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The BMW Group
Address: AbteilungTM-K, 80788,
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Dear sir/madam

REF: THE BMW GROUP LOTTERY WINNING DISBURSEMENT NOTIFICATION


This is to inform you that you have been selected for a cash prize of $1,500,000.00 USD (One Million, Five Hundred Thousand USD) and a brand new The BMW 7 Series Car from International programs held on the 16th of September 2016 in London, UK.

The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection system from a database of over 250,000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world.

The BMW Lottery is approved by the American and British Gaming Board and also Licensed by the The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR). This promotional lottery is the 3rd of its kind and we intend to sensitize the public with it. We also have the International Olympic Committee as our Joint Sponsor.

To begin the processing of your prize you are to contact our fiduciary claims department with the link below:

Name: Mr. Thomas Bach
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +17177448016

Contact him by providing him with your secret pin code Number
(BMW:255125HGDY03/23)

You are also advised to provide him with the under listed information as soon as possible:

1. Name In Full :
2. Residential Address :
3. Nationality :
4. Age :
5. Sex
6. Occupation :
7. Direct Phone :
8. Present Country :
9. Email address :
10. pin code Number BMW:255125HGDY03/23


Best Regards,
Raleigh Amette
Customer/Debt/Award Relationship Centre
(c) 2016 @ BMW Group
 

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Is it April already? :surprise:

Attn: Beneficiary

My name is Ms. Heidi Mendoza, Head Of United Nations Under-Secretary- General For Internal Oversight Services.

Meanwhile, I wish to inform you were among the scam victims listed to be released their overdue funds by the UNITED NATIONS in conjunction with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) after the last encounter we held concerning your funds. As directed by UN secretary General Ban Ki-Moon in collaborations with the IRS, I wish to state categorically that a transfer of $10,500,000.00 will be made to your bank account as almost 99% cost associated with the transfer of your funds has been prepaid by the U.S. Government. The only fee you will pay is the cost of processing a "Fund Clearance Certificate" by the paying bank. The "Fund Clearance Certificate" is required in accordance with the U.S. Monetary Transfer or deposit Policy and it is the only fee you will have to pay before your funds can be transferred to your account. After you have paid for the above mentioned certificate, the paying bank will process it and send a copy of it to you for your perusal.

Note once again that your overdue payment will be credited into your account you will furnish with the Bank without any delay as approved by United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and United States Government.

However, this is to inform you that we have been mandated by the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) department through the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) of the United States Department of the Treasury to release your overdue funds directly from the United Nations Compensation Fund Account via Telegraphic Transfer into your designated bank account. Note that the above sum is the payment of compensation awarded to you for losses and trauma resulting directly from scam committed against you in line with the Resolution 1483 (2012) adopted by the United Nations Security Council Headquarters in New York following series of complaints by the victims of scam.

Right from this moment, I will advise you to stop all further conversation with whomever you might be in contact with, promising to transfer your money to you, either through Lottery Winnings, Act as a Next of Kin, investment plan, dating from any social websites or any other related issue that involves transferring money as they are all nothing but fake.

Urgently respond with your full name, full address, copy of identification and direct phone number so that I will furnish you with the contact information of the paying bank. Remember, they will instruct you on how to send the money to them as soon as you contact them.

Yours Sincerely,

Ms. Heidi Mendoza
 

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You shouldn't have posted all of your information here. I've contacted the BMW Lottery with your PIN and claimed your winnings. I've already provided them with my bank information and I'll have my 1.5 mil by the end of the week.
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All I ever get is the inheritance from Nigeria and some overthrown African dictator that needs me to hold onto his money in my bank account.

Last week I was in the grocery store and guy ahead of me was buying $800 worth of prepaid credit cards, I wanted to engage him in conversation and ask if he was using them to pay some debt to someone that called him but he was out of there so quick I did not have a chance. Apparently a lot of iTune cards and prepaid credit cards are used to scam people out of hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars by people saying they are from a collection agency or Revenue Canada.

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All I can say is drinks are on you, pal. And I'll have a double.:toast:
 

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I had a conversation going with one of these scammers. They were ready to transfer the money after several emails back and forth but needed my banking information. I informed them of the good news that I would be traveling in London and planned to come by to pick up my cash. Once I gave fake flight information, the deal fell apart for some reason... It was fun to drag someone along thinking they were going to get some money from me.
 

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I had a conversation going with one of these scammers. They were ready to transfer the money after several emails back and forth but needed my banking information. I informed them of the good news that I would be traveling in London and planned to come by to pick up my cash. Once I gave fake flight information, the deal fell apart for some reason... It was fun to drag someone along thinking they were going to get some money from me.
I did the same thing with a bogus KLT-buy supposedly in michigan before I flew down to buy zippy_gg's bike. They didn't want to do the deal in person. :feedtroll
 
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Isn't this the second time that you had won??? Party time!!!! :wave
 
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I had a conversation going with one of these scammers. They were ready to transfer the money after several emails back and forth but needed my banking information. I informed them of the good news that I would be traveling in London and planned to come by to pick up my cash. Once I gave fake flight information, the deal fell apart for some reason... It was fun to drag someone along thinking they were going to get some money from me.
I thought about stringing the perp along but I'm preparing for a riding trip to Spain & Portugal (leaving later this week) and don't have the time for that kind of fun. :)
 
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