Sub: 1 GOOD NEWS 2014!
GOOD NEWS!! Your Email Have Been Awarded the Sum of 500,000.00 GBP IN THE BBC ONE National Lottery with the Winning No: 11 12 26 30 33 40, Bonus No: 43 Draw No: 1818. SEND THE BELOW DETAILS IMMEDIATELY FOR CLAIM TO: bbc_company[@]usa.com
1. NAME IN FULL:
2. MOBILE NUMBER:
7. BANK NAME:
8. ACCOUNT NUMBER:
Please Visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/lottery/ for further information
Director: Mr. Nick Harris
Telephone: Tel: +447017030595
BBC © 2013 the BBC ONE
Sub: CONGRATULATION!!OPEN THE ATTACHMENT FILE, FILL THE FORM AND SEND TO US.
BBC One National Lottery Team
National Lottery Draws Results Genuine.
CENTER NO: 768 DERRY WAYN WNT.
Always Visit Our Web Site: www.bbc.co.uk/lottery/ for more Verifications.
BBC LIVE DRAW NO.539
Plus 5 result (04) (06) (13) (41) (44) (49) Bonus No (03)
PREVIOUS DRAW RESULT PRIZE BREAK DOWN
This is to inform you that you have WON the sum of £1, 000,000.00GBP (Great British Pounds) from our 2013 charity bonanza. The Draw Winning No. 539.All Participants for the E-MAIL Version were selected randomly from Forty four (44) E-MAIL ADDRESSES, from all the Domain Network Services all over Asian, Europe and Africa countries. Lucky selected E-mail Users are qualified and became a benefited winner of the stated winning amount, in the ongoing £44.4million spring lottery charity bonanza for London’s heritage, Held on Thursday 7 th March 2013 and we wish to inform you that your email emerge one of the lucky winner.
The BBC National Lottery Fund gives grants to sustain and transform Individual lives all over the globe for the less privilege once; we are here to use our diverse heritage to change lives in every part of the global world. All lucky selected email winners shall receive their prizes because the BBC lottery team London, will make sure that your winning prize gets to you as soon as possible depending when they receive your personal information as requested.
Due send your draw winning no (539) and your bonus no (03) and Fill the Information below and Send to claims department E-mail: bbcintlonclaimsdept.uk[@]live.com
(1) BENEFICIARY FULL NAME:
(4) RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:
(5) DATE OF BIRTH:
(7) CONTACT PHONE NUMBER:
(8) FAX NUMBER:
(9) EMAIL ADDRESS:
(10) AMOUNT WON:
(11) DRAW NUMBERS:
(12) BONUS NO:
(14) MARITAL STATUS:
(15) ANNUAL INCOME:
(16)DATE ISSUED AWARD:
(17) YOU’RE IDENTITY CARD OR ANY VALID CARD:
BBC Claims Manager
Dr Steve Mark
Visit Our Web Site: www.bbc.co.uk/lottery/
Your Online coordinator
Mr./.Been Partridge the online coordinator
Hoax or Fact:
Hoax, and a Scam.
These emails, in various versions, tell the recipient that his email address has won huge sum of money in the 'BBC ONE National Lottery' or ‘BBC Lottery’ and then requests the recipient to claim his prize money by sending his personal information like full name, mobile number, occupation, age, income, mail address and others. The claims are not facts; these emails are scam!
It is a fact that there is the National Lottery in United Kingdom, which is state-franchised, and it is also a fact that there is an association between the BBC and the National Lottery. However, BBC is a broadcasting corporation, not a lottery company, and it is because of the association, BBC One broadcasts the drawing of the National Lottery in the United Kingdom. Scammers take advantage of this fact to mislead the less informed netizens. They lure people with prizes and lottery winning of huge amount of money - mentioning 'BBC Lottery' in their email and the BBC One website link to the National lottery program, to give them false credibility. 'BBC Lottery' as such does not exist.
These BBC lottery scam emails are only intended to initiate dialog with the potential victims, grab their personal details, and then steal money cleverly. The personal information shared can also be used for criminal purposes, including identity theft.
So when you receive these scam emails claiming you have won big money in BBC lottery, do not respond to them; just delete the emails. As you can see in related stories below, this type of scamming through lottery claims in emails are very common, and they use popular brand names. Remember that you can win a lottery only when it actually exists and if you bought yourself a ticket!
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