Wow, Im a millionaire

#1
:lol: :lol:


FROM:pROMOTION DEPARTMENT OF LOTTERY UK INTERNATIONAL.

LOTTERY UK INTERNATIONAL,
50 Deer Park Avenue,
London EH54 8AF,
United Kingdom.

Attention:Sir/Madam,

We happily announce to you the draw of the LOTTERY UK INTERNATIONAL, Online
Program held on 5-Dec-2005.

Your e-mail address attached to reference Number:208,ZX,11,663/UK with Ticket Number: 99/bnk/533. which subsequently won you one of the Jackpot prizes.

You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of £2,440,772(Two Million Four Hundred and FortyThousand Seven Hundred and Seventytwo United Kingdom Pounds) in cash credited to file L/UK/010/71/2/33 All participants for the online version were selected randomly from the World Wide Web through a computer draw system and extracted from over 100,000 unions,associations, and corporate bodies that are listed online.

A random number generator using a proprietary random number generation algorithm will select exactly 6 reference numbers from the range 1-24 with ticket winning number from the range 1-24 To file for your claim, please contact our claims director via contact information below;

MR. WILSON PETERS,
CLAIMS DIRECTOR,
CLAIMS DEPARTMENT,
LOTTERY UK INTERNATIONAL,
50 Deer Park Avenue,
London EH54 8AF,
United Kingdom.
Tel: +44 7031966502
Fax: +44 8709124466
Email: claimsdirector@excite.com

You must initiate contact within two weeks of receipt of this
correspondence.

Congratulation once again from me, and members of staff of the LOTTERY UK
INTERNATIONAL and it is our hope that you participate in any of our
international programs in the nearest future.

Thank you.
Yours faithfully,
KATHY JAMESON
PROMOTION DEPARTMENT,
LOTTERY UK INTERNATIONAL,
50 Deer Park Avenue,
London EH54 8AF,
United Kingdom.

PLEASE NOTE: YOU ARE TO KEEP ALL LOTTERY INFORMATIONS FROM PUBLIC AS WE
WILL NOT ENTERTAIN CASES OF MULTIPLE CLAIMS PROCESSING OR COMPROMISE THE
PRIVACY AND SECURITY OF ALL OUR WINNER.

THIS IS IN LINE WITH THE DATA PROTECTION ACT OF THE LOTTERY UK
INTERNATIONAL
 
#2
Wow, congratulations RCS I can't think of anyone on this site more deserving than your goodself. Err, I don't suppose you remember entering this lottery do you. What are they after here? Your bank details? Holiday apartment?
 
#4
Will someone in London please volunteer to collect this cash for me?
Deer Park Avenue can't be hard to find, can it?
You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of £2,440,772(Two Million Four Hundred and FortyThousand Seven Hundred and Seventytwo United Kingdom Pounds) in cash
You may keep 15% for your trouble. :D
 
#5
RCSignals said:
Will someone in London please volunteer to collect this cash for me?
Deer Park Avenue can't be hard to find, can it?
Not if you have a map of Livingston, which is where Deer Park Avenue is located according to the postcode EH54 8AF.

Can I claim the 15% now or later.
 
#6
Wasn't there a previous scam using a bank in that neck of the woods, but operating from a private address?.

Scotland - twinned with Nigeria.
 
#7
BlackHand said:
RCSignals said:
Will someone in London please volunteer to collect this cash for me?
Deer Park Avenue can't be hard to find, can it?
Not if you have a map of Livingston, which is where Deer Park Avenue is located according to the postcode EH54 8AF.

Can I claim the 15% now or later.
Once you have the cash in hand, you may just keep out the 15%. 8)

If I can't trust an ARRSEr who can I trust?
 
#8
maybe we should scam the scammers ......

Dear Mr Umbongo,
You have won the national Islamic Nigerian Lottery .. blah ..blah ..blah

All you have to do to claim your millions (yes millions in used US Dollars) is send us two .. yes two super tankers full of your loverly Nigerian oil (deliverable to tilbury docks)and your bank details and the money is yours ....

Yours sincerely Dr/Rev/Mullah J

P.S if you want a laugh have a look around here ... it's worth the giggle

http://www.419eater.com/
 
#10
Also watch for scam mails allegedly from Paypal/Ebay. Had one this morning disguised as a complaint from a "customer" who had not received a fictional item from me and threatened to contact the "authoraties" i.e A septic scam. Very professionaly done, except it was sent to an email which I never use for Ebay stuff.

Crafty w@nkers :evil:
 
#11
Imagine their suprise if you could pop down to Deer Park Ave with two dozen moonlighting squadies to collect/demand you winnings.

I think the address is the potting shed for the golf green :lol:
 
#12
LordVonHarley said:
Imagine their suprise if you could pop down to Deer Park Ave with two dozen moonlighting squadies to collect/demand you winnings.

I think the address is the potting shed for the golf green :lol:
Someone really should do that. :lol:
 
#13
I'm not doing anything for the next couple of weeks. For a nominal fee of 100k i will gladly rustle up a posse and go collect your winnings :D
 
#14
Mighty_Blighty said:
I'm not doing anything for the next couple of weeks. For a nominal fee of 100k i will gladly rustle up a posse and go collect your winnings :D
As I said before, if you collect the winnings, just keep out your 'fee'

(of course I'm hoping you don't realise they don't actually know who I am, as the 'winner' of this lottery :lol: )

Take a camera crew along with you. The video will certainly be worth more than the 'prize'
 

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