We ahppily announce to you the draw (1155) of the U.K. National e-Lottery, online Sweepstakes International."Your email address" attached to ticket number "56475600545 188" with srial number "5368/02" drew the lucky numbers. You have been approved to claim a total of 2,000,000.00 (Two Million Pounds Sterling). To file your claim contact our fiduciary agentbelow.
Susan Patricks (Mrs) Email address given,
I sent off claim and received another email stating that I had to contact the Post Bank UK with my File details, ticket number etc. Also my name and address and phone number. This I did.
I then received another email stating the claim had been sent to The British High Court for appends/ The court approved the winnings and hence the winning certificate has been drafted and the probate registry has witnessed the approval. Kindly note that a copy of the Original of your winning certificate will be sent to you via fax as soon as possible and the original of the certificate with other relative documents from the court and the probate registry, has been forwarded to the Bank for onward Transfer of your winnings. Kindly contact the Paying Bank give them all your winning combination codes as reference for them to be able to attend to your claim.
Post Bank UK Emma Thompson (QC) I emailed a reply and then I received another email.
GoodDay Sir/Madam, We welcome you to the Post Bank United Kingdom office. Ssubject to the forwarded email from you in regards to your lottery claims application which all content had been noted, be advised that on emergency purpose of transaction this office isopen to receive your calls from the hours of 8 am to 4 pm Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 1pm Saturdays. However to further process your claims, attached to this email is a copy of your clients application form. You are required to fill the attached form and submit back to our accounts department via the information below, for their onward processing.
Mr Gregory Anderson Account Office. Further directives will be forwarded to you from our accounts department uupon their receipt of your application form. Form can be submitted by email or faxed. Your response should be swift.
The attached form wanted to know everything about me including my bank details. This form I did not return and it was the last email that I received that convinced me that this was a hoax and rip-off.