From William Wilcox

I’ve just had a week’s holiday.   I came back to find so many scams that I simply deleted them rather than spend time adding them here.  Not to worry – the scammers haven’t taken a break and new scams are arriving daily.  So, now that I’ve unpacked and got back into work mode – here is the first of the latest crop of scams.

“Mr Wilcox” claims to be a dishonest employee of the Euro Million Lottery.  Would you trust someone who cliams to be dishonest????  I hope you wouldn’t.   “Mr Wilcox” dishonest is no only dishonest, he’s a liar.  He doesn’t work for Euro Millions, he’s a scammer who is hoping to get his hands on your money by charging you fees.  Delete his email and don’t reply

Good day,
My name is Mr.William Wilcox, I work in the Euro Million Lottery.
I have a proposal for you. I can make you a winner of 4,528,000GBP in the ongoing Euro million online sweepstakes promo, if you are willing to share the proceeds with me 50-50.

Just a brief, you just have to register online for the lottery draws online; due to my position in the company I can make it happen that you will be a winner of the above stated amount. Obviously, everybody would like to play a lottery if they are assured of winning. I am assuring you today that you will be a winne, please do not
take for granted this once in a life time opportunity as we both stand to collectively gain from this at the success of the transaction.

Should you be willing to assist me in this transaction please send your name, address and phone number by return email


Mr.William Wilcox