Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentImmigration · 6 years ago

are all of this valid?

Facebook Lottery Supports


13 Liverpool Road, Islington, London

United Kingdom

Tel: +44-741-848-0082

Dear Facebook Winner,

CONGRATULATIONS!! - You have just won yourself the sum of £800,000.00 (EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND GREAT BRITISH POUNDS) in the ongoing Facebook 2013 program. All participants were selected through our administrative database, from over One Billion Active profiles in the Asia Geographic Region:SINGAPORE and HONG KONG as part of our international promotion program which is conducted annually.

This was promoted and sponsored by a conglomerate of some multinational companies as part of their social responsibility to the Facebook Users in the Aspect that impacts individual lifestyle worldwide. Further more your details(facebook profile) falls within our British representative office in London, UK and your prize of £800,000.00 will be released to you from our regional branch office in England. For the avoidance of doubt, your facebook account was generated from one of our Admin network Department that you visit often at your Login Pace on Facebook, and it emerged as one of lucky winners of this year's 2013 Facebook Promo.

To proceed on your claim validation, we will need your particulars to verify your winning.This will be required to draw up the winning papers in your name and process your payment documents. Please if you are not the certified owner of this email address, please do not respond as that will amount to impersonation which could lead to civil or/and criminal proceedings against you...

Attached here is a copy of our verification form; please fill accordingly so as to proceed with your winning validation. Please attach a recent passport photograph if available (For identification at payment point)









Upon receipt of the duly requested data which is to be sent via email, you will receive the contact information of the payment office to effect the release of your claim in anyway you deem fit.

Ms. Maria Davies

Fiduciary Agent


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5 Answers

  • Maggie
    Lv 7
    6 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    t's a scam. When you respond, you will be asked to contact an agent to release the money EXCEPT that you will have to pay a fee, then a courier, then an insurance fee and then something else until you either are broke or come to your senses and realise that your greed has overtaken your common sense.

    Do not respond as it will only prove that your email address is a real one and you will be bombarded with these scams.

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    100% scam

    the address is a pub

  • 6 years ago

    SCAM - SCAM - SCAM! Of course it's bogus!

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  • Gulab
    Lv 4
    6 years ago


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