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BMW Lottery 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 BMW 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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BMWWINNINGCERTIFICATE
BMW National Lottery
250,000 GBP
from the BMW NATIONAL APPLE LOTTERY story
 
BMW_WINNING_CERTIFICATE.
 
BMW Auto Mobile Lottery Company
£325,000 GBP
 
WINNING CERTIFICATE FOR
BMW 2010 Award Certificate For
 
BMW Automobile Award
£750,000
from the BMW AUTOMOBILE INTERNATIONAL AWARENESS PROMOTION 2009 story
BMW Automobile Company
£450,000
from the International programs story
 
BMW_WINNING_CERTIFICATE
BMW_LOTTERY_CERTIFICATE
 
BMW Group Annual Promotion
500,000 Pounds GBP
BMW Group Annual Promotion
850,000 Pounds GBP
from the BMW AUTOMOBILE PROMOTION LOTTERY story
 
BMW Award Clearance Certificate
 
BMW Group Annual Promotion
850,000 Pounds GBP
BMW Lottery Commission
£750,000 Great Britain Pounds
from the BMW Lottery story
 
winning certificates
BMW_LOTTERY_CERTIFICATE
 
BMW Online lottery promo
Brand new BMW5 Series Car and 250,000 pounds
from the BMW LOTTERY PROMO story
BMW Group Annual Promotion
850,000 Pounds GBP
 
Bmw certificate
bmw
 
BMW Lottery Promo
£ 260,000
from the BMW GROUPS AWARENESS promotion story
BMW Group International Lottery
750,000 pounds sterling
from the BMW Automobile International Awareness Promotion story
 

BMW Legal notice

The british BMW website, http://www.bmw.co.uk, has the following warning about scams:

Email Fraud Warning

BMW (UK) Limited ("BMW") will never ask you to send or confirm personal information by email, including but not limited to your name, address, passwords or financial information. If you receive an email from someone purporting to be BMW, or a division of BMW, such as the Security Department or Lottery Department asking for this type of information, DO NOT RESPOND TO IT. It is most likely to be a fraudulent email, the sole and only purpose of which is to elicit your personal information. To be safe, we recommend you add the sender to your blocked email or SPAM email list.

Recent Fraudulent Emails
Email from "BMW Security Department Assistant"

You may have received an email claiming to be from the BMW Security Department Assistant, stating that you have to click on a link, to confirm your account, within 24 hours for security reasons, otherwise your account will be suspended. Please be informed that BMW does not have a BMW Security Department Assistant, nor does any of its affiliated companies. This is a fraudulent email. DO NOT RESPOND TO IT.

Email from "BMW's Lottery Department"

You may have received an email claiming to be from BMW's Lottery Department stating that you have won a prize. Please be informed that BMW does not have a lottery department, nor does any of its affiliated companies. This is a fraudulent email. DO NOT RESPOND TO IT.

Email from "BMW Grand Promotions UK"

You may have received an email claiming to be from BMW Grand Promotions UK stating that you have won a prize. Please be informed that BMW does not have a Grand Promotions department, nor does any of its affiliated companies. This is a fraudulent email. DO NOT RESPOND TO IT.

BMW Email Fraud Warning

The american BMW website, http://www.bmwusa.com/, has a similar warning about scams:

Email Fraud Warning

BMW of North America will never ask you to send or confirm personal information by email, including but not limited to: your name, address, passwords or financial information. If you receive an email from someone purporting to be BMW, or a division of BMW, such as the Security Department or Lottery Department, asking for this type of information, DO NOT RESPOND TO IT. It is most likely a fraudulent email, the sole and only purpose of which is to elicit your personal information. To be safe, we recommend you add the sender to your blocked email or SPAM email list.

RECENT FRAUDULENT EMAILS

Email from "The International Awareness Promotion Department of the BMW Automobile Company"
You may have received an email claiming to be from BMW's International Awareness Promotion Department stating that you have won a prize. Please be informed that BMW of North America does not have an International Awareness Promotion Department, nor do any of its affiliate companies. This is a fraudulent email. DO NOT RESPOND TO IT.

Email from "BMW USA Security Department Assistant"
You may have received an email claiming to be from BMW USA Security Department Assistant stating that you have to click on a link to confirm your account within 24 hours for security reasons or else your account will be suspended. Please be informed that BMW of North America does not have a BMW USA Security Department Assistant, nor do any of its affiliate companies. This is a fraudulent email. DO NOT RESPOND TO IT.

Email from "BMW's Lottery Department"
You may have received an email claiming to be from BMW's Lottery Department stating that you have won a prize. Please be informed that BMW of North America does not have a lottery department, nor do any of its affiliate companies. This is a fraudulent email. DO NOT RESPOND TO IT.

Email from "BMW Grand Promotions UK"
You may have received an email claiming to be from BMW Grand Promotions UK stating that you have won a prize. Please be informed that BMW of North America does not have a Grand Promotions department, nor do any of its affiliate companies. This is a fraudulent email. DO NOT RESPOND TO IT.

Email from "BMW Group Promo"
You may have received an email claiming to be from BMW Group Promo stating that you have won a prize. Please be informed that BMW of North America does not have a Group Promo department, nor do any of its affiliate companies. This is a fraudulent email. DO NOT RESPOND TO IT.

 

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