uk national lotto groupi got an email that say i won £715,000.00

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i got this email..and i wanna know is it real or just a scam..


> Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2008 06:23:12 +0200
> From: [protected]@nat-elot.co.uk
> Subject: Final Notification Letter
>
>
>
>
> 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 £715, 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.
>
> Barr. Freeman Sandler
> e-mail: barr.freeman.[protected]@hotmail.co.uk
> Tel: (+[protected]
>
> Congratulations from all members and staffs of this online lottery promotion.
>
> Your's Truly,
> Prof. Frank Wallenholm.
> Online Cordinator.
>

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  • Sw
    swami Aug 26, 2008
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    same email slightly different details, i think its a scam !!!

    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.[protected]@nat-elot.co.uk
    Tel/Fax: (+[protected]

    Congratulations from all members and staffs of this online lottery promotion.

    Your's Truly,
    Prof. Frank Wallenholm.
    Online Cordinator.

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  • Sh
    Shahid rizwan Sep 23, 2008
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    hi there is this true that i won pls recheck and reply





    Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2008 05:09:23 +0200
    > From: [protected]@nat-elot.co.uk
    > Subject: *Notification Letter*
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > UK National Lotto,
    > Tolpits Lane, Watford, Herts WD18 9RN,
    > United Kingdom.
    >
    > Congratulations,
    >
    > Your email won(Cash Prize 715, 000 GBP) on our online draw dated, 22nd September, 2008 in London, United Kingdom.
    >
    > To file for claims, contact our claims agent: Adam Boulton.
    >
    > 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(adam.[protected]@nat-elot.co.uk) or fax(+[protected]).
    >
    > Best wishes.
    >
    > Prof. Claes Berg
    > Online Cordinator

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  • Al
    allister turnbull Oct 10, 2008
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    i was e mail by barr. freeman sandler that i won the uk lotto so is it true or is it a scam

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  • Ma
    Mandi Nesbit Nov 20, 2008
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    i just need to know if this is true...

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  • Sh
    sherrie Nov 20, 2008
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    it is a scam i just got sent one as well. Do not respond all they want is your personal details eg: full name phone number home address. In the past 6 months i have been sent 2 of the same emails. and my husband got one as well. I have been in contact with the uk lottery and they said they have never and will never do a lottery involving emails. So it is a scam i think if you google lottery scams you will find a few people who have also received the same email.

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  • Sh
    sherrie Nov 20, 2008
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    this is the email i was sent.

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

    Reference #: UKN/90G3825H9/08B


    This is a notification to inform you that your e-mail address has won you a cash prize of £582, 000.00 on our online lottery sweepstakes promo draws held on Monday, 17th of November, 2008 in London, United Kingdom.

    To file for claim, do contact our claims agent via e-mail as given below providing your full name(s) & reference #(same as above) for due processing and remittance of your prize money.

    Dr. Paul Wilbert
    e-mail: [protected]@yahoo.co.uk
    Tel/Fax: (+[protected]

    Congratulations from all members and staffs of this promotion.

    Your's Truly,
    Prof. Roger Scott.
    Online Cordinator.

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  • Br
    brittany jackson Nov 21, 2008
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    UK NATIONAL LOTTO GROUP16, TOLPITS LANE, WATFORD, HERTS WD18 9RN UNITED KINGDOM. Congratulations, Your e-mail address has won a cash prize of £582, 000.00 on our onlinelottery sweepstakes promo draws held on Monday, 17th of November, 2008 inLondon, United Kingdom. Your e-mail address attached to ticket number: [protected] withSerial number 0152-12 drew the lucky Numbers: [protected], and a bonusnumber of 18 which subsequently won you the lottery in the 2nd category. To file for claim, do contact our claims agent via e-mail as given belowproviding your full name(s), address, Age, Occupation, telephone # &country of residence for due processing and remittance of your prizemoney. Dr. Paul Wilberte-mail: pl.[protected]@yahoo.co.ukTel/Fax: (+[protected] Congratulations from all members and staffs of this promotion. Your's Truly, Prof. Frank Wallenholm.Online Cordinator.

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  • 16
    16391 Dec 31, 2008
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    No ITS NOT TRUE YOU ###N ###S

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  • Ju
    Junza Feb 09, 2009

    Its a SCAM!. do you really have to ask?!?

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  • Ro
    rock in the pacific May 11, 2009
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    if something seems too good to be true it usually is

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  • Jo
    Jose Mario Muniz Nevarez May 11, 2009

    I have received a notification from Barclays Bank at UK issued the first time by Professor Dame Sandra Dawson and then some others emails from Dr. Robert E. Diamond Jr. announcing to me that there is a refund in this bank by 800, 000.00 USD in my behalf because I was a winner in the UK lotto and this amount is coming from the interest generated from the premium. I need to know if this is true.
    My name is Jose Mario Muniz Nevarez. my email: [protected]@yahoo.com.mx

    The following is a copy of the 1st email they sent to me:

    Barclays Bank London UK
    From: The Desk Of
    Professor Dame Sandra Dawson
    Executive Director (Board Member)

    RE: PAYMENT OF US$800, 000.00 INTEREST INTO YOUR ACCOUNT:

    I am Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, Managing Director, Corporate Services Division and Head of Swift Transfer Unit of Barclays Bank London UK.

    Sometime ago, in our bank your inheritance fund was brought to our bank from UK Lotto Group here in England and after some period, the money was taken back to their treasury.

    But for the period of time this money was in our bank, it generated an interest of US$800, 000.00 which we are about to pay you via. International Certified Bank Draft through our correspondent bank in us (H.S.B.C) Hong Kong And Shanghai Bank Co-opration

    For your information and advice, you need to hasten up to pick this Fund because from time to time the UK Lotto Group auditors do come to our bank to cross-check our files and our financial update, the earlier you comply with the demands of the release of the fund, the faster the action, because when the auditors arrive and find out that this interest fund is still in our bank they will call back the accrued interest to the lotto treasury account.

    What we need from you now is any form of your identification for example;

    Your contact address:
    Your International passport or your driver license:
    Your telephone and fax numbers for easy communication with you:

    As a matter of fact we dont have enough time to waste since we have wasted time in contacting you, so try and comply with the entire necessary requirement for the transaction.



    CONTACT: Dr. Robert .E. Diamond Jr
    President, Barclays PLC & CEO Of
    Investment Banking and Investment
    Management (Board and Executive Committee member)
    Email: [protected]@yahoo.co.uk

    Tell: +[protected]
    Mobile; +[protected]
    Fax: +[protected]


    Note I have attempted to call you but all effort failed and I had to send you a mail on this email address, which I guessed belongs to you.

    Expecting your immediately response.

    Yours Sincerely,

    Prof. Dame Sandra Dawson
    Executive Director (Board Member)

    *********************************************************************
    Barclays bank London UK CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This transmission may contain confidential information protected by state or federal law.


    Barclays Bank PLC. Registered in England. Registered No: 1026167. Registered Office: 1 Churchill Place, London, E14 5HP. Barclays Bank PLC adheres to the principles of the Banking Code. A copy of the Code is available on request. "The Woolwich" and "Woolwich" are trading names of Barclays Bank PLC.

    Proud sponsors of the Barclays Premier League

    The information is intended only for use consistent with the state business discussed in this transmission.If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any disclosure, copying, distribution, or the taking of any action based on the contentsis strictly prohibited.

    If you have received thistransmission in error, please delete this email and notify the sende immediately.Your cooperation is appreciated.

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  • Ja
    Jasper May 18, 2009

    Hey I just won £760, 000.00 (yeah right) LOL


    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 £760, 000.00 GBP in our online lottery promotion draws held on Monday, 11th of May, 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 £760, 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: [protected]@national-elottery.eu
    Tel/Fax:[protected]

    Yours truly,
    Steve Isgard
    Online Co-ordinator

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  • An
    AnnetteFalk May 22, 2009

    How can you think you've won a lottery when you didn't play ???

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  • Sl
    SlyFox Jun 10, 2009

    There are lots of these types of emails and several things give away that they are just a scam for you to hand over your details so that someone can then scam you more often or try to steal your identy.
    1. Look up the reference number given using Google or some other search engine
    2. Check the address that the "office" is supposed to be at, this one says 6 william way, then numbers only go from 17 to 30.
    3. Look up the name of the Agent in Google "Neville M. Woodgate", the first four hits show sites similar to this one complaining about the scam.
    4. Think about it, you've managed to win a large amount of money without entering a lottery, CONGRATULATIONS!!!

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  • Mi
    missbuttaflyy86 Jun 10, 2009

    this ### is a scam i received the same email awhile ago but i never responded people i know its hard now in days but lets be real is this really a questions that we have to answer

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  • Ga
    Gaétan Paquin Jun 14, 2009

    Moi j'ai reçu ce mail. Pourtant je ne suis pas un cave et je sais très bien que des offres comme celle là sont des fraudes. Mais je me suis laissé aller à l'idée que peut-être cette fois-ci c'était vrai et que lui en haut comprennait mes besoins présents et qu'il me donnait enfin une chance de bien finir ma vie enfin riche. Mais je suis lucide et sais très bien que les chances sont très mince pour qu'une sommes pareil nous tombe dessus. Alors je comprend très bien que des gens se fassent avoir par d'habille manipulateur escroc qui viennent jouer avec les faiblesses humaines. Ces mangeux de marde sont des personnes méprisables qui devraient payer pour le mal psychologique et pécunier qu'ils inculquent à leurs proies. Comme au pédophiles et tout autres malfaisants sur le net je crois qu'on devraient leurs livrer une guerre sans merci en essayant par tout les moyens de les démasquer et les livrer aux autorités, un peu amoché avant biensûr. Je ne connais pas les rouages de l'internet comme certains d'entre vous, mais pour ceux là qui comprenne bien le système, SVP débarrassez nous de ces ARNAQUEURS. Merci.

    Voici le message que j'ai reçu :

    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]

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  • Al
    Alyeska Aug 30, 2009

    I won the UK national lottery without living in the UK, or even entering :D

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

    REFERENCE #: EPUK/74H14508/96D
    TICKET #: [protected]

    Congratulations,
    This is an e-mail notification to inform you that your e-mail address has won you a cash prize of 782, 000.00GBP on our online lottery sweepstakes promo draws held on Monday, 24th of August, 2009 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 16 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, age, telephone #, country of residence & reference # (same as above) for due processing and remittance of your prize money;

    Dr. Paul Wilbert
    e-mail: pl.[protected]@uknl-group.com
    Tel: (+[protected]

    Congratulations once more from all members and staffs of this program. Thank you for being a part of our online lottery promotion.

    Your's Truly,
    Prof. Steve Barton.
    Online Cordinator.

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  • Ma
    mariaga Sep 21, 2009

    Hi,
    i got his email: it has to be a scam cause the names of the cordinator are diferents everytime...


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

    Reference #: UK/90G3825H9/08B

    We are pleased to inform you of 12th-September-2009 UK National Lotto draw. Your email address was picked.

    Do contact our claims agent via e-mail as given below providing your full name(s) & reference # (same as above) for due processing and remittance of your prize money.

    Dr. Paul Wilbert
    E-mail: [protected]@yahoo.com.hk

    Congratulations from all members and staffs of this promotion.

    Yours Truly,
    Prof. Roger Smith
    Online Coordinator

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  • Im
    ImRich Sep 24, 2009

    It is true, I was emailed the ticket and followed their instructions. then, I had to connect to a secure DDT server to transfer my bank account info. It took 27 hours but they deposted my 870, 000 dollars.

    man I thought this was a scam but its not. I'm now driving a brand new Corvette. The car of my dreams.

    oh, they say that all of the people that never followed through completely lost out due to the 30 day grace period. Just like any lotto has. One here in US has 6 months to responds.

    I can't believe it, I'm ###in rich...!!!

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  • He
    HestonM Sep 28, 2009

    I got the following email:

    From Prof. Lionel Swandick

    Hi,
    We measured your inside leg and the number came up in our lottery! Unfortunately you didn't reply to our postcard, and you ran away when we approached you in the street the other day. You even ignored our ransom notes when we took your cat hostage, so we have had to resort to sending you this email in the hope you will listen and understand.

    We cannot disclose the full amount you are owed, but can assure you it's nearly 700, 010 US dollars.

    Please call us back on this toll free number, using a pre-registered Orange PAYG phone.
    [protected] TOLL FREE

    Don't be a stranger.
    Prof. Heston Meltataraton

    ______END

    SO I googles Mr Meltataraton and it turns out that's ME.

    How did this happen? I don't remember emailing this to myself. It's not even my email account. Is this fraud?

    Regards,
    Heston.

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  • Ro
    roger71 Oct 19, 2009

    I received this:

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

    Reference #: UK/90G3825H9/08B

    We are pleased to inform you of 17th-October-2009 UK National Lotto draw. Your email address was picked.

    Do contact our claims agent via e-mail as given below providing your full name
    (s) & reference # (same as above) for due processing and remittance of your prize money.

    Dr. Paul Dyer
    E-mail: [protected]@aol.co.uk

    Congratulations from all members and staffs of this promotion.

    Yours Truly,
    Prof. Rogers Smith
    Online Coordinator

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  • Er
    eric des Oct 20, 2009

    its true there full of it.i got the same letter as the french guy in this section and the best of it is that we have the same numbers, now thats luck!

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  • Sa
    sam doorfix Dec 09, 2009

    UK NATIONAL LOTTO GROUP
    > 16, TOLPITS LANE, WATFORD,
    > HERTS WD18 9RN UNITED KINGDOM.
    >
    > Reference #: UK/xxxxxxxxx
    > Cash Prize: 782, 000.00GBP
    >
    > CONFIRMATION CODE: UKWWD/627289/4567MC
    >
    >
    > Dear Winner,
    > You emerged a winner of the lottery draw because Your email address happens to be one of the
    > emails chosen this quarter from our new java-based software that randomly selects email
    > addresses from the web. Participants were selected from the registered email addresses in the
    > Public Key Server -- Index, it was drawn from a pool of over 125, 000 names in this batch
    >, participants were taken from Europe, America, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Middle-East, parts
    > of Africa, and North & South America as part of our international promotions program conducted
    > three times annually to encourage prospective overseas entries.
    >
    > We are through with the processing of your claims and I'm happy to announce to you that your
    > payment was authorized and a check of £782, 000.00GBP has been issued in your favor.Your email
    > has been received. It is important to note that services rendered by this delivery service are
    > to be paid for by you and not the Lottery Board. Our delivery service does operate on Pay before
    > delivery (P.B.D) service to winners of the UK National Lotto thus they shall not commence
    > delivery until they are paid.We will outline all procedures involved in prize remittance process
    > to you.We will also assign you a Super Prize Number with which you are eligible to collect your
    > winning sum within the stipulated time.Below are the options and duration for delivery.
    >
    > Receive your money via any of the channel below:
    >
    > Option 1: Delivery Company,
    > 48 HOURS DELIVERY
    > TOTAL...£345.00
    >
    > The hard copy of all relevant lottery winning documents which includes a winning certificate,
    > clear source of funds certificate and a certified bank cheque for £782, 000.00(Seven Hundred and
    > Eighty-Two Thousand Great Britain Pounds) has been deposited with our affiliate courier &
    > logistics company(World Courier Delivery Company) for onward delivery to you.
    >
    >
    > Option 2: Bank to Bank
    >
    > The said amount £782, 000.00GBP (Seven Hundred and Eight -Two Thousand Great Britain Pounds)
    >, will be wired to your Local bank account via online bank transfer.Condition: The cost of A.O.A
    > (Activition of Online Account) being charged by our transferring bank, which is £650.00 GBP will
    > be paid by you
    >
    > You are to send an email to me with your delivery option.
    >
    > Kindly keep us updated on your proceedings with our courier affiliate, it is important that you
    > do notify us on receipt of your winning documents to enable us update our records. Should you
    > require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.
    >
    > Best regards,
    > Paul E. Wilbert.
    > Senior Fiduciary Officer.
    > (+[protected]

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  • Ba
    bahaa ahmad el naggar Jan 04, 2010

    Good evening everyone
    I Anbatly message on ÇáÇãíá Btaay Yahoo Bet'oul and I won a prize sticking to share this true or false e)

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  • Th
    thomas trent Feb 17, 2010

    dont forget these scams even have idiots that work for them leaving "this is true" rubbish to get you to send your bank details etc.

    Dont fall for it. If you didnt enter then you paid nothing. Every lottery needs a fund to pay from and if no one entered then where the hell is the fund ???????????????/

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  • Pa
    Patricia Mbago Aug 09, 2010

    I usuallly tell them tha I am out of the country, they can contact the British High Commission of that country
    or "HOW many people do you still con by this old stupid method?"

    or I have jsut come out of jail for cybercrime. I was in for 14 years, do you want to try me?

    or "Ih too late, I am dead"
    or " go to hell"

    It easy... the meseges stop.. for some time...

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  • Fe
    ferdivasi Oct 14, 2010
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    i got an email that say i won £890, 000.00

    Complaint Rating:
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    [protected]@hotmail.it

    i got this email..and i wanna know is it real or just a scam..


    UK NATIONAL LOTTO GROUP

    89York Street
    Westminster, London W1H 1QG
    UNITED KINGDOM
    Reference#: GBLON/102CG72/77A
    Cash Prize: 890, 000.00 Pounds Sterlinge-
    Ticket #: 361/713/341/746
    Congratulations, You have won the above cash prize via your e-mail address which was randomly selected from the World Wide Web and attached to a lucky e-ticket in our online lotto sweepstakes promo held 11th September, 2010 in London, United Kingdom. To file for claim, do contact our claims agent via e-mail as given below providing your full name(s), full address, telephone #, nationality, country of residence & reference # (same as above) for due processing and remittance of your prize money. Remember, to file for your claim is free, do not tender payment for any claims charge.
    ********************************
    Claims Agent: Morgan Ellis Email: [protected]@nat-lottplay.com
    ********************************
    Claims processing may take a period between 24hrs - 72 hrs.
    Yours faithfully,
    David Grant
    Online Coordinator

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  • Kk
    kkishore Nov 12, 2010

    same email i received today.
    and i replied back as Sorry, i don't f..k Gays.

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  • Fa
    fat71 Dec 08, 2010
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    e-TICKET # - [protected]

    Compliments of the day to you, I am very pleased to inform you that remittance modalities has been concluded and funds release authorization was granted by the National Lottery Board for the disbursement of your lottery cash prize.

    The hard copy of your lottery winning documents and a certified bank cheque for £826.000.00(Eight Hundred and Twenty-Six Thousand Pounds Sterling) has been issued in favour of your names(Fatmir Hyseni) as the legitimate recipient of the informed lottery prize.

    Kindly make available your delivery/postal address so my office may proceed with dispatching your lottery prize to you.

    I await the requested details to be of complete service to you.

    Regards,
    David N. Barlow
    Senior Fiduciary Officer
    UK National Lotto Group
    Office Line: [protected]
    Office Fax: [protected]
    Email: [protected]@uknl-office.com

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  • Ab
    abusayid Nov 29, 2011

    today I got this mail, it is clear that this is scam


    UK National Lotto GroupGlobal e-Promo OfficeTolpits Lane, Watford, Herts WD18 9RN England 29th November 2011 e-Ticket Winner, Reference#: GBL24/3204008/025/01Cash Prize: £1, 216, 000.00 Pounds Sterlinge-Ticket #: [protected] Congratulations, You have won the above cash prize via your e-mail address which wasrandomly selected from the World Wide Web and attached to a lucky e-ticketon our online sweepstakes promotions draws held on Wednesday, 16th ofNovember, 2011 in London, United Kingdom. To file for claim, do contact our claims agent via e-mail as given belowproviding your full name(s), full address, telephone # & reference # (sameas above) for due processing and remittance of your prize money; Agent: Mr. Adam Surmane-mail: [protected]@uknl-centre.comTel/Fax: +[protected] Claims processing may take a period between 24hrs - 72 hrs. Yours faithfully, Prof. Owen BarnesOnline Coordinator

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  • Ph
    Philani Sep 21, 2012

    I really dont understand, i never played any U.K. lotto hence i dont even know were U.K. is now they have me winning 2.5million pounds. Isaid donate to a charity of your choice and no one came back to me. I wonder what they benefit from the mails.
    Philani. { South Africa.}

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    marriyam satti Dec 08, 2012

    My brother has got an email with same story n i wana knw iz it true??

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