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British National Lottery

The Marina Offices, St Peters Yacht Basin,

Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 1HX


Customer Services




Dear Lucky Winner,

We are pleased to inform you of the result of the just concluded

British National Lottery international Lottery programs. The online cyber

lotto draws was conducted from an exclusive list of 21,000 e-mail

addresses of individual and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated

random computer search from the internet, no tickets were sold. After

this automated computer ballot, your e-mail address emerged as one of

three winners in the category \"A\" with the following winning information:

Ref: UK/9420X2/68

Batch: 074/05/ZY369

Ticket number:56475600545 188

Serial number 5368/02

Lucky numbers: 05, 06, 17, 20, 28, 42 ( Bonus 33)


You as well as the other winners are therefore to receive a cash prize

of 1,000,000 (One Million Pounds) each from the total payout. Your

prize award has been insured with your e-mail address and will be

transferred to you upon meeting our requirements, statutory obligations,

verifications,validations and satisfactory report.To begin the claims

processing of your prize

winnings you are advised to contact our licensed and accredited claims

agent for category \"A\" winners with the information below:

To file for your claim,Contact the processing Consultant:

Agent Name: Mr. Maxwell Smith,

Tel: +44 704-571-0545

Tel: +44 704-571-0543

Email: mail@contactbritishlottery.vossnet.co.uk

Remember to quote your reference information in all correspondence. You

are to keep all lotto information away from the general public

especially your reference and ticket numbers (This is important as a case of

double claims will not be entertained).You are hereby advice to

Update 2:

You are hereby advice to send the

assign judiciary Agent details below for Processing of your Claims:














Mrs. Rose Wood

For British National Lottery

37 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    I am explaing with real example ,

    this is second mail from TOYOTA CAR LOTTERY AWARDS



    45 east wood Ave

    Oxford SW1V 3DW

    United Kingdom

    PIN CODE:TY7448500



    How are you doing,

    We recieved a memo from the bank that your funds are still in the bank without claims.

    This is the bank contact below, make contact with them and get back to me immediatelly.


    NAME: MR. Daniel Smith


    TEL: +447035900560

    Note: You are to Quote your complete Names, PIN CODE/REFERENCE NUMBERS and your direct phone number so that they can

    honour your letter also do keep me updated with your

    communications with the paying bank.

    Once again i say congratulations and always inform me

    with your dealings with the paying bank.



    Barrister Henry Baker:

    Your Claims Agent I contact to Tayota regarding same subject ,read mail from toyota

    Recently you contacted Toyota. Below is a summary of your contact message and our response.

    Thank you for allowing us to be of service to you.

    Customer (atul sharma) 06/19/2007 09:23 AM

    do you have any lottery system , iam reciving mail from u r side that i have won a car through you is it ture . kindly confirm me .e-mail of sender is

    TOYOTA LOTTERY PROMOTION <toyota_lottery_claimscenter07@yahoo.co.uk>

    kindly confirm me on my e-mail i.d for further action



    Discussion Thread

    Response (Jonathan) 06/19/2007 12:54 PM

    Thank you for contacting Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

    We apologize that we do not offer a program of this nature. Please disregard any further emails or notifications involving Toyota and free giveaways. Toyota does not offer or participate in lotteries or free giveaways. These notifications are to be disregarded as spam.

    You may wish to refer this to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).


    Per the IC3:

    The IC3's mission is to serve as a vehicle to receive, develop, and refer criminal complaints regarding the rapidly expanding arena of cyber crime. The IC3 aims to give the victims of cyber crime a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism.

    Complaint Status

    The IC3 receives thousands of complaints each month and does not have the resources to respond to inquiries regarding the status of complaints. It is the IC3's intention to review all complaints and refer them to law enforcement and regulatory agencies having jurisdiction. Ultimately, investigation and prosecution are at the discretion of the receiving agencies.


    It is important that you maintain any evidence you may have relating to your complaint. Evidence may include canceled checks, credit card receipts, phone bills, mailing envelopes, mail receipts, a printed copy of a website, copies of emails, or similar items. Please keep the items in a safe location, in case you are requested to provide them for investigative purposes.

    Additionally, to learn more about Internet schemes and ways to protect yourself, please visit www.lookstoogoodtobetrue.com.

    Although Toyota is not a sponsor of and does not imply endorsement of the above websites, the information is provided to you as a customer service.

    Toyota values you as a customer, and we appreciate this opportunity to review your inquiry!

    If we can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact us.

    Toyota Customer Experience


  • MUDD
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Report it to your ISP (Internet Service Provider) mark the e-mail as spam, and do not reply unless:

    1. You bought a lottery ticket

    2. Someone else bought you a lottery ticket

    3. You wish to be the next victim of identity theft.

    They will try to get you to send personal information such as a social security number, a bank account number to post the money to, or they will ask you to open an account. They will probably send you a check and ask you to return some of the money. The check will bounce, and your credit history will be ruined for years. In the meantime, they will use the information they got from you to get credit cards, open up other accounts, and further damage your financial history. This will be done overseas where the U.S. has little or no jurisdiction, and since you did not open the account, you will have little or no recourse. Hope this helps.

  • 1 decade ago

    This is an obvious attempt to aquire your personal information. The government calls it 'Phishing' and thousands of people fall prey to scams like these. If you were to proceed and try to follow up on this lottery scam, id bet that with in six months or so, if you ran your credit profile, you would find that some activity has been recorded that you yourself did not cause. Examples would be - applications for loans or credit cards.

  • 1 decade ago

    yeah, it's a scam.

    we have a similar m.o. here using text in cellphones.

    when you contact them they will instruct you to open an account and prepare some requirements without asking for anything at first, to get you to trust them.

    then when they are supposed to transfer the whole amount you won, they will ask you to transfer a few thousand to a fictitious account as processing fee.

    Since, you've been into such trouble preparing all those requirements, sometimes you will gamble and send them the money.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I too have received such e-mail. Stay away. If you have not bought a ticket for the lottery legally, then how could you have won anything. Hope this answers your questions and keeps you safe.

    Source(s): Logic
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Guess what... that is a scam... It was even featured in the news before. They will ask you to contact them & then they will get informations from you... before you know it you are being asked for some money of some identifications... one day you will wake up, you were duped, they had your vital informations & even your financial-social informations.


  • 1 decade ago

    Beware of being sent a check you need to cash and send them the money,for your bigger payout,or tie breakers,that you have to send money in even ifs its a small amount.If its on the level you do not put any out of pocket money.

  • 1 decade ago

    scam. why would anyone contact you via email that you won a national lottery? Are you even in the UK? do you remember signing up for this?

  • 1 decade ago

    I tried it once. it was a scam. i have like 5 of those e-mails in my inbox now. Don't trust foreign lotteries. if you loose you money it is hard for the US government to prosecute and that's why they send them. Its fake, point blank.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    don't be too gullible. if you did not buy, how can you win or why do they want to presen a ticket now? should u respond , they may ask you tou pay a fee. if u have some money that u can do without then u can indulge in this facade.

    Source(s): this was happening in my country too. unfortunately many innocent victim fell pray and lost a tidy some of money as they tried to retreive their "winnings". luckily some of these persons are behind bars
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