Another Scam Report from InvestmentTotal.com. This scam report is about the electronic mail award notification circulating around the web especially on our emails. The scammers is using Lotto Netherlands and want the receivers to make believe about their lotto winning notifications. I received this scam email on Jan 24 at 1:13 AM via Yahoo Mail spam folder.
Read this lotto Netherlands electronic mail award notification and you’ll find out it’s obviously a scam. The subject used is “Information”. The sender’s name is Lotto Netherlands with an email address “email@example.com”.See Also: Scam Alert: Ecobank Internet Banking Used in Scam Email
Just read the message and analyze it afterwards. Imagine if you will have an instant 1,500,000 Euros. It’s too good to be true. The sender is smart, because it used fake references and coupon numbers. Sad to say, we are smarter than the sender of this lotto electronic mail award notifications.
Scam Report: Lotto Netherlands Electronic Mail Award Notification
Here’s the exact message about our scam report for the day…
Lotto Winner of 1,500,000.00 Euros
Ref. Number: NL/BC5765268/WW17
Coupon Number: NL/841343/WOP
ELECTRONIC MAIL AWARD WINNING NOTIFICATION
We are pleased to inform you of the announcement today of winners of the LOTTO NETHERLANDS held on 21st November,2016.Your Company or your personal e-mail address is attached to winning number 20-02-2005-02MSW, with serial number S/N-00168 drew the lucky numbers 877-13-865-37-10-81, and consequently won in the first lottery category.
You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of One Million Five Hundred Thousand EUROS (1,500,000.00) in cash credited to file REF NO: NL/BC5765268/WW17 and Coupon NL/841343/WOP.
All participants were selected through our Microsoft computer ballot system drawn form 21,000 names, 3,000 names from each continent, as part of International “E-MAIL” Promotions Program which is conducted once in every four years for our prominent MS WORD user all over the world and for the continues use of E-mail.
Your fund has been deposited in an escrow account with our affiliate Bank here in NETHERLAND, and insured with your REF NO: NL/BC5765268/WW17 and your E-mail address.
You are to keep your ref. number and coupon number from the public, until you have been processed and your money remitted to your personal account. We hope with your prize, you will be happy to promote the use of E-mail and the use of MS WORD.
To claim your prize, you must first contact the claims department by email or call for processing and remittance of your prize money to you. Your assigned claims Director contact is:
LAAN VAN HOORNWIJCK 56
2289 DG RIJSWIJK
Mrs. Maria Anderson
International Relation officer
Let’s Analyze this Scam Report
Wow, an astonishing one million and five hundred thousand Euros! Oh I wish. But unfortunately this is just another scam telling us to claim the lotto winnings. The sender want me to send my personal information. He want me to email “firstname.lastname@example.org’. For what? For them to get my personal information.
I hope our readers of Investment Total.com (Return on Investment ROI) will think smarter when they will received the same email messages about Lotto Netherlands electronic mail award notification.See Also: Beware of this International Lottery Scams from Netherlands