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Australia Lotto Winning Certificates

If someone tells you that you have won in a lottery, where you did not buy a ticket, don't believe them. It is a scam.

Below you will find links to Australia Lotto lotteries I "won", and some of the winning certificates I received. These documents are all fake.

 

Go to the homepage to see my stories or go to my lotteries page to read more about false lotteries.


 

Stories:

 
 

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winners certificate
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
USD$300,000
 
Certificado 1
WINERS_CERTIFICATE_
 
Australian International Lottery Company
$900,000 USD
from the AUSTRALIA LOTTERY story
Australia Int'l Lottery Program
USD$1,000,000
from the Australian Lottery Promo story
 
WINNER'S CERTIFICATE
Australia winners certificate
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
$800.000USD
Australia Intl Lottery Program
Five hundred thousand united state dollars
 
AUSTRALIA LOTTO WINNERS CERTIFICATE
winning certificate
 
Australian Lottery Inc
$950,000 USD
Australian Lottery International
US$500,000
 
certificado
Liming_Certificate of Win
 
Australian International Lottery Company
$600,000 usd
Australian International Lottery Company
$600,000 Usd
 
Winners certificate09
Winners certificate
 
Australian International & Sweepstake Lottery
Amount not specified
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
USD$500,000
 
EMAIL WINNER_CERTIFICATE 1
PER
 
Australia Int'l Lottery Program
$1,000.000 USD
Australia Lottery International
US$1,000,000
 
Lottery Winners Certificatel
Winner_certificate
 
Australia International Lottery Inc
$400,000 USD
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
Four hundred thousand united states dollars
 
Winners certificate
Winners certificate
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
$500,000
Australian Lotto Lottery Inc
$400,000
 
WINNERS_CERTIFICATE
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
US$400,000
Australia Int'l lottery program
$500,000
from the Australian Award Promo 2009 story
 
Winning certificate
winners certificate
 
Australian Lottery Programs
$200,000
Australia Int'l lottery program
One million united states dollars
from the AUSTRALIA INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY story
 
WINNER CERTIFICATE
CAER2953
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
$500,000 United states dollars
Australia Lottery Inc
US$500,000
 
WINNERS CERTIFICATE
 
Australia Lottery Inc
$500,000USD
Australia Lottery Inc
US$250,000
 
WINNER_CERTIFICATE
WINNERS CERTIFICATE
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
$500,000
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
$500,000
 
WINNERS_CERTIFICATE_FROM_AUSTRALIAN_LOTTERY
 
Australia Lottery International Inc
Four hundred thousand united states dollars
Australia International Lottery Inc
$850,000
 
ali
winners certificate
 
Australia Lottery International
200,000 GBP
Australia Lottery International
$800,000 USD
 
WINNERSCERTIFICATE
WINNERS CERTIFICATE
 
Australia Lottery Award
US$1,000,000
from the AUSTRALIA LOTTERY story
Australian Lottery Board
$500,000 United States Dollars
 
WINNING_CERTIFICATE
DEPOSITE_CERTIFICATE
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
Amount not specified
Equity Bank of Nigeria Limited
Australia International Lottery Inc
US$200,000
 
WINNING_CERTIFICATE
Deposit_Certificate
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
USD$200,000
Equity Bank of Nigeria Ltd
Australia International Lottery
US$400,000
 
WINNERS CERTIFICATE
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
$500,000
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
US$200,000
 
YOUR DEPOSIT CERTIFICATE
WINNERS CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT
 
Union Bank, United Kingdom
Australian Lottery Inc
US$200,000
Union Bank of Nigeria Ltd
Australian International Lottery Programme
$200,000USD
 
FAKE WINNERS CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT
Winner_Certificate
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
USD$400,000
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
USD$400,000
 
WINNER_CERTIFICATE
WINNERS CERTIFICATE Attachment Email No.3
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
USD$850,000
Australia International Lottery Inc
$850,000
 
WINNERS CERTIFICAT
AWARD_CERTIFICATE__AUSTRALIAN_LOTTERY_BOARD
 
Australia Lotto Lottery Inc
US$400,000.00
from the Australian Lottery story
Australian Lottery
US$ 500,000
 

The australian government, http://www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au, has the following warning about scams:

Lottery scams

For some consumers, the idea of winning millions of dollars in an overseas lottery is just a dream come true. Unfortunately, this type of scam can be the beginning of a nightmare.

The Spanish Lottery or El Gordo Lottery scam is one of the most common scams currently doing the rounds. While there are a variety of lottery scams in circulation they are essentially the same in that there are no prizes and any consumer who responds risks losing money and having their identity stolen.

If you receive an email or a letter advising you that you have won a huge cash prize in an overseas lottery it is almost certainly a fraud.

How the scam works

In the typical El Gordo Lottery Scam, the consumer receives a series of credible looking documents either offering tickets in an overseas lottery or advising them that they have won millions of Euros in an official lottery draw. The documents are usually addressed personally to the consumer and are often marked with things like ‘official notification’ or ‘confirmed’ or ‘verified’ in an attempt to create an authentic feel to the scam.

To collect their winnings, consumers have to pay an up-front fee to arrange for the funds to be ‘cleared’ and deposited into their bank account. Often, the initial request for advance payment is followed by demands for more money to cover unexpected expenses. 

These scams also require the consumer to provide extensive personal information and give a copy of their driver’s licence and passport to establish their identity. This information can then be used to steal their identity which can devastate their entire life.

Some of the more sophisticated lottery scams may even direct you to websites for European banks for the purposes of depositing money to clear your winnings. These bogus sites are also part of the scam and, by responding, you will be giving the scammers your personal bank account details.

What to do if you receive an overseas lottery letter

Ignore it – it is almost certainly a scam. 

Never send money or any of your personal information in response to these offers. There is almost no prospect of recovering money sent in response to one of these scams.

Remember if you didn’t buy a ticket in the lottery, you can’t win.

 

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