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Posted: 2013-06-21 by    Anju k.c.


Complaint Rating:  100 % with 5 votes
As I had recieved message from "Pepsi" that I had won $1, 000, 000, 00 US Dollars in the 2013 Pepsi worldwide mobile draws and I want to claim the prize by sending my name, age and mobile number in pepsi55@live.com.
Name: Anju k.c.
Mobile no.9808379119
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 22nd of Jun, 2013 by   scamcop 0 Votes
There is no such company or organization as the Win Payment Centre registered or licensed in the UK .He in fact lives in Nigeria by his own admission which speaks volumes .He has difficulty with spelling and gramer as you can see above.
The guy is clearly an advance fee scammer and a thief, stay away from him and his criminal friends there in Nigeria
 22nd of Jun, 2013 by   melu gautam 0 Votes
email id - meluzee@live.com
name- Tara Dahal Gautam
cell no- 9842626226
 22nd of Jun, 2013 by   scamcop 0 Votes
Good day Tara . So many lottery winners from NEPAL . What lucky ppl u are !!

Good day to all my scamming friends . This is fun keep up your fake postings.

The Pepsi Company Lottery Promotion scam sms claims that the recipient has won money in an international lottery. The email is an attempt to initiate a dialogue with potential victims and subsequently trick them into sending money to the scammers responsible. There is no "Pepsi Company Lottery Promotion" and no prize money.

This fake lottery is not conducted or endorsed by Pepsi. Many lottery scammers fraudulently use the names of well-known companies such as Microsoft, Honda or Pepsi in order to make scam messages seem more legitimate. These supposed endorsements are used without the permission of the high-profile companies named in the messages.
 26th of Jun, 2013 by   bellamie 0 Votes
DO NOT send your info to the above mentioned email addresses or to ANYONE! There IS NO DRAW THERE ARE NO PRIZES THIS IS A SCAM

There is no "Win Payment Centre" and the ukcentre .com email address is a FREE webbased email address set up by a scammer to collect your personal information. (if you don't believe me, check the website http://freeola.com/freeola500/full-free-email-addresses.php and see the list of free web based email types you can have)

Follow these tips from the National Lottery:

Top tips for recognising a scam

If you (or your syndicate) did not buy a lottery game, you can not win anything.
Camelot, the operator of The National Lottery, will not email you to tell you how much you have won.
We don't ask for any personal information like name, address or bank details in an email.
The National Lottery will only send you emails from the following accounts:
– admin@national-lottery.co.uk
– player@national-lottery.co.uk
– play@national-lottery.co.uk
– help@national-lottery.co.uk
– play@play.national-lottery.co.uk
– directdebit@national-lottery.co.uk
– rollover@email.national-lottery.co.uk
– play@email.national-lottery.co.uk.
If you think you have been the victim of a scam, contact Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.
Top tips to protect yourself

Never send any upfront fees required in order to 'claim your prize'.
If you wish to discuss your Account with us, we will always verify your identity by asking specific security questions. Our National Lottery Customer Care Team does not have access to your full password.
Don't click on links in unsolicited emails even if they contain a real company's name or logo.
If you wish to visit a particular website, always type the address directly in your browser rather than using a link in an email.
Never give personal or account details to anyone who contacts you unexpectedly. Be suspicious, even if they claim to be from The National Lottery, your bank or the police.
 9th of Jul, 2013 by   m saqib 0 Votes
name: manzar hussain
age: 40 years
mobile num: 0300-9415401

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