AWARD WINNING NOTICE 3

I say this on every lottery post.  No organisation anywhere ever holds random lottery draws.  It just doesn’t happen.  You CANNOT WIN a lottery/draw that you haven’t entered.  These emails are all scams.  The scammer wants to take your money by charging you fees.  Ignore him or her.

AWARD WINNING NOTICE
Ref No.802/734/756
Batch No.975/7543093
Ticket/Series No.NL7596453
Amount Won: $2,500,000.00 USD

Attn: Email Bearer,

This is to formally inform and congratulate you on the result of the
online cyber lotto which was conducted from an exclusive list of
1,000.000 email addresses of individual and corporate bodies selected
by an advanced automated random computer ballot system from the internet.

Your e-mail address emerged as a winner in the category “A” with the
following information enclosed.

You are therefore to receive a cash prize of $2,500,000.00. (Two Million
Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars).

To file in for the processing of your prize winnings, you are advised to
contact our Certified and Accredited claims agent for category “A” winners
with the information below:
*************************************
Name: Kenneth Vermeer
Tel: +31-633 664 359
Fax: +31 84 746 0252
Email:claimofficerash@aol.nl
*************************************
You are advice to provide him with the following information and a copy of
your international passport or driver’s license via email attachment or by
fax for vetting process which is a standard practice just to ensure that
we are dealing with the right individual.

Names:
Telephone/Fax number:
Nationality:
Age:
Occupation:
Winning Email:
Identification I D:

NOTE: Ensure to quote your Reference Numbers in all your communication
with your claims agent. All winnings must be claimed not later than seven
working days, thereafter unclaimed funds would be included in the next stake.

Sincerely Yours,
Mr. Danny Blind
Lottery Coordinator.
www.lotto.nl

3 thoughts on “AWARD WINNING NOTICE

  1. Reply agil b ariffin Jan 20,2010 11:42 pm

    Microsoft Sweepstakes.
    Promotion Award Department.
    79 Bovill Road London.
    Ref:EGS/225125600/02

    OFFICIAL UPDATE
    Your profile was picked as the winner of One Million Eight Hundred and Fifty Thousand Pounds sterlings (£1,850,000.00)in cash credited to file KTU/9023118308/03.
    This is from a total sum of (£12,950,000.00) shared amongst seven winners
    This the results for the draws held on the 11th of November 2009 is now released to you today ,your profile and your email address is attached to ticket number 56475600545188 Serial number:5368/02 drew the lucky number -4-15-34-40-44-46 andbonus ball 45 in nthe draws
    Your profile was picked as a winner by an electronic ballot done randomly from social network users worldwide.
    Your fund is now safely deposited in an offshore bank and has a comprehensive insurancy policy cover.
    You are adviced to keep this information confidential until you conclude your claims process and to avoid double claiming.
    You are to follow procedures carefully so that your winnings could be duly remitted to you in your home country.
    You would therefore supply these informations to the fudiciary officer Mr.Atkins Lloyd (atkinlloyds(AT)yahoo.co.jp via e-mail
    1.Names in full
    2.Nationality.
    3.Telephone and fax number
    4.Occupation
    5.E-mail address
    6.Sex
    7.Age
    8.Full contact address
    Yours faithfully,
    Mr.Mcmillan Grimes
    +447045755666
    Are this true?olso the fudiciary officer mr Atkins Lloyd could not get him????until now is northing…..

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  2. Reply Leon Carey Jan 5,2010 4:14 pm

    I agree. A few years ago a similar email came my way. Being in a financial bind I succumbed to the carrot that was dangling before me of a lottery and sure enough it was a scam, though I tried for anything is possible. I became involved in actively trying several email scams from representing a company or individual here in the USA. They all wanted me to pay a fee upfront first even though they promised me a bunch. When I came to my senses I began to research scams. I ended up writing a self-help guide on how to, how not to, what to do if, and who to contact if. I comprised data from agencies of the USA, Canada, the UK, and Interpol. The book is called ‘Scammers Among Us Beware’ published by Eloquent Books. It cam be viewed and purchased on EloquentBooks.com, Amazon.com, BN.com, Borders.com, and Bookers.com. Check it out for it just might save you your bankroll. Thank you.

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  3. Reply Small Feesh Jan 4,2010 10:07 pm

    Lol

    So they don’t know your name:

    “Attn: Email Bearer,”

    But they want to check you are the right person!

    “vetting process which is a standard practice just to ensure that we are dealing with the right individual”

    LOLOLOL!

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