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I am so lucky, details below. St. Johns Court - Easton Street HP11 1JX - High Wycombe Buckinghamshire United Kingdom Reference Number: DF-100511 Batch Number: 074/05/ZY369 …
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I am so lucky, details below.


St. Johns Court - Easton Street
HP11 1JX - High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire
United Kingdom

Reference Number: DF-100511
Batch Number: 074/05/ZY369

WINNING NOTIFICATION:

In the final draw of 11th day of April 2009 Your e-mail address attached to Ticket Number: 8603775966738 with the following Winning Numbers:6, 18, 40, 43, 47, 49, 32 (bonus no.32) has won you £500,000.00 G.B.P. (Five Hundred thousand Great British Pounds) in the ongoing HYUNDAI AUTOMOBILE 2009 awareness program lottery.
You are to contact Mr.Rice Cooke the fiduciary agent via email ([email protected]) Tel: +44-703-5979-396 with the information stated below to validate your claims:

1.FULL NAMES OF BENEFICIARY:
2.RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:
3.DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH:
4.PHONE/FAX NUMBERS:
5.NAME AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN:
6.SEX:
7.OCCUPATION:
8.MARITAL STATUS:
9.AMOUNT WON:
10.WINNING EMAIL:
11.NATIONALITY:
N.B. Your response should be sent to ([email protected]) as email sent to any other address will not be attended to.
Yours Sincerely
Koth Stephanie
Announcer Hyundai Lottery
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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banned#1
dont forget to send them all your bank details and passwords:-D
#2
dog_cop
dont forget to send them all your bank details and passwords:-D


Already done,lol.
Sent them my house title deeds for security against the 500,000, had to or they wouldn't release the monies,
#3
look on the bright side.. at least the money is staying in britain and not going to nigeria or something:oops:
#4
While those of us who use computers a lot laugh at these scams, there are plenty of people who fall for them.

See here just last week where the police raided a property and found 22,000 cheques for a lottery scam.

http://www.thisissomerset.co.uk/news/35m-lottery-fraud-largest-Britain/article-899618-detail/article.html

If you have any friends, relatives (perhaps elderly), or other people you know who are NOT computer savvy it may be helpful to point out to them that not everything they receive via an email is true.

I know not all scams come via emial, some come via the post, but some people, particularly older people who may have grown up in a more trusting time, do fall for them. Perhaps spend a bit of time with them explaining how these scams work.

After all, you dont want to see your elderly grannie scammed out of thousands of pounds.
#5
guilbert53
While those of us who use computers a lot laugh at these scams, there are plenty of people who fall for them.

See here just last week where the police raided a property and found 22,000 cheques for a lottery scam.

http://www.thisissomerset.co.uk/news/35m-lottery-fraud-largest-Britain/article-899618-detail/article.html

If you have any friends, relatives (perhaps elderly), or other people you know who are NOT computer savvy it may be helpful to point out to them that not everything they receive via an email is true.

I know not all scams come via emial, some come via the post, but some people, particularly older people who may have grown up in a more trusting time, do fall for them. Perhaps spend a bit of time with them explaining how these scams work.

After all, you dont want to see your elderly grannie scammed out of thousands of pounds.


That's why I post them here as when someone googles the details of the scam then hopefully will find this post read it and find that its a dodgy email letter etc.. :thumbsup:
#6
a professional automobile/lottery company with an @hotmail.co.uk email address... seems legit' to me.
[mod]#7
Thanks for the details........just claimed on your behalf. :w00t: I'm rich, rich i tell ya. :lol:
#8
LOL at "Mr Rice Cooke"
#9
I would call him and play along with it as much as possible to waste his time. It does look like a valid telephone number?
#10
I won that last week, and it hasnt changed me a bit - im still the same person :(
#11
Its obvious how good they are being giving this money away since they cant even afford their own e-mail servers any more and are having to rely on Hotmail. you should send them a really nice thankyou letter aswell.

Congratulations mate, how do you plan to spend your winnings?
#12
found another one this time its BMW who also run lottery from hotmail account
THE INTERNATIONAL AWARENESS PROMOTION
DEPARTMENT OF THE BMW AUTOMOBILE COMPANY.
41 Wigmore Street London W1U 1PJ, United Kingdom,

Draw date:16th/03/2009

WINNING NOTIFICATION:

In the final draw of 16th day of March 2009 Your e-mail address attached to=
Ticket Number: 8603775966738 with the following Winning Numbers:6, 18, 40,=
43,
47, 49, 32 (bonus no.32) has won you =A3500,000.00 G.B.P. (Five Hundred tho=
usand Great British Pounds) in the ongoing BMW AUTOMOBILE 2009 awareness pr=
ogram
lottery.

You are to contact Mr.Barry Johnson the fiduciary agent with details below
Email: [email protected][email protected]">[email protected][email protected]>
Tel +44-703-5979-396

with the information stated below to validate your claims:

1.FULL NAMES OF BENEFICIARY:
2.RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:
3.DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH:
4.PHONE/FAX NUMBERS:
5.NAME AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN:
6.SEX:
7.OCCUPATION:
8.MARITAL STATUS:
9.AMOUNT WON:
10.WINNING EMAIL:
11.NATIONALITY:

N.B. Your response should be sent to ([email protected][email protected]">[email protected]>) as email sent to any other address will not be atte=
nded to.

Yours Sincerely
Patterson Cara
Announcer BMW Lottery
banned#13
mixed comments, im presuming its fake, or is it legit??
#14
dj_urban
mixed comments, im presuming its fake, or is it legit??


As fake as Jordans old boobs.
The comments are all sarcasm ;)
banned#15
Jetpac
As fake as Jordans old boobs.
The comments are all sarcasm ;)




lol iv been a victim of fraud bloody nigerians, no bank card at the mo and the stole almost a grand out of my bank, need to wait 15-21 days to get money back, all i use is paypal, playstation networks so god knows how my account or card got compramised :?
#16
dj_urban
lol iv been a victim of fraud bloody nigerians, no bank card at the mo and the stole almost a grand out of my bank, need to wait 15-21 days to get money back, all i use is paypal, playstation networks so god knows how my account or card got compramised :?


i imagine it may have been through paypal?
i had my identity stolen, all my email addresses hacked and passwords changed due to what i think was a trogan or keylogger accidentally downloaded by my sister.

could have been one of many ways mate :/

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