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Coca Cola 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 Coca Cola 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.


 

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cocacola
The Coca Cola Company
£500,000
from the Coca Cola Lottery story
 
COCA-COLA_LOTTERY_CERTIFICATE_FOR
 
Coca-Cola Lottery
£3,000,000
 
Award Certificate
 
Cocacola customer promotion
£1,000.000
Coca-Cola Global Lottery Promotions Corporation
$820,000 USD
 
AWARD WINNING CERTIFICATE
Cert
 
Coca-Cola National Lotteries Board
£1,500,000
from the Coca-cola lottery story
The Coca Cola Company
$500,000
 
Winner Certificate
Winning certificate
 
Coca-Cola ESS Promotion
£820,000
cocacola customer promotion
£1,000,000
 
WINNINGCONFIRMATION COCA COLA
 
Coca Cola Company Promotion Award
US$600,000
The Coca-Cola Company Promotion
£1,000000
 
Wining Certificate
LOTTERY_CERT_COCACOLA
 
The Coca Cola Company Promotion
USD$850,000
Coca Cola Company Promotion Award
£1,000,000
 
coca cola
bol
 
Coca-Cola National Lottery
£500,000
British Online Lottery Promotion - Coca Cola Atlantic Bottling Company
£250,000
from the COCA COLA NATIONAL LOTTERY story
 
Winning_International_Certificate
Certificate_Of_Winning
 
Coca Cola Promotion
£1,000,000
from the COCA'COLA COMPANY PROMOTION story
Coca-Cola Bottled Company
£750,000
 
prize rward
WINNING_CERTIFICATE
 
The Coca Cola Company Promotion/Prize Award
US$800,000 and a Mercedes-Benz
Coca Cola Lottery
£ 1,000,000 GBP
 

Coca Cola Company

The Coca Cola Company, http://www.thecoca-colacompany.com, has the following warning on their website:

The Coca-Cola Company has learned of several emails in circulation which falsely claim that the recipient of the email has been randomly selected for a cash prize from the Company. Subject lines for the emails have ranged from "The Coca-Cola Award Notification" to "The Coca-Cola Promo Winning Notification" to "The Coca-Cola Worldwide Christmas Promo" or other similar titles. Recent versions of the email hoax indicate a joint promotion with the British American Tobacco Company, an annual mid-year Coca-Cola promotional draw (which includes the name of former Coca-Cola executive vice president, Carl Ware), or a car giveaway in Hong Kong. The emails include formal language that makes them look "official," and are sometimes designed to look legitimate by including images or photographs, a "secret pin code" or reference/ticket number and contact information for a Coca-Cola representative.


Our Response:  The Coca-Cola Company is in no way associated with these emails or programs. We are not a sponsor and our name and trademarks are used here without permission. We are currently investigating the situation.

 

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