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  1. #1
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    Aug 2005

    Exclamation Australian lottery scam


    Here's a November 9 Scam type Email ...
    I have (protected) the receiver's email but everything else is untouched.

    X-Apparently-To: (protected)@yahoo.com via; Wed, 09 Nov 2005 07:49:39 -0800
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    Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 15:42:42 +0000 (GMT)
    From: "DR.JOHNSON GEORGE" <lottodrawco_cordinators2006@yahoo.co.uk>
    To: dream_boy246@yahoo.com, (protected)@yahoo.com, princess_august2005@yahoo.com, freely0405@yahoo.com, girl_in_bkk1979@yahoo.com
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    South Australia Lotteries
    23 Rundle Mall, Adelaide,
    South Australia.

    (South Australia Lottories is an affiliate of Overseas
    Subscriber Agents).
    Arena Complex 14 Donegall Square West, United Kingdom.

    From: Susan Console
    (Lottery Coordinator)


    We are pleased to inform you of the result of the South Australia
    Lotteries Winners International programs held on the 1st,November,2005. Your e-mail address attached to ticket #: 00903228100 with prize # 778009/UK drew 1,000,000.00 which was first in the 2nd class of the draws.you are to receive 1,000,000.00 (One Million Euros). Because of mix up in cash pay-outs, we ask that you keep your winning information confidential until your money (1,000,000.00) has been fully remitted to you by our accredited pay-point bank. This measure must be adhere to avoid loss of your cash prize - winners of our cash prizes are advised to adhere to these instructions to forestall the abuse of this program by other participants. It's important to note that this draws were conducted formally, and winners are selected through an internet ballot system from 60,000 individual and companies e-mail addresses - the draws are conducted around the world through our internet based ballot system. The promotion is sponsored and promoted by South Australia

    We congratulate you once again. We hope you will use part of it in our next draws; the jackpot winning is 85million. Remember, all winning must be claimed not later than 20 days. After this date all unclaimed cash prize will be forfeited and included in the next sweepstake. Please, in order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications remember to quote personal and winning numbers in all correspondence with us. Congratulations once again from all members of South Australia Lotteries. Thank you for being part of our promotional program. For immediate release of your cash prize to you, please kindly contact
    our Paying Bank ( Apple Bank london Uk .)
    Send them the following:
    (i). Your names,
    (ii) Contact telephone and fax numbers
    (iii) Contact Address
    (iv) your winning numbers
    (v) Quote amount won.

    Contact person: Dr. Johnson George
    E-mail: rorozikziky2006@yahoo.co.uk
    Congratulations once again.
    Yours in service,

    Susan Console

    Followed by another Email on November 12, I've attached a copy of the form they're asking to fill.

    X-Apparently-To: (protected)@yahoo.com via; Sat, 12 Nov 2005 00:39:19 -0800
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    Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2005 08:39:16 +0000 (GMT)
    From: "DR.JOHNSON GEORGE" <lottodrawco_cordinators2006@yahoo.co.uk>
    To: [email(protected)@yahoo.com[/email]
    In-Reply-To: <20051112064958.34813.qmail@web31705.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
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    Dear Eln Idrs,

    How are you today?
    Please print out the application form then fill,After
    that you scan it back then get back to me and also
    send a copy of the form to our bank...I will let you
    know the Next step.

    once you get back to me.

    Bank contact Email applebank_london@yahoo.co.uk

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  2. #2
    The Doctor Und3ertak3r's Avatar
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    Apr 2002
    Wee we Better rename this one to Lottery Scams if you will:

    There are a nice rash of these at the moment;
    There is the:
    The US Lottery Scam
    The UK Lottery Scam
    The New Zealand Lottery Scam

    You will reply to these and they give you a bit of a run around, ultimatly like the Nigerian Scam.. you have to Give a banker a bribe ooops a fee in advance to enable the release of the funds..

    As these mails seem to come from the same group.. yes it seems to be an organised scam (arent most of them) there are definate simularities from each country..

    So We call it the Scam.Lottery.x.y (insert your own alpha-numerical combo)

    BTW .. I thought these lotto scams were covered in an earlier thread.. cant find it now.. so I shouldnt complain..
    "Consumer technology now exceeds the average persons ability to comprehend how to use it..give up hope of them being able to understand how it works." - Me http://www.cybercrypt.co.nr

  3. #3
    Senior Member Deeboe's Avatar
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    Nov 2005
    Woo-Hoo!! You won!!

    You better hurry up and cash in on that before a Nigerian Prince takes your winnings and gives it to someone else!

    Here is a little (very little) more info on that:

    If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.
    - Sun Tzu, The Art of War


  4. #4
    Join Date
    Oct 2003
    Originally posted here by Und3ertak3r

    BTW .. I thought these lotto scams were covered in an earlier thread.. cant find it now.. so I shouldnt complain..
    Yep it was covered before but I still like to read the up to date scams. Just shows how lame the people who do this really are.

    Australian Lotto Scam

  5. #5
    The Doctor Und3ertak3r's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    taken from an earlier link:

    This list is by no means complete.. Well it didnt have two of the scams I have trapped in the past week... And as these scammers are targeting selected regions, my systems would miss the Aussi scams (seems logical.. who in OZ would enter the international OZ- Lotto)

    I like this advice:
    If you receive one of these scam emails, it is important that you do not respond to it in any way. The scammers are likely to act upon any response from those they see as potential victims. Although it can be educational and even entertaining to "bait" these scammers, such endeavours should only be attempted under controlled conditions. The people who run these scams are criminals and could even resort to violence and intimidation to meet their aims. You should delete the email without replying. Alternatively, you can forward the email to the address supplied on the FraudWatch International website for further investigation.
    "Consumer technology now exceeds the average persons ability to comprehend how to use it..give up hope of them being able to understand how it works." - Me http://www.cybercrypt.co.nr

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