Example Lottery Scam Email

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Type Lottery
Terms GBP 6.5 Million Winnings
Amount

GBP 6.5 Million, GBP 13 Million, 350 Million

Entites LUCKY STRIKE LOTTERY UK, CASH CHANGE UK LTD,
Country UK
Excuse False Accusations/Imprisonment of owner
Email :fina_direct13@cashchangelimited.net, anonymous@air406.startdedicated.com, luckystrike.lotteryuk@laposte.net,
Received 21 June 2004
Relays entityhosting.com [69.64.34.242] (air406.startdedicated.com)  
Notes Typical scam, warns about keeping this a secret, there's always some mix-up of names and numbers so hey warn against 'unscrupulous people'.

From: The Lottery Coordinator,
International Promotions/Prize Award Department


Dear Winner,

              RESULTS FOR CATEGORY "A" DRAWS

Congratulations to you as we bring to your notice, the results of the First Category draws of LUCKY STRIKE LOTTERY UK. We are happy to inform you that you have emerged a winner under the First Category, which is part of our promotional draws. The draws were held on the day prior to your notification and results are being officially announced . Participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 2,500,000names/email addresses of individuals and companies from Africa, America, Asia, Australia, Europe, Middle East, and Oceania as part of our International Promotions Program.

You/Your company, attached to ticket number 6422-5-486, with serial number 59-18 drew the lucky numbers 33-92-78-05 (18) and consequently won in the First Category.

You have therefore been awarded a lump sum pay out of £6,500,000 (Six million, five hundred thousand Great Britain Pounds), which is the winning payout for Category A winners. This is from the total prize money of £13,000,000 shared among the 2 winners in this category.

CONGRATULATIONS!

Your fund is now deposited with our transfer agents CASH CHANGE UK LTD and insured in your name. 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 transferring your claims has been completed, and your funds remitted to your account. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming or unscrupulous acts by participants/non participants of this program.

We also wish to bring to your notice our end of year premium stakes draw where you stand a chance of winning up to £50 million; we hope that with a part of your prize you will participate.

Please contact your claims agent immediately for due processing and remittance of your prize money to a designated account of your choice:
 
Mr. Andrew Young, Foreign Department Manager,
Cash Change UK Ltd
Foreign Service Number: + 88216 4665 5376
Tel:   +44 2070600695
FAX:   +44 2079002649
EMAIL:fina_direct13@cashchangelimited.net


You are advised to contact our agents by both email and fax within a week of receiving this notice. Failure to do so may warrant Disqualification.

NOTE: For easy reference and identification, find below your reference and Batch numbers. Remember to quote these numbers in every one of your correspondences with your claims agent.

REFERENCE NUMBER: LSLUK/2031/8161/04
BATCH NUMBER: R3/A312-59

Congratulations once again from all our staff and thank you for being part of our promotions program.


Sincerely,

THE LOTTERY COORDINATOR,
LUCKY STRIKE LOTTERY UK
12 BRIDGE STREET,
STAINES MIDDLESEX TW18 4TP UK


N.B: Any breach of confidentiality on the part of the winners will result to disqualification. Please Contact your Claims agent immediately.

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