Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is about a fraud lottery. The lottery claims that I won, but the reality is that they want MY money.

Go to the lotteries page to see more stories on fake lotteries.

If you received a similar email, you should go to the homepage to read more about 419 fraud.

lottery From: VERIFICATION DEPARTMENT <bnl.verification@live.com>
Subject: Further Details■■
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2008 14:58:31 -0500

ClaimVerification Department
UKNational Lottery Building.
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 1HX

Ref. Number: 87K4/336/T071/006
Batch Number: 468911521-Bc87

March 3rd, 2008.

Dear ,

We are pleased to inform you that your email address with British National Lottery e-ticket number: XZ97221 was one of the five lucky email addresses that drew the lucky winning number: 44, 23, 06, 23, 17 which subsequently won the draw for February 29th, 2008.

You are therefore entitled to claiming your winning sum of Six-Hundred and Fifty Thousand pound sterling (which is non-deductible and fully guaranteed /backed by an insurance bond) from the total winning sum of Three-Million Two-Hundred and Fifty Pound Sterling.

To claim your winnings, kindly forward:

Full name:
Address (not postal):
Age (not less than 18yrs):

to mefor prompt verification & validation.

For security reasons and double claiming, you are strongly advised to treat this information with the utmost secrecy until your winnings amount has been claimed by you. If as a result of your inability to adhere to the above, your e-ticket would be canceled and winnings fortified if the above should occur. Be advised that you have 14-days to verify your email address and claim your winnings.

From the Lottery Board, we congratulate you.

Yours truly,

Mr. Ashley Baker
Claim Verification Department

Copyright © 2004-2015 419.bittenus.com. All rights reserved. Updated 04-Feb-2018