Monthly Archives: May 2013

Coca-Cola Lottery cocacolaclaimsuk@live.com +448712378076 = Scam

PO Box 1010, Liverpool
L70 1NL, United Kingdom,

Dear Lucky Winner,
This is to inform you that you have won a prize money of £500,000.00(Five Hundred Thousand Pounds) for the Yearly Coca-Cola Lottery promotion United Kingdom which is organized by Coca-Cola in conjunction with Chevron Texaco Oil and Gas Company, “Your Email Address” were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from Nine hundred thousand email from Canada, Australia, United States, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceanic as part of our international promotions program which is conducted annually, we have only selected 20 people as our winners, through electronic ballot System without the winner applying.

These are your identification numbers:
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Lucky Numbers:7/4/88/28/01/40

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1. Full Name:

2. Address:.

3. Sex

4. Age:

5. Telephone Number:

6. Occupation:

7. State:

8. Country:

9.Email id:

To file for your claim, please fill and submit your verification form to our Foreign Service manager immediately via email: cocacolaclaimsuk@live.com
Dr. Klas Morgan
Foreign Service Manager
Coca-Cola Lottery (Pty) Ltd.
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Email: cocacolaclaimsuk@live.com

I want to Congratulate You In Advance and Please Do Not Forget to Help the Poor In the Society When Coca-Cola Makes You a Beneficiary Of their World Of Wealth.

Congratulations once again on your winnings!!!
Yours Faithfully,
Dr.Klas Morgan
For the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Coca-Cola Lottery Company

Face book/Microsoft Award Team Promotion 2013 fb.live@live.com = Scam

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Face book/Microsoft Award Team Promotion 2013
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WINNING NOTIFICATION!!!

This is to inform you that your email has won a consultation prize of the
Face book/Microsoft Corporation EMAIL DRAW 2013. Your email has won you
(500,000.00GBP) Five Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds) To claim your
prize,please contact your Fiduciary agent Mr. David Fisher with your
Batch#: YM 09102XX and Ref#: YM35447XX and contact him via:email
immediately within 24hrs with the following details below.
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CERTIFICATE OF PRIZE CLAIM (Receipt Official Notification Letter).
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1. Full Name……………
2. Country………………
3. Contact Address…….
4. Telephone Number….
5. Fax Number………….
6. Marital Status……….
7. Occupation………….
8. Age………………….
9. Sex………………….

Mr. DAVID FISHER
Head of Winning Claims Dept UK .
Email: fb.live@live.com
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Congratulations from the entire Board of the Face book/Microsoft
Corporation on behalf of our Chairmen Honorable Mr. Bill Gates and Mr Mark
Zuckerberg.
Yours in Service

Mrs. Marilyn Blandish
Award Promotions Manager
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Reply to your fiduciary agent for the claims of your win.
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YOU WON THIS FACE BOOK/MICROSOFT ONLINE PROMOTIONS 2013

WORLD LOTTERY ORGANIZATION +447024075697 claimagentmason@gmail.com = Scam

WORLD LOTTERY ORGANIZATION PROGRAM WINNER NOTIFICATION

We the Board and Management of B’Micronet/WORLD LOTTERY ORGANIZATION,Wishes to inform you the results of the E-mail address ballot lottery international program held on 25th APRIL 2013. This Account with WORLD LOTTERY ORGANIZATION.com Has been picked as a winner of the Program.
You are hence declared as one of the World Gaming Sponsor Lottery Program. This Category of
winning has Won you the Sum of ?250,000.00 (TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS ONLY) You will need to send your details to the claims and verification department to claim your winnings and release your prize to you. The results is today released to you in the “A” Category. Your Address was selected through a computer ballot system in which you were noticed as one of the winners of the winning notification. send your details to the claims officer below..

WINNING DETAILS:
Award numbers: MLAT#2012
batch number; SNL 71197431-ZNG/2013
the file referance number ; SNL 9910289/ ES 856
Pin : 1206

Contact Claim Officer:
MR. Mason Johnson
Email: claimagentmason@gmail.com
Phone Number : +447024075697

Claims Requirements
Full Name: _______________
Home / Office Address:_____________
Age: _______________
Sex: _______________
Occupation: _______________
Marital Status: ___________
Contact Phone Number: _______________
Nationality: ________
Country Of Residence: _______________
Email Address: _______________

Response Should Be Sent Immediately To Mr. Mason Johnson Email: claimagentmason@gmail.com NOTE: NOTE; To file for your claim, You are advised to contact the validating officer of your winning within Eleven-working days of this winning notification.

The Micronet/WORLD LOTTERY ORGANIZATION lottery has reached a decision from headquarters that any double claim discovered by the Lottery Board will result to the Canceling of that particular winning, making a loss for both the double claimer and the real winner, as it is taken that the real winner was the informer to the double claimer about the lottery. So you are hereby strongly advised once more to keep your winnings strictly confidential until you claim your prize.

Congratulation!

Yours Sincerely,
Administrator
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TOYOTA AUTOMOBILE COMPANY UK “Email Id”Award promotion 2013 (+44)8719745650 (+44)7017852040 toyotcompanyuk@yahoo.com = Scam

TOYOTA AUTOMOBILE AWARD WINNING NOTIFICATION (UK).

TOYOTA AUTOMOBILE COMPANY LTD.
22, Garden Close, Stamford, Lincs,
PE9 2YP, London, United Kingdom.
Email: toyotcompanyuk@yahoo.com
Tel: (+44)8719745650 (+44)7017852040

Attn:
Star Prize Winner,
This is a formal notification of the just concluded final draws of the TOYOTA AUTOMOBILE COMPANY UK “Email Id”Award promotion 2013. In United Kingdom. You have been approved to be paid a winning sum of? (GBP500, 000.00) Five Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds, Hp Laptop and a Camcorder Camera The online world email Id draws was conducted from an exclusive list of 7,000 000 “EMAIL ID “of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer selection from the web. No tickets were sold. After this automated computer ballot, your email id has been emerged as one of the five winners in category “B” with the followings: winning Amount: GBP500, 0000.00 Five Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling, hp laptop and a Samsung camcorder.
Your winning demanded draft has been deposited in our bank here for security reason, and you are to complete the verification form below and return to us for further process on how you will get your winning prize.
COMPLETE THE VERIFICATION FORM AND SEND WITH A SCAN PHOTOCOPY OF IDENTITY CARD TO OUR PROMO TEAM ON:
EMAIL: toyotcompanyuk@yahoo.com
VERIFICATION FORM
1.Full Name: ………………………………………

2.Full Address: ……………………………………

3.State: ……………………………………………..

4.Occupation: …………………………………….
5.Age: ………………………………………………..
6.Sex: ………………………………………………..
7.Country: …………………………………………..

8.Winning Email: …………………………………
9.Tel Number: ………………………………………

Any unclaimed prize will be returned to the treasury of Toyota Automobile Company Limited United Kingdom. You are advised to keep your winning details strictly to yourself and not share it with any individual or firm to avoid confiscation of your prize or claims.

Thanks.

TOYOTA 2013’Award Promotion Uk!
(A SUBSIDIARY OF TOYOTA AUTOMOBILE COMPANY ‘JAPAN.)
Tel: (+44)8719745650

DR.DIMON FRANK
PRIZE ADMINISTRATOR OF TOYOTA AWARDS.
Tel: Tel: (+44)7014246573

PAST AWARD WINNERS

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A week in review. Geox, Asda, Goji, and a Car Boot Fair

Wednesday

It’s a new day, it’s a new dawn….. But the same old crappy weather. Well, we are staying in a caravan in Kent, so regardless of the month, it’s England, the weather would be dire. I bet if you built a caravan park in the middle of the Sahara Desert it would rain nonstop.
Maybe I’ve figured out how to cure the drought problems in Africa? Build caravan parks in the areas where you need more rain.
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Back in Kent and the real World, it was off to Ashford Designer Outlet (Kimberley Way, Ashford. Tel:01233 895900) to look for a couple of iPad and iPhone cases, and whatever else we happen to see. The iPhone and iPad cases eluded us, but I did get a pair of Geox shoes, so it was not a completely wasted trip.
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Just like normal Mrs.R came away completely empty handed.
After we’d finished shopping at the designer outlet we popped next door to the Asda Superstore to pick up a few bits and bobs. It was an odd place. A good few of the customers looked very unhealthy, with bad complexions. There were also a few sporting a lot of gold jewellery, and they definitely were not L.A. rappers. Ashford may only be few miles from London but wandering round in Asda it felt like being in a different country. I wonder what it is like in the local Lidl or Aldi?

Thursday

Hermit day. We stayed in the caravan and ate roast lamb. Nuff said!
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Friday

We headed into London on family business, but also made a brief side-trip to PC World where we picked up two very nice goji cases for our iPads, for the bargain price of £10 each. I also purchased a Western Digital 500gb hard-drive to back up the hard-drive on the MacBook. Unfortunately they didn’t have any decent iPhone5 cases, so the hunt continues.
Goji iPad Case
There was good news in the morning post, my replacement photo driving licence had arrived, so we visited the Avis car hire office on the Purley Way, where I was added to the car rental, to give Laura a break from driving, or as she said – a break from not drinking beer. 😉

Saturday
White Horse

Sunday

Bright and early we headed to the Ashford Car Boot Fair. We weren’t looking for anything specifically, although we wanted to get a couple of cheap iPhone5 cases to last us, and protect our phones from being damaged, at least until we can find decent phone cases (probably via online shopping), for which we will need a permanent postal address for delivery. Thankfully we both found an iphone5 case we liked. Unusually for me, as I like rbight colours, I chose a plain black flip-case, Laura opted for a bright pink one, which matches her pink iPad case.
I also picked up a new cigarette rolling-machine, plus several packs of papers, and to celebrate I had a full English breakfast in the onsite cafe. Laura wasn’t hungry so she sat people-watching while I scoffed my fry-up. :)
Full English breakfastAshford MarketIPhone5
It was an interesting experience at the market. Maybe it was because we’ve been away from England for so long on our travels, but there seemed to be a lot of ‘unique people’. Weather-wise it was a cool morning, but there were lots of people wearing shorts and t-shirts. Maybe the flesh exposing clothes were chosen to show off their numerous tattoos?
Luckily I was not intimidated by the inked-army because I was with a badass tattooed lady. Well, I was with Mrs.R, and she’s inked. By inked I mean she’s got a spiritual symbol tattooed on a very visible part of her body. 😉 By which I mean, she has a small Om tattoo on her hand, but not sure if that is badass enough. 😮
Back ‘home’ I rustled up some flatbreads to have with our lunch. It was first bread-making in nearly two years. The flatbreads came our good, the generous slathering of butter perfected them. Delicious!

Monday

Having spent most of our time doing nothing but relaxing, interspersed with sleeping, and eating we thought it was time we did something touristy, so we headed to Rye Harbour, Rye, and last but not least the Chapel Down Vineyard.
It was a cloudy day but dry until we reached Chapel Down.
Walking round Rye Harbour was surprisingly pleasant considering the dull cold day. We both took quite a few photos, and I even shot a little bit of video. The harbour and surrounding area would obviously have looked nicer had it been bathed in sunshine, but even in the gloom there were interesting textures, shapes, and colours.
There were lots of seagulls, and various other birds busily going about their lives, a few old couples walking hand-in-hand, and sludge, there was lots and lots of sludge. Thankfully there was also quite a lot of clean long grass on which we scraped and wiped our filthy boots before returning to the car. I don’t think Avis would appreciate us returning the hire car to them having used the footwell carpet as a doormat, and I definitely wouldn’t be impressed by the extra cleaning charge. 😮

Tuesday

Yet another day of tourism for us. We headed to Lydd for a look round the village, which mainly consisted of us spending ages in the churchyard photographing the graves, grounds, and exterior of the church, and popping in to the very friendly newsagent to purchase a Euro million lucky dip lottery ticket. After which we headed down to Lydd-on-Sea for a beer at the Pilot Inn. Well, a beer for Mrs.R, and a soft drink for me. I came very close to wetting my whistle with a pint of real ale, but unfortunately not close enough. I parked in the pub car park in front of the pub. As soon as we entered the pub the barmaid greeted us with a smile and asked what we’d like. As we scanned the pumps to see what was on offer, my lovely wife turned to me and said she’d drive if I wanted a beer. Not surprisingly I said, yes! to which my lovely wife said, ‘oh, I don’t really want to drive I was just offering to be thoughtful, as I thought you’d say no.’ The barmaid laughed and said to Mrs.R, I didn’t think that was a genuine offer. I was crushed. That may be a slight exaggeration, but I’d been looking forward to a nice pint, not a glass of something soft. Anyway, I ordered a coke, which at least was a proper glass of Coco-Cola from a can, and not watered down crap from a siphon, or worse still Pepsi. Mrs.R chose a pint of Adnams, which she said was really good, repeatedly. Mrs.R seemed to find it amusing that she was on the beer, and I was on the wagon. I must admit that, thankfully, traumatic pub visits like this happen very rarely. :)
A nice pint of beer may have eluded me on this occasion but I still enjoyed our brief stop at this pub. After we’d finished our drinks, and just as dozens of pensioners arrived for their fish ‘n chip lunch, we left and went for a walk down across the pebbles beach which was directly outside the pub. We strolled right down to the sea, or at least I did, Mrs.R stopped about halfway down saying she wanted to stop and admire the view, take a photo, and enjoy the sea air. She also said it was bloody cold, and she didn’t want to walk down to the sea as walking back up involved a lot of hard work across millions of pebbles. Fair enough! I was happy to paddle in the sea by myself. Ha! Not really, it was bloody freezing, and windy, so we were both keen to get back in the car.
We returned to the caravan, and that was about it for the day, and night.

Australian National lottery kingsley.bradshaw@live.com +4487 1915 7274 = Scam

COOL STREET
PAUL GREEN VILLE Ax34587,
AUSTRALIA.

This is to notify you of the Australian National lottery draw promo held here in Australia and you have been awarded the sum of 500,000.00 (Five Hundred Thousand Pounds Sterling) by the committee set up by the lottery Board, and consequently you won the lottery through a computer ballot system and your email address was gotten through Australian Information Network Online(A.U.I.N.O) which is affiliated with the internet. Your email address was attached to ticket number; 4700172507056490102 serial number 7741134002 this batch draws the lucky numbers as follows 5-13-33-37-42 bonus number17, which consequently won the lotto in the second category.

To begin your claim process, please contact your claims manager with details below

NAME:
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WINNER REF/BATCH NO………………………APPROVED FOR PAYMENT.

Mr. Kingsley Bradshaw.
Claims Verification Department
Email:kingsley.bradshaw@live.com
+4487 1915 7274.

Australian National Lottery Board.