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Complaint Review: UK National Lottery - JaretteMcDouglas

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  • Submitted: Sun, February 18, 2007
  • Updated: Tue, February 20, 2007

  • Reported By:cheyenne Wyoming
UK National Lottery - JaretteMcDouglas
25 Curzon Street, Harrogate, Southwest LondonHG1 2YR,United Kingdom. Harrogate,, United Kingdom

UK National Lottery - Jarette McDouglas lottery winner ripoff Harrogate, United Kingdom

*Consumer Comment: stop the dead beats

*Consumer Comment: english pounds to dollar

*Consumer Suggestion: more scams yet all the same....

*Consumer Suggestion: more scams yet all the same....

*Consumer Suggestion: more scams yet all the same....

*Consumer Suggestion: more scams yet all the same....

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I received this e-mail stating that I won a national lottery. It went as follows:

Batch Number: 573881545-UK/2007
Validation Number: PP 3502/8707-01

Attn:Trudy,

We wish to inform you that, your claim files have been successfully processed and approved for payment. All arrangement has been finalized accordingly. Having done a proper verification, we found you worthy of the sum of GBP 1,500,000.00 (One Million Five Hundred Thousand Pounds) credited to the file reference number: Ref Number: SS 9590 ES 9414 and as such, further notification has been passed to the Lottery Payment Service (LPS) to make out a cheque in your name.

In view of the above, you are advised to choose from the below listed delivery options to enable us complete the necessary formalities and delivered your cheque and original copy of your lottery award winning certificate to your resident immediately.

1: Express Plus: In this option, you would be required to receive your certified bank cheque and the original copy of your lottery award winning certificate within 24 hours.

2: Express: In this second option, your certified bank cheque and the original copy of your lottery award winning certificate will arrives your resident within 48-72 hours.

NOTE: You will be responsible to shoulder the cost of courier to deliver the parcel to your resident as explained below.

EXPRESS PLUS : The cost of courier required in this option is 462 (Four Hundred & Sixty Two Pound)

EXPRESS: The cost of courier required in this second option is 310 (Three Hundred & Ten Pound)

Importantly, do understand that this amount can not be deducted from your winning because a cheque of your total winning amount would be made out in your name. Consequently, the charges must be paid to our office by you before the delivery.

Kindly notify us your choice of delivery so that, we can advice you on how to transfer the courier charges to our office for immediate actions.

Once more, we say congratulations to you on behalf of the lottery payment service.

We hope to hear from you soon.

Yours faithfully,

Jarette McDouglas
Fiduciary Agent
Tel: +447024066050,+447024026322
For: The U.K National Lottery.

Trudy
cheyenne, Wyoming
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

stop the dead beats

AUTHOR: Trudy - (U.S.A.)

I wrote back to the individual and let them know that the info I sent them about me was bogas. Here's a copy of what I wrote:

By the way, all of the info I sent you about me, is bogus just like the shit you are trying to scam me out of and I turned you in for fraud and internet scamming so in the future, you'd better make wiser choices regarding who you choose to sucker into your rip off scams because YOU WILL GO TO JAIL?. It's only a matter of time, and this is a government e-mail address which is monitored by the federal government. So look out and stop screwing with the USA. Here's a word of advice, GET A F*#@ing JOB!

signed,
someone who actually works for a living.

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#2 Consumer Comment

english pounds to dollar

AUTHOR: Nadine - (U.S.A.)

Trudy,

I need to add to your post.

The amount to the courier company has to be paid in US-dollar. Therefore, Express would be $605.00 and Express Plus would be $903.00 which of course goes to the cons. Let them achieve that 100 times and they are set anyway from $60.000 to $90.000

What angers me the most these discusting people due that every day just like other people put in a hard and HONEST days work.

I am so repulsed to see this happen that I want to shout from the roof tops "Let them be hunted and stoped".

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#3 Consumer Suggestion

more scams yet all the same....

AUTHOR: Nadine - (U.S.A.)

Hello Trudy,

Some more examples with the same or similar text you posted always trying to get your personal info, for you to contact them and to keep extremely confidential about this, even to close family members

THE LOTTERY DEPARTMENT MERCEDES-BENZ
22 Garden Close, Stamford,
Lincs, PE9 2YP, London
United Kingdom
The sender is an address from Canada, robertrbarr@shaw.ca and I contacted Mercedes which has no such lottery and I love Mercedes.

Who wouldn't love to drive such car and to top it 1000.00 British Pounds cash comes with this car.
2007 LOTTERY PRIZE AWARD DEPT with a contact address mail:europeanprize_award11@yahoo.com.hk
Tel:++31-644-863-856
Fax: 31-205-248-266
These phone numbers are false since they are placed within the USA network

YAHOO! PROMOTIONS (Wau.I won. 500,000.00)
FROM: THE DESK OF THE PROMOTIONS MANAGER
INTERNATIONAL GRANTS/PRIZE AWARD DEPT
MR GEORGE POWET
REMMITANCE DIRECTOR
YAHOO PROMOTIONS UK
44 Moorfields London EC2Y 9AL UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: (+44) 7031926508, (+44) 7031943129
Email: agentgeorgepowet@yahoo.com.hk ,

I send and reported this bogus fraudulent mail immediately to yahoo-spam and costumer service.

The Lottery Department Toyota Car Promotions (another brand new car and more money this time 600,000.00)
Mr. Barry Peterson.
Haandvaerkervej 8,1 UK-9000 Aalborg
United Kingdom
Email:contactbarrypeterson@yahoo.co.uk
Phone Number:+44 7011141288
Same, contacting Toyota... no promotion, lottery, or cash of any kind

I received above e-mails within 30 minutes and if they were all true by golly I would be rich in the speed of lightning but any humor aside I am working in the criminal justice field and internet fraud is part of the World Wide Web yet can be stopped.

Hope this can be a bit of help to all that are reading this, receiving such mails, contemplating and believing these scams are real and there life could be changed.

Sounds too good to be true, well it is people

These and similar mails are received by millions daily from all over the world. According to the FBI International con artists use lottery scams such as this to defraud Americans out of more than $120 million a year.

Further, Federal law prohibits the cross-border sale or purchase of lottery tickets by phone or mail.

Foreign lottery scam artists will drain your bank account or steal the money you sent to pay for the tickets, duties, and taxes.

The FBI website is giving valuable info regarding these scams and how it can be stopped in that for example the FBI partnered with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and others to identify, disrupt, and dismantle organizations perpetrating these schemes, to seize the proceeds of their operations, and to return stolen money to victims.

Thanks to these partnerships, a Canadian man was sentenced to 78 months in a U.S. prison on July 17 after pleading guilty to racketeering, mail and wire fraud, and conspiracy for his role in a lottery scheme that stole more than $8 million from elderly widows and widowers in the U.S.

Unfortunately for every scam stopped another comes up real fast. Only public exposure can stop these people since new scams have many similarities and only deviate slightly from the ones that are destroyed.

Further, according to FBI advice "Don't respond to calls, e-mails, or mailings promoting foreign lotteries. If you think you've been victimized by one of these scams, report it to your local FBI office. Or, if you were scammed online, file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center, a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center".

You better off buying state lottery tickets were you have more luck to win than ever seeing any winnings from these cons with there scams.

In my state a lot of Banks and Western Union warn costumers by posting warnings regarding these and other schemes including Nigerian letter fraud at every counter with contact info to the FBI, Local police or Crime Complaint Center.

Even our local Newspaper had several write ups with local Law Enforcement warnings and info. That in itself should WARN people.

Hope to hear from you soon Trudy
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

more scams yet all the same....

AUTHOR: Nadine - (U.S.A.)

Hello Trudy,

Some more examples with the same or similar text you posted always trying to get your personal info, for you to contact them and to keep extremely confidential about this, even to close family members

THE LOTTERY DEPARTMENT MERCEDES-BENZ
22 Garden Close, Stamford,
Lincs, PE9 2YP, London
United Kingdom
The sender is an address from Canada, robertrbarr@shaw.ca and I contacted Mercedes which has no such lottery and I love Mercedes.

Who wouldn't love to drive such car and to top it 1000.00 British Pounds cash comes with this car.
2007 LOTTERY PRIZE AWARD DEPT with a contact address mail:europeanprize_award11@yahoo.com.hk
Tel:++31-644-863-856
Fax: 31-205-248-266
These phone numbers are false since they are placed within the USA network

YAHOO! PROMOTIONS (Wau.I won. 500,000.00)
FROM: THE DESK OF THE PROMOTIONS MANAGER
INTERNATIONAL GRANTS/PRIZE AWARD DEPT
MR GEORGE POWET
REMMITANCE DIRECTOR
YAHOO PROMOTIONS UK
44 Moorfields London EC2Y 9AL UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: (+44) 7031926508, (+44) 7031943129
Email: agentgeorgepowet@yahoo.com.hk ,

I send and reported this bogus fraudulent mail immediately to yahoo-spam and costumer service.

The Lottery Department Toyota Car Promotions (another brand new car and more money this time 600,000.00)
Mr. Barry Peterson.
Haandvaerkervej 8,1 UK-9000 Aalborg
United Kingdom
Email:contactbarrypeterson@yahoo.co.uk
Phone Number:+44 7011141288
Same, contacting Toyota... no promotion, lottery, or cash of any kind

I received above e-mails within 30 minutes and if they were all true by golly I would be rich in the speed of lightning but any humor aside I am working in the criminal justice field and internet fraud is part of the World Wide Web yet can be stopped.

Hope this can be a bit of help to all that are reading this, receiving such mails, contemplating and believing these scams are real and there life could be changed.

Sounds too good to be true, well it is people

These and similar mails are received by millions daily from all over the world. According to the FBI International con artists use lottery scams such as this to defraud Americans out of more than $120 million a year.

Further, Federal law prohibits the cross-border sale or purchase of lottery tickets by phone or mail.

Foreign lottery scam artists will drain your bank account or steal the money you sent to pay for the tickets, duties, and taxes.

The FBI website is giving valuable info regarding these scams and how it can be stopped in that for example the FBI partnered with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and others to identify, disrupt, and dismantle organizations perpetrating these schemes, to seize the proceeds of their operations, and to return stolen money to victims.

Thanks to these partnerships, a Canadian man was sentenced to 78 months in a U.S. prison on July 17 after pleading guilty to racketeering, mail and wire fraud, and conspiracy for his role in a lottery scheme that stole more than $8 million from elderly widows and widowers in the U.S.

Unfortunately for every scam stopped another comes up real fast. Only public exposure can stop these people since new scams have many similarities and only deviate slightly from the ones that are destroyed.

Further, according to FBI advice "Don't respond to calls, e-mails, or mailings promoting foreign lotteries. If you think you've been victimized by one of these scams, report it to your local FBI office. Or, if you were scammed online, file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center, a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center".

You better off buying state lottery tickets were you have more luck to win than ever seeing any winnings from these cons with there scams.

In my state a lot of Banks and Western Union warn costumers by posting warnings regarding these and other schemes including Nigerian letter fraud at every counter with contact info to the FBI, Local police or Crime Complaint Center.

Even our local Newspaper had several write ups with local Law Enforcement warnings and info. That in itself should WARN people.

Hope to hear from you soon Trudy
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#5 Consumer Suggestion

more scams yet all the same....

AUTHOR: Nadine - (U.S.A.)

Hello Trudy,

Some more examples with the same or similar text you posted always trying to get your personal info, for you to contact them and to keep extremely confidential about this, even to close family members

THE LOTTERY DEPARTMENT MERCEDES-BENZ
22 Garden Close, Stamford,
Lincs, PE9 2YP, London
United Kingdom
The sender is an address from Canada, robertrbarr@shaw.ca and I contacted Mercedes which has no such lottery and I love Mercedes.

Who wouldn't love to drive such car and to top it 1000.00 British Pounds cash comes with this car.
2007 LOTTERY PRIZE AWARD DEPT with a contact address mail:europeanprize_award11@yahoo.com.hk
Tel:++31-644-863-856
Fax: 31-205-248-266
These phone numbers are false since they are placed within the USA network

YAHOO! PROMOTIONS (Wau.I won. 500,000.00)
FROM: THE DESK OF THE PROMOTIONS MANAGER
INTERNATIONAL GRANTS/PRIZE AWARD DEPT
MR GEORGE POWET
REMMITANCE DIRECTOR
YAHOO PROMOTIONS UK
44 Moorfields London EC2Y 9AL UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: (+44) 7031926508, (+44) 7031943129
Email: agentgeorgepowet@yahoo.com.hk ,

I send and reported this bogus fraudulent mail immediately to yahoo-spam and costumer service.

The Lottery Department Toyota Car Promotions (another brand new car and more money this time 600,000.00)
Mr. Barry Peterson.
Haandvaerkervej 8,1 UK-9000 Aalborg
United Kingdom
Email:contactbarrypeterson@yahoo.co.uk
Phone Number:+44 7011141288
Same, contacting Toyota... no promotion, lottery, or cash of any kind

I received above e-mails within 30 minutes and if they were all true by golly I would be rich in the speed of lightning but any humor aside I am working in the criminal justice field and internet fraud is part of the World Wide Web yet can be stopped.

Hope this can be a bit of help to all that are reading this, receiving such mails, contemplating and believing these scams are real and there life could be changed.

Sounds too good to be true, well it is people

These and similar mails are received by millions daily from all over the world. According to the FBI International con artists use lottery scams such as this to defraud Americans out of more than $120 million a year.

Further, Federal law prohibits the cross-border sale or purchase of lottery tickets by phone or mail.

Foreign lottery scam artists will drain your bank account or steal the money you sent to pay for the tickets, duties, and taxes.

The FBI website is giving valuable info regarding these scams and how it can be stopped in that for example the FBI partnered with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and others to identify, disrupt, and dismantle organizations perpetrating these schemes, to seize the proceeds of their operations, and to return stolen money to victims.

Thanks to these partnerships, a Canadian man was sentenced to 78 months in a U.S. prison on July 17 after pleading guilty to racketeering, mail and wire fraud, and conspiracy for his role in a lottery scheme that stole more than $8 million from elderly widows and widowers in the U.S.

Unfortunately for every scam stopped another comes up real fast. Only public exposure can stop these people since new scams have many similarities and only deviate slightly from the ones that are destroyed.

Further, according to FBI advice "Don't respond to calls, e-mails, or mailings promoting foreign lotteries. If you think you've been victimized by one of these scams, report it to your local FBI office. Or, if you were scammed online, file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center, a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center".

You better off buying state lottery tickets were you have more luck to win than ever seeing any winnings from these cons with there scams.

In my state a lot of Banks and Western Union warn costumers by posting warnings regarding these and other schemes including Nigerian letter fraud at every counter with contact info to the FBI, Local police or Crime Complaint Center.

Even our local Newspaper had several write ups with local Law Enforcement warnings and info. That in itself should WARN people.

Hope to hear from you soon Trudy
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#6 Consumer Suggestion

more scams yet all the same....

AUTHOR: Nadine - (U.S.A.)

Hello Trudy,

Some more examples with the same or similar text you posted always trying to get your personal info, for you to contact them and to keep extremely confidential about this, even to close family members

THE LOTTERY DEPARTMENT MERCEDES-BENZ
22 Garden Close, Stamford,
Lincs, PE9 2YP, London
United Kingdom
The sender is an address from Canada, robertrbarr@shaw.ca and I contacted Mercedes which has no such lottery and I love Mercedes.

Who wouldn't love to drive such car and to top it 1000.00 British Pounds cash comes with this car.
2007 LOTTERY PRIZE AWARD DEPT with a contact address mail:europeanprize_award11@yahoo.com.hk
Tel:++31-644-863-856
Fax: 31-205-248-266
These phone numbers are false since they are placed within the USA network

YAHOO! PROMOTIONS (Wau.I won. 500,000.00)
FROM: THE DESK OF THE PROMOTIONS MANAGER
INTERNATIONAL GRANTS/PRIZE AWARD DEPT
MR GEORGE POWET
REMMITANCE DIRECTOR
YAHOO PROMOTIONS UK
44 Moorfields London EC2Y 9AL UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: (+44) 7031926508, (+44) 7031943129
Email: agentgeorgepowet@yahoo.com.hk ,

I send and reported this bogus fraudulent mail immediately to yahoo-spam and costumer service.

The Lottery Department Toyota Car Promotions (another brand new car and more money this time 600,000.00)
Mr. Barry Peterson.
Haandvaerkervej 8,1 UK-9000 Aalborg
United Kingdom
Email:contactbarrypeterson@yahoo.co.uk
Phone Number:+44 7011141288
Same, contacting Toyota... no promotion, lottery, or cash of any kind

I received above e-mails within 30 minutes and if they were all true by golly I would be rich in the speed of lightning but any humor aside I am working in the criminal justice field and internet fraud is part of the World Wide Web yet can be stopped.

Hope this can be a bit of help to all that are reading this, receiving such mails, contemplating and believing these scams are real and there life could be changed.

Sounds too good to be true, well it is people

These and similar mails are received by millions daily from all over the world. According to the FBI International con artists use lottery scams such as this to defraud Americans out of more than $120 million a year.

Further, Federal law prohibits the cross-border sale or purchase of lottery tickets by phone or mail.

Foreign lottery scam artists will drain your bank account or steal the money you sent to pay for the tickets, duties, and taxes.

The FBI website is giving valuable info regarding these scams and how it can be stopped in that for example the FBI partnered with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and others to identify, disrupt, and dismantle organizations perpetrating these schemes, to seize the proceeds of their operations, and to return stolen money to victims.

Thanks to these partnerships, a Canadian man was sentenced to 78 months in a U.S. prison on July 17 after pleading guilty to racketeering, mail and wire fraud, and conspiracy for his role in a lottery scheme that stole more than $8 million from elderly widows and widowers in the U.S.

Unfortunately for every scam stopped another comes up real fast. Only public exposure can stop these people since new scams have many similarities and only deviate slightly from the ones that are destroyed.

Further, according to FBI advice "Don't respond to calls, e-mails, or mailings promoting foreign lotteries. If you think you've been victimized by one of these scams, report it to your local FBI office. Or, if you were scammed online, file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center, a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center".

You better off buying state lottery tickets were you have more luck to win than ever seeing any winnings from these cons with there scams.

In my state a lot of Banks and Western Union warn costumers by posting warnings regarding these and other schemes including Nigerian letter fraud at every counter with contact info to the FBI, Local police or Crime Complaint Center.

Even our local Newspaper had several write ups with local Law Enforcement warnings and info. That in itself should WARN people.

Hope to hear from you soon Trudy
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