Saturday, May 12, 2012

BLACKBERRY PROMOTION AWARD LONDON 2012 / Joe Clark / Lottery Scam Fraud




 
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Date: Sat, 12 May 2012 11:56:45 +0100 (BST)
From: Black Berry 
Reply-To: Black Berry 
Subject: BLACKBERRY LONDON PROMOTION AWARD FORM (FILL AND RETURN)
 
BLACKBERRY PROMOTION AWARD LONDON 2012,Your Email address was selected through the Ballot generated eletronic machine along with two latest blackberry touch mobile phones and a HP laptop Dual Core pentium M. with the winning prize of ($1,000,000.00).

It was a randum sellection of emaill addresses conducted via the internet that your email address was luckily picked as one of our lucky winner.

FILL AND SEND THIS FORM BACK IMMEDIATELY

1.Full Name.........................
2.Country............................
3.House Address.........................
4.Mobile Number.........................
5.Occupation.................................
6.Scan and Send Identification proof.....................
Prizes will be deliver to any lucky winners within 48 hours.

Feel free to email or call us back for more details.

We are Glad to be at your service,congratulations!!!

Best Regards.
Coordinator, 
Mr. Joe Clark.
 BlackBerry Company London.

12 comments:

  1. This is what i received today!! Is it a scam too?? How can i be sure?


    13 Muirhead Quay Fresh
    Wharf EstateHighbridge Road
    Essex IG11 7BWUnited Kingdom,London

    IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED THIS MESSAGE, PLEASE CALL: +447035947237 AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AS DIRECTED.
    Dear Esteemed Claims Applicant,
    We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Mobile Promotional Draws. All Mobile Number entered for this promotional draws were randomly inputted from all mobile telecommunication network resource database using the Synchronized Random Selection System (SRSS).
    The payout of your cash prize to you will be subject to the final validations and satisfactory report that you are the authentic owner of the winning Mobile Number that received the SMS/TEXT Message.
    In line with the statutory procedure governing the claims of won prizes, you are required to produce the particulars below:
    ==============================================================================================
    VERIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
    1. SCANNED COPY / INTERNATIONAL ID OR DRIVER'S LICENSE:
    2. FULL NAMES:
    3. GENDER:
    4. MARITAL STATUS:
    5. OCCUPATION:
    6. ANNUAL INCOME:
    7. NATIONALITY:
    8. MOBILE NUMBER (Mobile number that received the sms):
    9. ALTERNATE MOBILE/PHONE NUMBER:
    10. ALTERNATE EMAIL:
    11. RESIDENTAIL ADDRESS:
    12. CLAIM OPTIONS (Option A or B ):
    13. AMOUNT WON:
    14. PAYMENT NUMBER:
    ==============================================================================================
    CLAIM OPTIONS
    (KINDLY SELECT THE CLAIMS OPTION YOU SUITABLE TO RECEIVE YOUR PRIZE)

    Option A:
    Visit London: In line with the British Gaming Council statutory procedure to validate the final remittance of won prizes conducted in the United Kingdom, winners are required to visit London to procure their Prize Authorization Letter (PAL) from the British Gaming Council in person. The Prize Authorization Letter (PAL) is an approval letter which gives you the sole right to your won prize. This is made mandatory for International Winners (Non UK citizens).

    Option B:
    Courier Delivery: Winners unable to travel to London considering distance or job schedule, your won prize will be sent to you through Courier Services. Within three (3) working days Diplomatic Delivery by our affiliate Diplomatic Courier Company at your given address, which has been made available for all International Winners who cannot travel to London. Winner's who opt for courier will be responsible for INSURANCE Charges, which have to be paid to Insurance Company here in London before the Courier Company will commence on delivery to your given address.
    ==============================================================================================
    TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CLAIMS

    Any falsification of the above VERIFICATION REQUIREMENTS will render your claims null and void.
    You must be 18 years of age and above to be eligible for claims.
    Specify the CLAIMS OPTIONS suitable for the claims of your prize.
    Information of your prize should be kept strictly confidential for security reasons until you have received your won prize.
    Friends and relatives cannot claim prize on winners behalf. Any breach of the above terms and condition will lead to prize confiscation.

    ==============================================================================================

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    1. There is no such thing as a "Synchronized Random Selection System (SRSS)". The only way you win a lottery is if you buy a ticket and didn't buy a ticket to this lottery because it doesn't exist! Please go back to the top and read those articles: All lottery emails are scams! Only scammers use contact numbers that begin with +44 70 as they are pretending to be in the UK, when they are not!

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    2. hi good morning,i recieve one massage from this blackberry promotion,that my mobile number is won..is this is true or this is only a joke....thank u so much pls reply me as soon as possible..cos am doubt that how come my number is won....

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    3. it's a scam! That's why it is posted here!!! Read the title of the Blog "419 Advance Fee Scam". Read the articles at the top! You can't win a lottery without a buying a ticket!!!!

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    4. tnx for ur reply..so how they will know that my number is won so how can u prove it.and this morning i call from UK and he said that i need to fill up the form here and i will send it back to him..ok thank u so much and i need your reply....

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    5. As I have told repeatedly, its a scam! The trick is to get you to think that you won the lottery! They send out these SMS to EVERYBODY not just you. Some people are stupid enough to believe it. They fill out the form and give a scammer all their personal information so that he can potentially steal their identity. Then they send in fees to claim a non-existent price. If that's what you want to do, you go ahead. Remember, a fool and his money are soon parted.

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  2. i also received this email but cannot get to any of the numbers

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  3. It's a scam, that's why its posted here! If you can't get to any of the numbers that's a good thing, because you'd just end up losing your money! Please read: "Contact Nos. Starting With "+44 70" = Scam!" and "All Winning Lottery Emails Are Scams!"

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  4. i have got the same mail...im suposed to call +44 79

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    1. It's a scam! There is no such thing as a lottery you win without buying a ticket! PERIOD! EVER! This lottery does not exist!

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  5. My friend got a mail from an englandmail, liason officer name was, Dr, frank Morgan, He also scan to my friend email natwest plc bank's cheque, which amount was five hundred thousand pounds, he ensure to him his money has sent from UK to India , after arrival my frnd will get the fund by Thursday, global courier charge will be 500 dollar, is it authentic notification ? would u suggest me any one regarding this issue ?

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    1. It is a scam. There is no fund. Do not pay any money!

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