Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is about a charitable donation. It works just like a lottery scam. The scammers that sent the letter, wants me to pay them. I will not get anything from them. They will keep asking for more money until I give up or run out of money.

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On Thursday, 16 July 2015, 1:58, Richard and Angela Maxwell. < richie@mail.com > wrote:
To :


This might come as a surprise to you. My wife and I have awarded you
with a donation sum (seven hundred and fifty thousand British pounds)
from part of our Euro Million Jackpot Lottery of Fifty Three Million
pounds. I believe this will come in handy and with it you can also be
of assistance to the under privileged within your own community.

Contact my private email only: richard_angela@126.com

We await your earliest response and God Bless you.

Best wishes,
Richard and Angela Maxwell.

On Friday, 17 July 2015, 10:32, richard_angela < richard_angela@126.com > wrote:


I am indeed happy about this win as I was stunned for hours and could not believe it when I first saw the ticket match. Though my wife and I are living comfortably, we have always wanted to win the lottery so that we could give out more, so I know for sure that this win is for sharing.

I'd like you to know that I do understand if you have got doubts, but this can become a reality for you if you believe as donations of these dimensions are extremely rare. Below is a news feed to enable you verify and confirm our win.


We have concluded plans with my bank to remit funds to you, so I require you to immediately get back to me with the below information and on confirmation of your response, I will provide you with further information on receiving the fund.

Full Names:
Contact / resident Address:
Phone Number:
Country / Nationality:

We have made physical donations, also between ten different national charities and my wife and I came up with the idea of donating to some individuals over the internet. So we had to go look up email directories and randomly selected few emails and I that's how you got the email which you received from us.

Hoping to hear from you soon,

Best wishes,
Richard and Angela Maxwell.


A Lincolnshire woman told her husband "don't be so stupid" when he revealed they had won £53m on the lottery.
Richard and Angela Maxwell, both 67, from Boston, won £53,193,914 in the EuroMillions jackpot draw on Tuesday.
It is the 10th-biggest UK lottery win, with the couple saying they would help family and friends.
Mr Maxwell said he waited for four hours to tell his wife as she did not answer her mobile phone and then thought it was an April Fool's joke.
Mr Maxwell said he checked the results online on Wednesday and was left "in shock" when they matched.

Jul 20 at 1:13 PM

British International Courier
Units 5 the Willows, 80
Willow Walk,
London SE1 5SY,
United Kingdom
Email: info@brintlcourier.com
Tel: +447509351812
Fax: +440517234533
Good Day Customer,
Welcome to the Customer care services of British International Courier, your inquiry has been received and the parcel with the identification Number (BIC1988) has been received and confirmed for delivery by this Company. This means that you have been cleared for payment by the Richard and Angela Maxwell.
Your Cheque, together with s covering document (Money Laundering protection) from this Government stating that the Cheque was issued legally by the above stated Program will be sent to you.
Kindly note that, we rate our postage charge, depending on the high sensitivity of the package to be delivered.
Normal class delivery: 116 Hours (Cost
of delivery) Postage:£100
Insurance: £200
Administrative: £130
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Total £430
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Premium class delivery: 72 Hours (Cost
of delivery) Postage:£180
Insurance: £260
Administrative: £160
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Total £600
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
First class delivery: 48 Hours (Next Day Delivery) (Cost
of delivery) Postage:£240
Insurance: £300
Administrative: £200
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Total £740
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
This company decline reverse payment for these charges, stating that it is against their professional policy towards ensuring the safe delivery of the Cheque to you. That if a reverse payment is made, and something goes wrong, that we/you cannot sue the courier company or insurance company to recover the full value of the cheque as stipulated in the Cheque since payment for insurance cover was not made at point of shipping. With the above reason, reverse payment is ruled out.
Note: That your amount is protected by a hard cover insurance policy, which makes it impossible to deduct any amount from the amount before it has been remitted to you. This means that the above charges cannot be deducted from the amount and hence must be provided by you before your parcel will be delivered to you.
This is in accordance with section 13(1) (n) of the national gambling act as adopted in 1993 and amended on 3rd July 1996 by the British constitutional assembly. This is to protect winners and to avoid misappropriation of funds.
You are to get back to us with the following details below for confirmation and update:
1. Customer's Full Name:
2. Phone Number:
3. Your Delivery Address:
4. Your Preferred Delivery Option:
5. A Scanned Copy of your Identification (Optional):
We are glad to have you do Transactions with this Company.
Yours in service
Mr. Harry Freddie
Dispatch Manager.
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