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St Giles Hospice Lottery PromotionFraud,Scams

I recently recieved this email, ive had enough of these jokers and the likes get a f*&#ing life!!!


Message BodySt Giles Hospice Prommotion,
Fisherwick Road,
Whittington, Lichfield,
WS14 9LH.London
TICKET NUMBER: [protected]
SERIAL NUMBER: [protected]
BATCH NUMBER : BT-4478474121P


Date: 26-SEP-2011

AWARD FINAL NOTIFICATION:

We happily announce to you the draw (#999) of the St Giles Hospice Prommotion, online Sweepstakes International program held on the 25th of SEP 2011. You were entered as dependent clients with: SERIAL NUMBER:[protected] and Batch numberBT-4478474121P.Your email address attached to the ticket number: [protected] that drew the lucky winning numbers .

You have been approved for a payment of Ј800, 000.00 (EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS STERLING) in cash credited to file reference number: SGHL/K5998/U4. This is from a total cash prize of Eight million pounds shared among the ten international winners in first categories, contact our accredited agent for your winnings.

Mr James Holiday

St Giles Hospice lottery Security Agency.

E-mail:

Tell: +[protected]


He is your agent, and responsible for the processing and transfer of your winnings to you.YOUR SECURITY FILE NUMBER IS Z-90237-Y?67/U4 (keep personal) In other to file for your claim, you have to Contact your Lottery Agent with the following information and fill out this form;

1.NAMES:...
2.SEX:..
3.ADDRESS:...
4.COUNTRY:...
5.NATIONALITY:...
6.PHONE NUMBER:...
7.OCCUPATION:...
8.YOUR AGE:..

You are to contact your claims agent whom will advice you on how to claim your Award Prize.

Yours faithfully,

Mrs Tracy Wallace

Online co-ordinator for UK NATIONAL LOTTERY Sweepstakes International Program.

Copyright ? [protected] The UK National Lottery Inc.

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    St Giles Hospice Oct 13, 2011

    We at St Giles Hospice Lottery have become aware of this scam email which has been received by some people, falsely stating that the recipient has won a large sum of money and asking them to claim their prize.

    Please be aware that this email has nothing whatsoever to do with the official St Giles Hospice Lottery, and the matter has been reported to the authorities.

    If you have never played the St Giles Hospice Lottery, you will never have been entered into one of our prize draws. The maximum weekly prize for the St Giles Hospice Lottery is £2, 000, and all prizes are paid directly to the winner’s mailing address. No claims are required.

    Only residents of England, Scotland and Wales can play and they must be aged 16 or over. If you are a player of our lottery you would have received a membership pack through the post – not via email – and this will clearly show your lottery number, together with the lottery draws you have paid to enter.

    You never pay tax to either play a lottery, or on any winnings received from a lottery.

    Further guidance is available by visiting the Gambling Commission website at www.gamblingcommision.gov.uk, or the St Giles Hospice website at www.stgileshospice.com/lottery.

    Richard Simmonite, Commercial Manager for St Giles Hospice Lottery

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