UK National e-Lotterywarning! it is a scam!

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online notification unit.
uk national e-lottery.
51 conway road colwyn bay
ll29 7aw united kingdom.
tel: [protected]

reference number: ukl/478593g9/19
ticket number: [protected]
cash prize: £715,000.00

20/06/2007

congratulations,

this e-mail is to inform you that you have been selected a winner in our online lottery sweepstakes promotion program which was held on saturday, 16th of june, 2007 in london, united kingdom.

your e-mail address attached to ticket number: [protected] with serial number 0149-16 drew the lucky numbers: [protected], and a bonus number of 24 which subsequently won you the lottery in the 2nd category.

to file your claim, do contact our fiduciary agent assigned to your file via email as given in the contact details below providing your full name, address, telephone number, age, sex, country of residence and reference number(ukl/478593g9/19) to commence the process of releasing your cash prize to you.

agent: graham wilbert(mr.)
email: graham.[protected]@nat-lot.co.uk
tel: [protected]

congratulations once more from all members and staffs of this program. thank you for being a part of this online lottery promotion.

yours truly,
sir. ken allan.
group co-ordinator.

this is the email i have got... the phone numbers cannot be tracked... it is a scam... big warning!!

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  • Ai
    aissa kared Jan 25, 2011
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    Good to hear from you regarding the Exxon/Esso Mobil Oil My names are Mr. Adams Braford I am the Program Claims Agent assigned to winners on the Award sweepstake Program.

    As soon as you fill and submit your form, all informations (Document and Winning Cheque) will be forwarded to the Bank after which you would be required to activate the account before can be transfered to your seperate account in your country.Be informed that you are to scan a copy of your identity and send it to us via email.

    *Your Exact Names.
    *Phone numbers/Fax.
    * Current residential address.
    *Nationality:
    *Country:
    *Sex:
    *Age:
    *Email Address:
    *Occupation:
    *Next of Kin:
    *Age:
    *AMOUNT WON:


    DECLARATON
    I ______________________________ ____________ hereby confirm that all the information given above and attached copies of Identification is to the best of my Knowledge and is true and correct. Any tempering or falsification of the above data renders this claim invalid and void.
    ______________________________

    *A scanned copy of any form of your valid identity document in your country, e.g international passport photo page or drivers license or any other valid document:

    Note: That your funds have been insured to it's original value and no deductions of any kind can be made on your funds due to the following reasons as follows below

    (1) Funds has been Insured to an High Insurance policy that make it difficult to deduct from.

    (2) Beneficiary is the one to pay for any Imposed Charges against his/her funds.

    (3) The Malaysian Government stated in The MYHC Law book 45-1 stanza 12, That winning funds should be remitted In exact value of amount won to winner.

    Regards
    Adams Braford
    Claims Director.

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  • Ga
    ganesan alagappan Jun 13, 2010
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    also my self same cheating proceduce first they mention exxon mobile oil and gas

    they are mention a courier options to pay in uk to deliver the parcel

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  • Nd
    ndk Jun 11, 2010
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    This is a real scam mail. If UK to give this much of money, they will have to charge from people who uses Yahoo.

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  • Nd
    ndk Jun 11, 2010
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    This is a scam. if they are to pay this much, for this many people, I think UK should be sold to an oil man on UAE

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  • Uj
    ujj_ind May 03, 2010
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    sahi me yar... dimag kha gaye ye scam wale... i also got same type of mail.. thank god i checked this site b'fore doing sumthing wrong... frm exxon mobil harry longwell of 70, 000 gbp... such a great amt.. but i will send my fake id and proof's .. let see what happen's... BE AWARE...

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  • Uj
    ujj_ind May 03, 2010
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    yeah.. i also got such very similar mail from named ' exxon mobil frm harry longwell'... and seeing above comments it is surely a scam... they use such a nice technical words that one can't even think it is a scam... but i will give them false report let see what happen...

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  • Sa
    sam .n Mar 08, 2010

    ive had same email £300 THEY WANTED from me and all my bank details but didnt give them ###all the scammers are you all in middlesex as i live in middlesex ive been checking most people that had this email all lives in middlesex where i also live

    this is out of order i have 2 lil girls age 5 an 6 and i told them nicely to leave me alone stop sending them emails and they kept hassling me all time there number is fake and fed ex numbers are 0845 not a mobile number thats foriegn i bloddy wish i had win that cash but sadly no its all internet money scmmaing ###s im sicked off with internet always some1 trying to scam another wats this world getting to

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  • An
    Angelox99 Feb 24, 2010

    Hey all, seems i have had the same e-mails as everyone else... hope no one falls for this scam..


    In all your correspondence e-mails to me, your email has been verified by this office and i'm pleased to brief you a little on the notification that you received. In the UKNL monthly draw that was held recenty in the UK NATIONAL e-LOTTERY BOARD, Your email address ([email protected]) which was randomly selected along with others from over 24, 000 website on the Internet was attached to a ticket number [protected]) which subsequently won you the lottery.. Meanwhile, your e-mail was among the seven (7) Lucky winners who won £715, 000.00(Seven Hundred and Fifteen Thousand GreatBritain Pounds)

    Please Take Note.
    Please note that your Certified Winning Certificate signed by our International Coordinator along with a bank cheque of £715, 000.00(Seven Hundred and Fifteen Thousand GreatBritain Pounds) has today been dispatched to our courier service affiliate here in England, for onward delivery to your home address. Below is the contact information of courier service:

    To contact, please use one of the methods below.
    FedEx Express Service Worldwide(Uk)
    Mr. Ryan Gibson (Contact Person)
    Product Mgr Special Services
    Office E-mail: [email protected]
    Office (+[protected](CALL IMMEDIATELY TO CONFIRM)
    (+[protected]

    When contacting them, you are required to quote Order Number below for this reason as subject on your email while contacting the courier service for your parcel to be honored and given instant attention.
    Order Number: D57252

    PLEASE ACT ON THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN TO YOU BY THE COURIER SERVICE and also Keep us updated always on your dealings with Courier Company so that we can guide you further as your fiduciary agent. Please kindly accept the necessary instructions given to you today and act fast as instructed to ensure that you receive your prize before the two (2) weeks DEADLINE FIXED.

    In your best interest and also to avoid mix up of numbers and names of any kind, we request that you keep the entire details of your award strictly from public notice until the process of remmiting your award has been completed. Congratulations once again on your winnings!

    Best Regards,

    Mr.Adams Bradford
    Remittance Dept Officer
    (+[protected]

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  • Mi
    miguel silveira Feb 14, 2010

    Congratulations, Your email won(71, 500 British Pounds) on our online draw, 6th February, 2010. To claim, kindly provide your: Full Name, Full Address, Telephone Number, Occupation, Sex, Age & Country of Residence via email([email protected]). Best wishes. Jane O'Keine, Online Co-ordinator.
    ok. if this money is for me please send to me.
    kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk.
    i"m waiting for the money

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  • Wj
    wjwilliams Jan 22, 2010

    Here is the latest scam letter sent to Ontario Canada . He says "all my correspondence emails to him"??? not once have I emailed him????who ever he is!!! There must some way to catch these ### before they scam a senior citizen or something!

    In all your correspondence e-mails to me, your email has been verified by this office and i'm pleased to brief you a little on the notification that you received. In the UKNL monthly draw that was held recenty in the UK NATIONAL e-LOTTERY BOARD, Your email address ([email protected]) which was randomly selected along with others from over 24, 000 website on the Internet was attached to a ticket number [protected]) which subsequently won you the lottery.. Meanwhile, your e-mail was among the seven (7) Lucky winners who won £715, 000.00(Seven Hundred and Fifteen Thousand GreatBritain Pounds)

    Please Take Note.
    Please note that your Certified Winning Certificate signed by our International Coordinator along with a bank cheque of £715, 000.00(Seven Hundred and Fifteen Thousand GreatBritain Pounds) has today been dispatched to our courier service affiliate here in England, for onward delivery to your home address. Below is the contact information of courier service:

    To contact, please use one of the methods below.
    FedEx Express Service Worldwide(Uk)
    Mr. Ryan Gibson (Contact Person)
    Product Mgr Special Services
    Office E-mail: [email protected]
    Office (+[protected](CALL IMMEDIATELY TO CONFIRM)
    (+[protected]

    When contacting them, you are required to quote Order Number below for this reason as subject on your email while contacting the courier service for your parcel to be honored and given instant attention.
    Order Number: D57252

    PLEASE ACT ON THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN TO YOU BY THE COURIER SERVICE and also Keep us updated always on your dealings with Courier Company so that we can guide you further as your fiduciary agent. Please kindly accept the necessary instructions given to you today and act fast as instructed to ensure that you receive your prize before the two (2) weeks DEADLINE FIXED.

    In your best interest and also to avoid mix up of numbers and names of any kind, we request that you keep the entire details of your award strictly from public notice until the process of remmiting your award has been completed. Congratulations once again on your winnings!

    Best Regards,

    Mr.Adams Bradford
    Remittance Dept Officer
    (+[protected]

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  • Lu
    luckyemailer Nov 21, 2009

    i have won 15 million this week and last week i won 23 million, wow i am so rich in cyberspace i dont know what to do with all this make believe money, i think i might buy a make believe motor boat and a make believe russian bride who is really hot and loves sex... i am so cyber happy.

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  • As
    ash_lin Nov 02, 2009

    *Notification Letter*‏
    From: U.K National e-Lottery ([email protected])
    You may not know this sender.Mark as safe|Mark as junk
    Sent: 03 November 2009 07: 40AM
    To:
    Congratulations,

    Your email won(71, 500 British Pounds) on our online draw, 31st October, 2009.

    To claim, kindly provide your: Full Name, Full Address, Telephone Number, Occupation, Sex, Age & Country of Residence via email.

    Best wishes.

    Patricia O'Mahony,
    Online Co-ordinator.


    Another updated email from them~ *Zzzzzzz

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  • Li
    lifes46 Oct 11, 2009

    Congratulations,

    Your email won(71, 500 British Pounds) on our online draw, 7th October, 2009.

    To claim, kindly provide your: Full Name, Full Address, Telephone Number, Occupation, Sex, Age & Country of Residence via email.

    Best wishes.

    Matthew Eglinton,
    Online Co-ordinator.

    i get this mail from [email protected], when i replied this i get new mail as confirmation from [email protected] he gave contacts for world wide express, uk . I called that number and told him the parcel code...he told me the parcel is ready for delivery if you make 300 pound delivery...Now i not sure what to do...any sugestion? The logo which is shown in the mail is from chester government.

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  • Di
    Dismisled Oct 09, 2009

    It surprises me that people like the so called "Mr Adams Bradford" has no real values excerpt his GREED for money and loss of morale, logic and compassion regarding life and his fellow men that he would CON anyone he can...
    THIS MAN MUST HAVE NO SKILLS AS HE PUSHES OTHERS DOWN JUST TO GET MONEY TO BUY MATERIALISTIC STUFF..
    I REALLY DON'T SEE HIS POINT.. GIVING PEOPLE FALSE EXPECTATIONS..

    HOW WILL WE KNOW IN THE FUTURE IF IT IS THE "REAL DEAL"..
    SADLY, WE DON'T.. ALL THANKS TO MR SNAPPAHEAD Adams Bradford AND MRS SNAPPAHEAD Mary Laffely..
    Sigh..
    PRIMITIVE THOUGHTS..

    THE ANSWER LIES IN THE SPIRITUAL..

    IT'S NICE TO BE IMPORTANT, BUT IT'S MORE IMPORTANT TO BE NICE..

    from Norway

    [email protected]

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  • Ka
    Katay Oct 07, 2009

    Congratulations, Your email won(71, 500 British Pounds) on our online draw, 7th October, 2009. To claim, kindly provide your: Full Name, Full Address, Telephone Number, Occupation, Sex, Age & Country of Residence via email. Best wishes. Matthew Eglinton, Online Co-ordinator.


    just got this e-mail! it has scam written all over it! haha

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  • No
    Noon Aug 18, 2009

    ONLINE NOTIFICATION UNIT.
    UK NATIONAL E-LOTTERY BOARD.
    165 FULHAM PALACE RD,
    W6 8JB UNITED KINGDOM.

    Ref:UK/9420X2/68
    Batch:074/05ZY369
    Serial No:5368/02

    ATTN: Supawan Tunti-alongkarn,

    Good day to you. Your reply has been received by this office. All documents concerning the sending of your funds to you have just been packaged.

    We have sent your cheque and other vital documents relating to your winnings in the package to our trusted delivery courier company, SafeWay Courier Express, UK. They have been charged with the responsibility of safely delivering your package. Your package has been insured also. They operate on a Pay before delivery policy for insured lottery packages as this.

    See below the contact information of the administrative officer.
    Mr. Felix Downing
    Administrative Officer
    Tel: +[protected], +[protected]
    Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

    E-mail them your full delivery address and phone number. You should copy and paste the e-mail address to send them the e-mail (It is not a link to be clicked on). Note that you must inform this office on every dealing with the courier company.

    Congratulations once again.

    Sincerely yours,
    Barrister Dean Farner
    Fiduciary Agent

    I have this same other people around the world. So, and i sent answering e-mail to him. i must to fulse my money? I don't know he's scamer. Please help me...

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  • Mo
    Moniiluv805 Aug 10, 2009

    Wow... . This is the same exact email as a previous reported one, only they used a different agent name.
    This email was received on the 10th. I looked up the website of "Awarding Funds From the National Lottery" which this scammer was claiming to be from (http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/offices-uk) and they state in their site:

    Warning: Bogus awards
    Have you received an email or a letter telling you that you have won a prize from Big Lottery Fund? If you have, it has not come from us. We do not run a lottery or give away prizes. We only make grants to people and organisations that have applied to us. Any lottery that asks for payment to claim a prize is not run by either the Big Lottery Fund or the UK National Lottery.

    We advise you not to give your money or your details to unknown organisations or individuals.


    Fraud
    The Big Lottery Fund has an approved Anti-Fraud and Anti-Corruption Strategy. BIG aims to prevent fraud and corruption relating to its finances, grant programmes and operations in order to support its mission of bringing real improvements to the lives of people and communities most in need.


    Do you suspect someone who is stealing from or defrauding BIG?


    If you do, then let us do something about it by telephoning free [protected], or by emailing the details to [email protected] Alternatively, you can put your concerns in writing and send them to The Head of Internal Audit, 1 Plough Place London EC4A 1DE.


    All referrals will be treated in strictest confidence. Please note that an answer phone may be in use on [protected].


    -----I hope this helps!


    ______________________________________________________________________
    Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 00:07:04 +0000
    From: [email protected]
    Subject: LOTTERY WINNING DETAILS
    To: [email protected]

    Awarding Funds From The National Lottery
    ONLINE NOTIFICATION UNIT.
    UK NATIONAL E-LOTTERY BOARD.
    165 FULHAM PALACE RD,
    W6 8JB UNITED KINGDOM.

    Ref:UK/9420X2/68
    Batch:074/05ZY369
    Serial No:5368/02

    Dear Winner,
    I am Barrister Dean Farner, your claims agent who is to guide you through the process of claiming your cash prize of £950, 000.00 ($1, 752, 772.00). Congratulations once again from all the staff here ( UK NATIONAL E-LOTTERY BOARD). For the avoidance of doubt, your email address([email protected]) was gotten from one of the websites that you visited and it emerged as one of the lucky winner emails. You do not need to buy tickets nor participate in it before you can emerge as a winner. This is a lucky random selection of email addresses, and as such, it is your email address that made you become a winner. So in order to verify your winnings, we need your winning and personal data for record and verifications purposes.
    Below is a verifications/data form: Please fill accordingly so as to proceed with your winnings.

    VERIFICATION AND FUND RELEASE FORM


    1. FULL NAMES:...
    2. DATE OF BIRTH:...
    3. SEX:...
    4. MARITAL STATUS:...
    5. CONTACT ADDRESS:...
    6. COUNTRY:...
    7. NATIONALITY: ...
    8. TELEPHONE NUMBER:...
    9. EMAIL ADDRESS: ...
    10. AMOUNT WON:...
    11. OCCUPATION: ...

    Once we have received your verification and fund release form we will in turn print and store your information on our Winning files here in the UK. Only cleared winners will be directed to contact our affiliate courier company for delivery of his/her winning package.

    You are to keep the claims of your winnings CONFIDENTIAL during this process of your claims. This is to protect winners and to avoid any sort of double claims by any individual (Misappropriation of fund).The UK LOTTERY BOARD will not be responsible for any winnings claimed by a false winner. PLEASE BE WARNED !!!

    Warm Regards,
    Barrister Dean Farner
    Fiduciary Agent
    +[protected]

    [email protected]

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  • So
    Sophia D.O Aug 08, 2009

    My Uncle Just recieved the exact same email that Jaci W did and I tried to warn him that it was a scam, but he is in deep money problems, as we all are. He didn't want to believe me at first because all that money is a very big deal and who wouldn't want to have it? I told him that if an e-mail came from the UK it would have an ending of .co.uk, and in order for you to win a lottery, you have to buy a ticket. He didn't belive me until I showed him Jaci W's post and I feel bad because his hopes seem kind of let down. If anyone recieves an e-mail that might be suspicious or unexplainable, my advice is to highlight the first line of the e-mail and paste it in google and search to see if anything comes up warning you it's a scam. I recieve tons of e-mails like these all the time, but I approach them with severe caution.

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  • Ja
    Jacqueline Whittig Aug 02, 2009

    I truly hate this, because they had me so believing I had won something, all I had to do is pick it up at the Western Union! But it was going to cost me around $300.00. I told them I didn't have that kind of money, and they tried so hard, they kept lowing it to finally $67.00! I still told them if I won something, it shoudn't cost me anything! I was getting up to more than 100 a day of different people wanting me to send them money because I had to "pay to get my winnings"! Also, one time, they sent me a e-mail, and they forgot to delete the other e-mails, and there were probably 75 or more "a's" along with mine! I looked at all those a's and it hit me! He was sending them to all the a's, b, s, c's, on down the alphabet! I was so sick, because back in your mind, you hoped it was for real! I needed the money and was willing to try anything! Anyway, it was too good to be true and I had spent several hours trying several different ones saying I had won, or someone had cancer, and she didn't trust her realitives to pass the money to charities! Please take it from me, I mean I got over a thousand all together! Also, several would say my money was on a ATM card. Just send the money, and they would release the card! I know it sounds good, but that is all! I got e-mails from Nigeria, UK, Africa, etc. I now delete them, and my computer runs a lot better! I hope this helps someone, because the hours I sat and typed to them was exausting! Good Luck!!! Jaci W.

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  • Wo
    wow190677 Aug 02, 2009

    Today, I received the below email, can someone shed some light on where it's from and what they want?:

    The UK E-LOTTERY wishes to inform you that you have won £950, 000.00, in an online Sweepstakes International program held in August, 2009.To file for your claim, please contact fudiciary agent:Barrister Dean Farner. E-mail: [email protected] Congratulations, UK E-LOTTERY BOARDNOTE:Ensure that you file your claim to [email protected]

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  • Ph
    pheebs Jul 06, 2009

    I just got the exact same email as "hasan". The only thing that was different was the amount of money. So glad that I checked the email address and found this website! It's a pretty stupid scammer to have an email address that changes from [email protected] to [email protected] when you hit the reply button, because that was what really tipped me off that it was a fraudulent email.

    Normally the ones I get are full of spelling and grammar mistakes, but this one was strangely not full of such errors. And it wasn't in my junk items box.

    But I have been fool enough to send details before, but I never went past the stage where they asked to give them money. Partly, because I knew not to give my bank details out and partly because that just seemed like to much effort when I was coping well on what I had already.

    Sometimes there are real bonuses to being lazy.

    I've once received an email about a japanese man who wanted to give me 42 million dollars for me to give to charity because he was dying and his wife was greedy and ambitious. Anyone else had that email?

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  • Hu
    Huston Jun 19, 2009

    I have been bored and have been playing the game to see how far they will go before the drop the bomb and ask for money. Jesus, I would rather give money to a begger on the street... At least he has the balls to stand in front of you and ask for the money. It goes without saying...when something is to good to be true...it probably is. Maybe if enough people string these people along...they will finally give up...

    VLH in Norway

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  • Jc
    jcr67 Jun 15, 2009

    They are still around trying to do the same thing. Please be aware of this scam, I feel sorry for the ones who sent them money and gave out the bank info. Here is the letter I received today.

    UK NATIONAL LOTTO GROUP
    6 William Road
    London, NW1 3ER
    UNITED KINGDOM

    Reference Number: EUK/2816G61/09

    This email is to inform you that your e-mail address has won you a prize of Ј760, 000.00 GBP in our online promo draws held on Wednesday, 3rd of June, 2009 in London, United Kingdom.

    Your email address attached to eticket number [protected] with serial number [protected] drew the winning numbers [protected] and a bonus number of 38 which subsequently won in the 2nd category for a payout of Ј760, 000.00 GBP.

    To file your claim, do contact our claims agent via email as given below providing your reference #(same as above), full name, full address, telephone #, nationality & country of residence for due processing and remittance of your prize money.

    Agent: Neville M. Woodgate
    Email: [email protected]
    Tel/Fax:[protected]

    Claims processing may take a period between 24hrs - 72 hrs.

    Yours truly,
    Henrik Thelander
    Online Co-ordinator

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  • Bl
    Block Jun 09, 2009

    This scam is still going on now, June 8th 2009

    REFERENCE NUMBER: UKL/478593G9/19
    BATCH NUMBER: 01/209/AD16G
    OUR REF: 12190/14
    TICKET NUMBER: [protected]

    This email is to inform you that you have Won(£715, 000.00 GBP)on our
    online draws which was played on Monday 8th, June 2009.
    Your email address was picked.

    Official: Mr. Paul Dyer
    Email: [email protected]

    Yours Truly,
    Mrs. Nicole Holyfield
    Co-ordinator(Online Promo Programme).

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  • Ju
    Jules Jun 07, 2009

    Congratulations,

    Your email won(71, 500 British Pounds) on our online draw, 5th May, 2009.

    To claim, kindly provide your: Full Name, Full Address, Telephone Number, Occupation, Sex, Age & Country of Residence via email ([email protected]).

    Best wishes.

    Mary Westley
    Online Co-ordinator


    This is the email I recieved yesterday... guess I beter not reply then... lol

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  • Ja
    Jane May 17, 2009

    I have just this received this e-mail aswell. How unfair, I feel so sorry for everyone that I keep on getting messages like this telling me how much I have one, Im a millionaire in theory!!! I also keep getting messages from the FBI telling me that want to give me money and I have an inheritance from another guy in Barbados I think and then I can get more money from some guy called George Nduku who has stollen millions and wants to give me some. Some people are just so nice to keep wanting to give me money!!! Is there any way to stop getting these messages, I mean if the FBI is in on it who do I go to?!!! LOL. I am pleased that no-one appears to have fallen for this scam. Ps. I am in Scotland.

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  • Ya
    yahon Apr 27, 2009

    I received the same email 4 days ago and sent my name etc, something told me to google the site and inadvertently I found other people who have received the same thing. I did not send any bank details but I don't feel comfortable with them having even the slightest information about me. I hope this scammer rots in hell!!!

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  • Xt
    xtina Apr 22, 2009

    omg i got the same email. i sent my details. no bank details but i did send my name age ect. then i just recently checkd this site i cnt believe its a scam. i hpe they catch this idiot.

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  • Am
    amythyst Apr 15, 2009

    im from philippines and receive this strange email informing i win the lottery, honestly everyday when i open my email theres a lot of of email informing me that i won millions of dollar and UK pound...guys..if its true..i think i am a billionaire...

    haahahahaha

    GOODLUCK TO ALL SCAMMERS...

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  • Ha
    hasan Mar 23, 2009
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    Verified customer

    do not reply he is froude..

    From: [email protected]
    Subject: Claim(Ticket #: [protected])
    Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2009 12:22:32 +0100
    To:


    UK NATIONAL LOTTO GROUP
    16, TOLPITS LANE, WATFORD,
    HERTS WD18 9RN UNITED KINGDOM

    Good day to you,

    I am in receipt of your e-mail and would want to inform you that with respect to your reference number, you have been selected a winner in this quarter of our online lottery sweepstakes promotions.

    Your email address was randomly selected along with others from over 24, 000 website on the Internet and attached to a ticket number([protected]) with Serial number 0152-12 drew the lucky numbers: [protected], and a bonus number of 18 which subsequently placed you a second category winner in our online lottery promotion. This entitles you to claim a cash prize of 715, 000.00GBP (Seven Hundred and Fifteen Thousand Great Britain Pounds) credited to your file as one of the seven lucky winners in your category.

    I would immediately require you provide the details below to facilitate my activities with the verification/remittance department for the endorsement of your claim and release your cash prize for onward remittance to you. Stand informed that the requested details will be thoroughly verified thus ensure to provide the requested details accurately to avert complications.

    1. Full Name(s):
    2. Full Address(s):
    3. Date of Birth/Age:
    4. Telephone Number:
    5. Nationality:
    6. Country of Residence:

    Endeavor to keep information about your lottery winning confidential until your claims have been processed and funds have been remitted to you. This is to avoid double claiming as it might lead to your disqualification by the lottery board.

    I await your swift response to the necessary details to forge ahead with remittance proceedings.

    Best regards,
    Paul Wilbert(Dr.)
    (+[protected]

    hey look this guy has a contact num: also a address.

    UK NATIONAL LOTTO GROUP
    16, TOLPITS LANE, WATFORD,
    HERTS WD18 9RN UNITED KINGDOM

    bull ###...

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  • Ve
    veysel kural Feb 28, 2009

    MAİL: [email protected]

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  • Ve
    veysel kural Feb 28, 2009

    After filling out a form that e-mail arrived, what can I do support act

    HELP ME..



    You Have Won The Ongoing Windowslive Promo‏
    Kimden: Micro Windowslive Award ([email protected])
    Gönderme tarihi: 23 Şubat 2009 Pazartesi 04:34:12
    Kime:

    We congratulate you on the selection of the Micro Windowslive Promo held on 21/02/09. You have been approved claim the sum of £ 1, 000, 000.00 GBP. For claims contact Mr. Morgan Wiltord E-mail: [email protected] with the following details 1. full Name: 2. Address: 3. Nationality: 4. Date of Birth: 5. Occupation: 6. Phone: 7. Mobile: 8. Fax: 9. State of Origin: 10.Country: 11.Sex: 12.E-mail Address:

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  • Ve
    veysel kural Feb 28, 2009

    Hi my name is veysel türkiyede live arkedaşlar an e-mail came to me so I do not understand it can you help

    > online notification unit.
    > uk national online lottery (home office).
    > 165 fulham palace road w6 8jb
    > united kingdom.
    > reference number: ukl/478593g9/19
    > batch number: 01/209/ad16g
    > our ref: 12190/14
    > ticket number: [protected]
    >
    >
    >
    > winning notification: final annoncement
    > we are pleased to inform you of the final announcement today 27th of
    > november, 2008 of winners of the uk national lottery online promotion
    > programme held on saturday the 11th of november, 2006. your e-mail
    > address attached to ticket number: [protected] with serial number
    > 0149-16 drew the lucky numbers:[protected], and a bonus number of 24
    > which subsequently won you the lottery in the second category. you have
    > therefore been approved to claim a total of £480, 152.00 (four hundred
    > and eighty thousand one hundred and fifty-two great britain pounds) in
    > cash credited to file uxl/[protected]/07. this is from a total cash
    > prize of £3, 361, 064.00 shared equally amongst the first seven (7)
    > lucky winners in this category i. e match 5 plus bonus.

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  • De
    Denise Jan 31, 2009

    I got not exactly the same but similar one during these days

    The following is the content://

    (congratulations,

    your email won (cash prize 715, 000 gbp) on our online draw dated, 24th january, 2009 in london, united kingdom. to file for claims, contact our claims agent: gail burton.
    Note: you are required to provide your full name, full address, telephone number, occupation, sex, age & country of residence to the claims agent via email (gail. [email protected]) or fax (+[protected]).

    Best wishes. prof. margaret cook online co-ordinator)

    Is that a scam as well? I guess so, cuz i've never considered myself that lucky.. lol

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  • Sh
    shaun Jan 23, 2009

    Hi I just thought I would get my penny's worth and keep people like us in this complaints forum upto date that this still keeps going on, this is the letter I got sent below..

    Congratulations,

    Your email won (cash prize 715, 000 gbp) on our online draw dated, 19th january, 2009 in london, united kingdom.

    To file for claims, contact our claims agent: gail burton.

    Note: you are required to provide your full name, full address, telephone number, occupation, sex, age & country of residence to the claims agent via email (gail. [email protected]) or fax (+[protected]).

    Best wishes.

    Prof. margaret cook
    Online co-ordinator

    Oh well here's wishing eh.. who ever started this complaint forum thanks to you I will not send anything regarding my details to these scammers, and I do hope people don't take this seriously caus obviously looking at all other peoples emails it truly is a scam..

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  • Re
    reem Dec 30, 2008

    The uk e-lottery wishes to inform you that you have won £950, 000.00,
    In an online sweepstakes international program held in december, 2008.
    To file for your claim, please contact fudiciary agent:
    Barrister henry preston. e-mail: [email protected]

    Congratulations,
    Secretary, uk e-lottery board
    Note:ensure that you file your claim to [email protected]

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  • Cl
    Clyde Deligero Nov 10, 2008
    This comment was posted by
    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    Hi, im Clyde Deligero from Cebu, Philippines.
    I received same e-mail.

    How can I won such raffle or game if I didn't join any?

    its very unbelievable.

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  • Jo
    john benge Nov 03, 2008
    This comment was posted by
    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    03-10-08 yes they are still at it recieved the same sort of e-mail today beware

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  • Do
    Domingo Aug 27, 2008
    This comment was posted by
    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    Hello everyone.

    I´ve received the same e-mail too. I knew from the beggining that it was scam so I answered with wrong information to know in what step do they ask you for money. i´m in the point where they tell you, you have to contact with the delivery company. I have e-mailed them telling that fortunately I will be on leicester (the city where the office is supposed to be) on wednesday (obviously not) so I could get the parcel personally at their headquarters. i´ll tell you what do they answer me.

    Bye

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  • Ni
    Nikki Aug 19, 2008
    This comment was posted by
    a verified customer
    Verified customer

    Hmm I got the same email today!!!

    Uk national lotto group
    > 16, tolpits lane, watford,
    > herts wd18 9rn united kingdom.
    >
    > congratulations,
    >
    > this is to inform you that your e-mail address has won a cash prize of £582, 000.00 on our online lottery sweepstakes promotion draws held on monday, 18th of august, 2008 in london, united kingdom.
    >
    > your e-mail address attached to ticket number: [protected] with serial number 0152-12 drew the lucky numbers: [protected], and a bonus number of 37 which subsequently won you the lottery in the 2nd category.
    >
    > to file for claim, do contact our claims agent via e-mail as given below providing your full name(s), full address, telephone, age, nationality & country of residence for due processing and remittance of your cash prize.
    >
    > dr. paul wilbert
    > e-mail: pl. [email protected]
    > tel/fax: (+[protected]
    >
    > congratulations from all members and staffs of this online lottery promotion.
    >
    > your's truly,
    > prof. frank wallenholm.
    > online cordinator.

    Oddly enough their webpage is suspended for non payment - should contact the billing dept!!

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