to look official and may appear to come from a financial institution. They often contain a claim number and may even include a check that appears to be from our Company or another Coca-Cola bottler.

View samples of email hoaxes we have identified below. NOTE - This sample list does not include all Coca-Cola hoaxes in circulation. Other hoaxes may exist and may not be included here.

The Coca-Cola Company is in no way associated with these emails, text messages, letters, unauthorized websites or programs. We are not a sponsor and our name and trademarks are used here without permission.

This appears to be a form of fraud known as "phishing, " wherein perpetrators attempt to develop relationships with victims in order to obtain personal and financial information. Common signs that a message may be a part of an email scam or phishing campaign include:

Spelling and grammatical errors in the email;
Improper use of company trademarks;
Sender's use of free, non-corporate email accounts (such as Yahoo!, AOL and Hotmail);
Requests for personal information and the promise of quick financial gain.
Overall, if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. Do not reply to these text messages, emails or letters with any information.

If you have already responded to this type of text message, email or letter, we recommend that you immediately discontinue all communications with the source and contact your local and/or federal authorities for advice on how to proceed to protect your personal information and privacy.
 17th of Sep, 2013 by   vinay kumar sinhal 0 Votes
Sir my money claim to me any process trow proper chanel.sir beg say that my cash back to recived me kindly information
 17th of Sep, 2013 by   vinay kumar sinhal +1 Votes
Sir plz back your msg and contact no me send
 17th of Sep, 2013 by   bellamie 0 Votes
If you actually sent these scammers money then you are 1) incredibly foolish and 2) never going to see that money again. The scammers arent going to send it back. they got exactly what they wanted. You were never going to receive a prize.
 23rd of Sep, 2013 by   scamcop 0 Votes
Since there is no such organization as the cyber crime bureau it is very obvious the above posting is the work of African advance fee scammers. Do not give him any of your personal information to use to steal your identity.
 23rd of Sep, 2013 by   bellamie 0 Votes
Do NOT reply to "Lottery Verification Center" there is NO SUCH THING as the "Cyber Crime Bureau" or the "Cyber Investigation Bureau" There is NO Lottery Verification Center either. This is a SCAM. This person is a scammer.

There was NEVER any draw. There was never any prize. Do NOT send this scammer your information. They simply want your money.
 27th of Sep, 2013 by   bellamie 0 Votes
Do NOT send any information to "Anti Crime Agent" as there is NO SUCH THING. There is also no such thing as the Cyber Crime Bureau investigations department. This sick piece of work is a scammer who is trying to get your personal information and your banking info in order to steal your identity and your money.

There was never any prize, there is no database with the prizes and winners. This is all a lie to get you to hand over information to the criminals.

Never EVER give your information to any of these dirty losers claiming that you have won a prize. There was never a draw or a prize. It is all a SCAM.

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