Friday, February 15, 2013

British International Powerball Lottery Program / Fake Lottery Scam

Contact Nos. Starting With "+44 70" = Scam
Why All Winning Lottery Emails And SMS's Are Scams!  
                                                  LONDON UNITED KINGDOM
                           Headquater:136 Regent Road Manchester,HG2 1LX United Kingdom

Dear Email Owner,

British International Powerball Lottery Program wishes to inform you the results of the collective E-mail address ballot lottery award by the British International LotterProgram held in UK on 2013. Your emailAddress is among the jackpot lucky winners for the sum of £1,000,000.00 (One Million British Pounds Only)for this month, Prize promotion award which is organized by International Monetary fund and VISA CARD.

This result is now made available to you and your email address attached in the Category A draw lucky numberand the Powerball No. Participants were selected through a computerized ballot system drawn from companyand individual email addresses. To claim your prize contact Mr. Mark Steven in London by this Email ( ) Tel+447031741908 and also furnish him with the followings for your claim.

Name (in Full) :

Telephone No.:
Fax No.:
Amount Won: £ 1,000,000.00
Reference Nº:UKPB0031894/35
Batch Nº:56741159

Ticket Nº:91AW6788424622
Winning No: 6 14 16 20 31 36 Bonus 8

We wish you the best of luck as you spend your good fortune in this season.
Yours Sincerely,
Mr. Jack Walker  
(UK Information and Promotion Manager)

Warning: For security reasons your winning information is not to be disclosed until your money prize is successful handed over to you to avoid disqualification that may arise from double claim. You may also receive similar message from people portraying to be other Organizations. This is solely to collect your personal information from you and lay claim over your winning. In event that you receive any thing similar to the notification letter that was sent to you kindly delete it and give no further correspondence to such organization or body. Person under 18 years of age is not allowed to claim prize.                                 International power ball lottery organization (UK) Copy right © 2010

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