UK Lotto 6/49's Superdraw for 2005 Christmas.
Guaranteed $26M jackpot, all in tax-free one time cash.
Plus, complete anonymity!
This Superdraw must be the one waited for by many UK Lotto 6/49 lovers for the past 5 months, since July 23.
Tonight's drawing, split or not, is so attractive that I doubt if any dead jackpot game player would be able to resist a hard temptation to buy some, or add a few more, tickets within just a few more hours to go.
Good luck to those who play UK Lotto 6/49 Superdraw tonight!
I received this email on Wednesday December the 21st 2005.
The National Lottery
P O Box 1010
Liverpool, L70 1NL
VERIFICATION AND FUND RELEASE FORM
ATTN: ONCE AGAIN THE WHOLE OF THE NATIONAL UK LOTTERY STAFFS ARE CONGRATULATING YOU, SO PLEASE GET BACK TO ME AS SOON AS POSSIBLE WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION'S TO ENABLE US FILE YOUR CLAIMS. AND WE WOULD LIKE TO TELL YOU THAT YOUR CLAIMS WAS PICKED BY RANDOM SEARCH OF EMAILS AND YOU WERE FIXED AT THE DRAW WHICH YOU CAME OUT SUCCESSFULLY THAT IS WHY YOU WERE NOTED SO PLEASE FILL OUT THE INFORMATION BELOW SO THAT WE PROCEED WITH YOUR CLAIMS.
9.BATCH NUMBER:____________________ B. REF NUMBER:______________
10.BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF COMPANY/INDIVIDUAL___________
Upon receipt of the duly requested data, I will send you the contact information of the payment office so you can proceed with effecting the release of your claim in anyway you deem fit.
Even though I think that it is a scam, I filled out all of the information that they asked for. I checked the numbers from this site on the above date and they are correct. Then a few days later, I received this email:
Hello David, the only alternative means is for you to come over to our office here in the UK and collect your winnings, if you have any alternate method apart from this one, i will be glad to know.
This was the last that I have heard from him. Do you think that this was a scam? Have you ever heard of courier charges before? According to the initial email, it may be too late, but I never even played this in the first place and now someone is claiming that I won something. Any info would be greatly appreciated. If you know of anyone else that has a take on this please let me know.
Hi shep23,Winning a UK lotto jackpot would be awesone to any lotto player. Anyway, the e-mail cites the complete results of UK Lotto 6/49's Dec.17 drawing and, seemingly to make it look trustworthy, uses the official UK National Lottery logos. Unfortunately, a closer look leads me to believe that it might have indeed nothing to do with the official UK lottery - for example, the e-mail address, yahoo but not national-lottery.co.uk, looks strange. Also, personally I have never heard of any such promotional offer from the UK National Lottery.
In reality, the real problem lies in the fact that it is asking you to send money first. I think you may feel free to contact the official UK National Lottery through e-mail, just for a confirmation purpose.Considering all things including a traditional wisdom saying 'No ticket purchased, No lottery prize at all!' I would recommend you definitely not to send any money at least until you receive in the first place, as they call it, your winnings.
(For your reference, below is the e-mail scam warning from the official UK national lottery)
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