Did you received Microsoft Lottery winning notification via email? The Microsoft, Inc. will not be liable for any loss of money or property if you will respond to this type of email. Read this email message and find out if it is a real lottery program from Microsoft, Inc. or not.
Microsoft Lottery International Program used in email about lottery winning notifications. Beware, it is just another good example of scams & fraud online.
A person named “Mirian Inaki” sent an email on May 22, 2016 at exactly 3:32 am about Microsoft Lottery International Program. According to the sender, the said program was held in Barcelona Spain. If you received the same email message about Microsoft Lottery winning notification, investigate and search if it’s just a scam or fraud.
The first thing you need to ask yourself is, do Microsoft has real lottery programs online? You can a lot of answers in this thread entitled “is the Microsoft Online Lottery a Scam?”
After you read this email message, let us discuss the thing on what to do if you received the same lottery winning notifications;
Microsoft Lottery Winning Notification
Sender: Mirian Inaki
Date Received: May 22 at 3:32 AM
“Microsoft Iberica S.L Lottery Intl. Program
FOREIGN SERVICE SECTION BARCELONA.
BATCH NUMBER: 2016/WTN
OFFICIAL WINNING NOTIFICATION.
We are pleased to inform you of the released results of the Microsoft Iberica S.L
Sweepstakes Promotion in conjunction with foundations for the promotion of software
products organized for Software users.
This Program was held in Barcelona- Spain; Wherein your email address
emerged as one of the online Winning emails in the 1st category and
therefore attracted a cash award of EUR344,000.00 and a Mac laptop/iPhone.
Your laptop, certificate of winnings and your cheque of (EUR344,000.00)
will be sent to your contact address in your location.
To file for claims of the release of your winnings,
Contact the Customer Service Officer with the information below:
9. BATCH NUMBER:
10. REFERENCE NUMBER:
Contact Person: Manuel Vizner [CSO]
Mrs. Miriam Inaki
It’s Obviously a Scam
A cite some paragraphs in the discussion about Microsoft Lottery programs online in Answers.Microsoft.com. This answer is from Jack, Support Engineer.
Hello Gods Favorite,
Thank you for posting in the Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum. Just to expand on Mick’s answer, Microsoft DOES NOT have any sort of an online lottery. This is an obvious phishing scam. If you could reply with the header information from the email along with the info in the body of the email it would be helpful.
If You Received Microsoft Lottery Winning Notification
If you received Microsoft Lottery winning notification in your email, it’s up to you if you will respond in the email message. But be careful not to give your personal information. A simple question or a follow up message would be helpful just to know more about the lottery notification you received.
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