Saturday, February 16, 2013

British Telecommunications Company / Fake Lottery Scam

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BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATONSS COMPANY

United Kingdom.     


Dear Beneficiary,

We acknowledge the receipt of your mail concerning the winning notification as earlier sent to you from our Awards Department. The 2013 Award of British Telecommunications Company of England is no doubt, a momentous achievement in the chequered history of this Organization. Your winning fund of ($850,000.00 US Dollars) is deposited with our Affiliate Bank here in United Kingdom in a temporary Account and shall be sent to you on the Approval of your payment. You will receive this fund by TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFER [BANK WIRE].

On behalf of the entire staff of the Organization, I wish to congratulate the Director and other non-Governmental organizations who have in no little way contributed immensely towards the success of this draw as well as taking concrete steps towards it's actualization.
Your Email address was selected randomly through our Computer Ballot System from World Email Directories. This promotion is part of the financial empowerment program of the 

British Telecommunications Company of United Kingdom in it's desire to Reward our Numerous Customers Worldwide.
You are advised to complete the below form and send with the fund release Application Letter to BARCLAYS BANK PLC on this e-mail: barclaysbkplc@live.com  to enable them start the process of release your winning fund to you.
Full name....................................................
Address.......................................................
Age.............................................................
Sex..............................................................
Nationality....................................................
Home Telephone #........................................
Mobile Telephone #.......................................

E-mail address.............................................
Marital Status...............................................
Occupation..................................................

PAYMENT OPTION.

BANK TELEGRAPHIC WIRE TRANSFER.

(BANK TELEGRAPHIC WIRE TRANSFER) PROVIDE YOUR BANKING DETAILS BELOW;

BANK NAME:.......................................................
BANK ADDRESS:.................................................
BANK CODE:.......................................................

SWIFT CODE:......................................................

ACCOUNT HOLDER NAME:..................................
ACCOUNT NO:.....................................................
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FOREIGN REMITTANCE DEPARTMENT 
BARCLAYS BANK PLC.

Sir,
          APPLICATION FOR FUND RELEASE
I write to apply for the release of my winning fund with regards to the winning notification that was received on my Mobile from Coca-Cola Company of England. I was made to believe that this sum ($850,000.00 US Dollars) is deposited in a temporary Account in your Bank.
I hereby request that the above mentioned sum be remitted to me at the earliest. on the mention.
Yours Faithfully
(Your Full Name)
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We are still processing your Certificate of award and it shall be sent to you when we are done. Confidentiality must be maintained to avoid disqualification that may arise from double claim. Do not hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any difficulties in understanding the process as I will always be here to help you. 
   
Let me know when the Bank contacts you.

YOUR FAITHFULLY. 
MR.DANA FILIP-GRANDAL,
OFFICE TEL NO: +447017045364
Officer In-charge, COEFA (Zone F)
Public Welfare Department,
British Telecoms Award Lottery Company
London, United Kingdom
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                                  ©British Telecommunications Company Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary.
                                         Copyright © 2012-2013 British Telecommunications Company Inc. All rights reserved

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