Welcome to the National Lottery Syndicate Website, we have created this post titled National Lottery Scam as we have received numerous emails from our visitors who have become concerned about a Lottery Scam after receiving an email saying they have won the UK Lottery or cash from it.
We have supplied an exact copy of this National Lottery Scam email below but would like to make a few points to those players that are in two minds to trust a scam email or not.
Lottery Scam Email
The first big point to make would be-
Unless you actually entered to play the National Lottery how are you going to win a prize from it.
The National Lottery will not send you an email telling you that you have won unless you have an account with them and have played your numbers.
The first thing I will notice in most of these National Lottery Scam emails or otherwise is the Grammar errors and spelling mistakes, they hardly ever make proper English.
National Lottery Scam Email
Please see one of the emails that were sent to me from one of our visitors.
Draw No. 1559 20 21 22 24 27 34 BONUS 29
This is to inform you that you have won a prize money of seven hundred and fifty thousand Great Britain Pound Sterling (750,000.00) for the month of December 2010 Lottery promotion which is organized by BBC ONE LOTTERY on our 2010 CHARITY/AWARDS We Congratulate you for being one of the five person selected.
The draw no.1559 brought out your e-mail address from a Data Base of Internet Email Users and qualified you a bonafied winner of the stated winning amount.
How ever you will have to fill and submit the information below to the Claims Manager
1. Full name…………..
2. Contact Address……..
3. Age. ……………….
4. Telephone Number. ……
5. Sex…. …………….
Mr. Scott Mills
Lottery Scam Information
Should we have not answered your questions on this page or you have more concerns please visit our Useful Websites page to answer your Lottery Scams Questions
For more information and the correct email address that belong to the Camelot UK Lotto group you can view their National Lottery Scam info
As you can see this National Lottery scam email is requesting personal details – do not reply with them. Unless of course you are bored and want to put something like Mickey Mouse as your name and give the houses of parliaments phone number. You get the idea.
They want your details and they do not have the National lottery cash they are promising you. To avoid being scammed you should always use recognised and registered lotto companies.