• Report: #162257
Complaint Review:

Free Lotto/Plasmanet

  • Submitted: Wed, October 26, 2005
  • Updated: Thu, October 27, 2005

  • Reported By:Las Vegas Nevada
Free Lotto/Plasmanet

Free Lotto/Plasmanet 1,000,000 Pound won in Free Lotto Giveaway! Spam! Lies! London England

*Consumer Comment: Typical email fraud

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Here's the Spam Mail Fraud Letter they send to make you believe you have won something.

Good Luck on collecting your winnings.

Dear Winner,
We are please to announce you as one of the 10 lucky
winners in the Free Lotto draw held on the 27th of
october 2005. All 10 winning addresses were randomly
selected from a batch of 50,000,000 international
Emails. Your email address emerged alongside 9 others
as a category 2 winner in this year's Annual Free
Lotto Draw.
Consequently, you have therefore been approved for a
total pay out of 1,000,000 pounds (one million pounds)
only. The following particulars are attached to your
lotto payment order:
(i) Winning numbers: 37-13-43-85-67-11
(ii) Email ticket number: FL754/22/76
(iii) Lotto code number: FL09622UK
(iv) The file Ref number: FL/04/736207152/UK
Please contact the under listed claims officer as soon
as possible for the immediate release of your
Mr. Richard LLoyd
Chief financial Director
The Free lotto Company
TEL: +44 703 184 6393
FAX: +44-87-1247-0841
Email : rlloyd_fudiciaryagent01@yahoo.co.uk

N.B: Steps to claiming your prize;
1. Please quote your Reference number in all
correspondence with the claims officer.
2. Winners should send to claim officer account detail
or address Where they want their prize paid or sent.
3. Winners must send their names, address, telephone
number and means of identification (international
passport or drivers license) to claim officer
to process immediate payment of their prize.
Once again on behalf of all our staff,
Promotions Manager
The Lotto Company
UK & Europe.
The Free Lotto Awards is proudly sponsored by the
Microsoft Corporation, the Intel Group, Toshiba, Dell
computers,Mackintosh and a conglomeration of other
international IT companies.
The free lotto internet draw is held once in a year
and is so organized to encourage the use of the
internet and computers worldwide. We are proud to say
that over 200 Million Euros are won annually in more
than 150 countries worldwide.
We also encourage you to visit our website at
www.freelotto.com and take your chance to play and
become part of our daily winners. Millions are won
on a daily basis on one of the world's most famous
free lotto service.

Las Vegas, Nevada

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#1 Consumer Comment

Typical email fraud

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

I certainly hope you saw right through this....who in their right mind would think they could be this lucky to win something they never really entered in the first place.
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