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2006-03-27 19:44:36 -
I just recieved the same scam. Thank god for Google and this forum. The scammer seems to be changing the wording slightly so that it can not be found when one searches for an exact phrase. I am a broke college student who is about to get married. I was extremely suspicious of this from the get go. I noticed that I had a check for $1,950 to cover taxes on $95,000. Capitol gains tax is 35%. Do the math. I was so hopeful and caught up in the idea of having $95,000 that I explained it away as an error on my part. I must have just not taken something into consideration. They must make payments or be tax exempt due to International Immunity. It's sad to say I did not trust my gut as much as I trusted a letter from someone far away that I have never met. The temptation of $95,000 was too overwhelming. I had to try it out and see where it went. Thankfully, as I had insufficient funds to cover the check, the banker would not cash it. I had to deposit it into my account. She was immediately suspicious of the check. I went against the request of the letter and showed it to her. I thought that if it were a scam, the scammer might be using the check to trace my account or something. Maybe, he would later try to make a withdrawal from the account. The banker suggested that I put a hold on my account while the check just incase. I kept trying to figure out where the catch was and I tried to block him from using that catch. It would be next to impossible to do that anyways. I never thought about what you all have said he is doing. I can barely restrain myself from calling back Mr. Michael Johnson(think he likes basketball) and cussing the slimy dog for everything he is worth. That would only defeat the purpose of reporting it to the proper authorities though. I just can't shake the feeling that I was so close to $95,000. I guess it could be worse. I could be out $1,950.


2006-03-27 19:26:54 -
Thank God for this forum and google! I have recieved a similar letter. It seems that the scammer is changing the letters slightly even to include grammaticle errors so that someone cannot search for an exact phrase. I had deposited the money in my account b/c being a college student preparing to get married, I did not have enough money in my account to cash it. A major warning sign was that they were using $1,950 dollars to pay the tax on $95,000. Capital gains tax is close to 35%. Do the math. The banker was suspicious of the check as was I.So, against the request of the letter, I told her about it and showed her the letter. I thought they might be able to get money out of my account after I deposited the check so I had the banker put a hold on my account till the check cleared just to make sure the check was legit. I have called my bank back and they are going to "reverse the check". I can barely restrain myself from calling Mr. Michael Johnson(think he likes basketball?) back and cussing the slimy dog for everything he's worth! However, that would defeat the purpose of reporting it to the proper authorities. I just can't shake the feeling that I was so close to having $95,000 dollars. I guess it could be worse. I could be out $1,950 dollars.


2006-03-25 20:01:31 -
My boyfriend was mailed a similiar letter, I'm glad I found this site to prove it is fake! Some clues that give it away.. it says it's a british lotto, but it's mailed from canada & the check has all USA addresses. Below is the exact contents of the letter to help prevent other people from being scammed:

United British Lotto
Certificate of Award
This is to vertify that:
(your name here)

Ref #EUDW 10/665RG8
Winner #: 0087477
Batch #: XEU231/007

Date MARCH, 14 2006

After a successful completion of the third category draws of Euro Lotto, held at London England, we are pleased to inform you of the offical announcement today that you have emerged one of the winners of the BRITISH INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY PROGRAMS, which is part of our promotional draws. Participants were selected through a ballot system drawn from 8,000,000 names and addresses of individuals who previously signed for the North American Sweepstakes, as part of our international promotions Program. Your ticket emerged as a winning ticket and consequently won in the Third Category. You have therfore been awarded a lump sum pay out of USD $95,000.00 (NINETY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS) in cash, which is the winning payout for third catergory winners. This is from the prize money of US $1,805,000.00 shared among nineteen (19) international winners in the Third catergory.

A tax and clearance fee of $2,850.00 has been financed with the enlcosed check. Kindly deposit or cash the check to pay for your tax and clearance fee. Your tax and clearance fee should be remitted to our designated North American Agent. You will receive a total of ($90,250.00), minus $4,750.00 (5% Sponsor's commission). Your agent will elaborate more on that. As soon as you receive this certificate, contact your agent bellow for the processing of your winning.

Special Notice! This award program has come to the public notice and in order to avoid unauthorized organizations, individuals contacting you, please ensure that this winning is kept absolutely confidential.

IF THIS PROCESS IS NOT COMPLETED ON OR BEFORE MARCH 31, 2006. WE SHALL ASSUME THIS FUND AS UNCLAIMED AND SHALL AUTOMATICALLY NULL AND VOID IT. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR AGENT FROM THE ACTIVATION AND AUTHORIZATION OF YOU CHECK.

(actual signature says 'Reginald')
RICHARD FOSTER
PRIZE DIRECTOR
Eurolotto

PLEASE SONTACT BREND ANDERSON OF STANDARD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP, SUBSIDIARY OF EURO TRUST CORPORATION, 145 SOUTHLAND DR S.E. SUITE 204 EDMONTON, AB . T5S 2T1 TEL 1-403-383-6782


Below is the information listed on the check:

Quaker Window Products Company
P.O. Box 128
Freeburg, Missouri 65035
800-315-2494

Central Bank
P.O. Box 779
Jefferson City, MO 65102
80-63/865

03/13/06
000000141326

TWO THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED EIGHT AND 75/100 DOLLARS

$*******2,998.75

Officers Signature
Michael ??(can't read)
Kenneth ??(can't read)

" 141326 " : 086500634 : " 0 " 8764 " 5"


I looked up the window company & it's real, but I don't see what it has to do with the lotto. AND the bank is somwhat real... The real bank is called Central Trust Bank.. which has the same address. Anyhow, definite scam!!


2006-03-25 14:47:10 -
HAS ANYONE RECEIVED A LETTER FROM CINDY JACOBS OF STANDARD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP INFORMING YOU HAVE WON 95,000 WITH A CHECK ENCLOSED FOR TAXES IN THE AMOUNT OF 2998.94 FOR EURO LOTTO AND IF SO IS IT A SCAM


2006-03-24 22:22:44 -
I recieved a same letter and check in the mail today, immediatly went to the bank and talked to them about, they said that there had been about 10 other people that had come into the bank asking about these checks, bank told me not to do anything with it, I went back home and googled the company on the check and got the real phone#, (cause the one on the check was not recieving incoming calls) I talked to a man at the company and he said that they have been trying to figure out who was doing this, I told him that I had talked to a women from the phone# off of the letter and told him what she had told me to do with the check, also she had given me a name and address to wire the money to when I withdrew it from my account. So he asked me to fax him all the information that the women had givin me so maybe it would help them figure out who is doing this and catch these people. It is a really cruel thing to do to somebody, especially someone who could really use the money, like me, a single mom of 2 kids. Thank god I figured it out, and thank god for google.


2006-03-23 18:50:39 -
I received a certificate from United British Lotto stating that I and 18 other people had won in the third category winners. They sent me a check in the amount of 1,998.75 supposedly for tax and clearance fee. They told me to deposit this in my bank account. Then he said when it clears to call him back. Then I would be sent $90,250.00 by UPS or some other mail carrier. Could you check on this for me?


2006-03-22 12:10:11 -
Hi,
I would like to know if anyone has recieved a letter from Euro Lotto saying you won a lottery and to please cash the enclosed check. That enclosed check is from my business, Tundratour. Somehow, someone has been able to counterfeit our checks. The letter also mentions Lotto T Gaming Casino Lotteries Inc, Peoples Choice Fin Mgt Group, subsidiary of Euro Trust Corp, contact, Anita Atkinson, 1772 24th street, Edmonton Alberta.
I have heard from several people already, and I could use any information that you might have on this.

Thanks
David Dempsey
Partner-Tundratour Consultants


2006-03-21 17:27:50 -
I like so many of you have been scamed. Unfortunately, I cashed my $1,988.50 check. I am so embarrased to say, I fell for it. It was a official looking letter with the check attached. I took the check to my bank, and of course they cashed it. A week later one of the bank employees called to tell me the Kuhlman Corporation had closed their account and now I was obligated to pay back the money. My check was signed by Reginald Fontaine the prize director for Eurolotto. I was suppose to send them $1,850.00 for a finance fee. I have my attorney working on this case. If they are caught, I am filing charges and they will be punished to the fullest extent of the law. DO NOT CASH ANY CHECK FROM THIS COMPANY. KUHLMAN CORPORATION


2006-03-21 13:09:04 -
I WOULD LIKE TO REPORT OF THE SAME PROBLEMS THESE OTHER PEOPLE ARE HAVING..JUST TODAY I GOT A CERTIFICATE OF AWARD AND A CHECK FOR 2,998.94 IN THE MAIL AGAIN.I DID MY CHECKING OUT ON THIS BEFORE DOING ANYTHING,,AND AS I SEE BY READING THE OTHER PEOPLE ON HERE,JUST HELPED ME OUT BETTER..THE COMPANY ON THE PAPER IS STANDARD FINANCAL MANAGEMENT GROUP,SUBSIDIARY CORPORATION FROM 145 SOUTHLAND DR S.E SUITE 204 EDMONTON,AB.T5S 2T1 TELEPHONE THEY PUT DOWN IS 780-604-7360..WHEN I HAPPEN TO SEE IT WAS FROM THE UNITED BRITISH LOTTO,I THOUGHT TO MYSELF,( WHERE I WAS FROM ENGLAND) I THOUGHT MAYBE ONE OF MY AUNTS PUT MY NAME IN,,BUT I AM SO GLAD I FOUND THIS SITE AND I HAD HEADS UP ON EVERYTHING,,SO PEOPLE PLEASE WATCH OUT FOR THESE BAD GUYS,,THEY DON'T CARE ABOUT US,,JUST OUR MONEY,THEY DON'T CARE IF WE GO TO JAIL,,ALL THEY CARE ABOUT IS MONEY!!!!!TAKE CARE AND GOD BLESS YOU ALL,,


2006-03-20 16:12:54 - NS
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING ABOUT LOTTERY SCAMS:
Lottery scam letters are sent out by the thousands and thousands every day. There are only two things the bad guys want: your money and your identity. Your identity is just as important or even more important than any money you send them, and they can get your identity when you open the very first letter if it contains a Trojan horse or spyware; scam letters often do.
They will tell you whatever you want to hear. They will tell you whatever they feel you will believe. They will pretend to be lawyers, claims agents, bankers, law enforcement agents, people of high rank in the government, gaming officials, tax collectors, and any other title that will convince you they are good people.
Legitimate lotteries, free lotteries (also known as Sweepstakes) never, NEVER ask for money. They do not have to. There are no fees of any kind. If you really win a lottery or Sweepstakes, the only money you owe is the tax you personally pay directly to your government. This tax is never paid through anyone else or by anyone else. This is true in every country.

They tell you that you must pay money for bank fees, storage, shipping, and a long line of false reasons. Every single reason, every document is false. All documents are counterfeit or forged. There are no fees for insurance. There is no document or charge stating that the "winnings" will not be used for terrorism or illegal purposes. No such document exists. Lottery money is not stored at a security house. Lottery money is not shipped in cash. Lottery money is not sent by courier.

Lottery money or Sweepstakes (free lottery) money is sent by check using DHL, UPS, or FedEx. The check is from the Lottery Company and has the lottery company name on the check. For instance, if you win the ABC Lottery, the check will say ABC Lottery on it. The address for ABC Lottery will be correct. It will be one that you can verify on your own, without asking the people who wrote the letters. Why does the check come from the lottery company and have the lottery company name on it? Because the lottery or Sweepstakes wants you to make copies of the check. They want you to show it to everyone so that more people will register. This is very important to them.


Nothing in the winning notification letter is true. All the letters are sent by people in a fraud cell. A cell is a part of a fraud ring that consists of a few members who work under instructions from the fraud ring leader. The fraud cell works from hotel rooms, back rooms ("boiler" rooms) and Internet Cafes.

If you walk into one of these boiler room, you see a lot of laptop computers and cell phones. Cell phones might be piled on tables or on beds. Each cell phone has a different name taped on the back.

Actually, two names are written there. One is the name of a scam victim, the other is the name of the character the scammer is playing.

That is how each criminal knows what to say on the phone because the lies are based on the victim's name written on the tape and the phony name attached to that phone number.

Each criminal in the fraud cell knows which one of them is corresponding with that particular victim, and knows what part to play. One single criminal in a boiler room can be using as many as 30 different false names and titles.

I have received a check/money order and I am supposed to send some of the money to ____________.

DANGER!! DO NOT TOUCH THAT CHECK OR MONEY ORDER! The check or money order you have received is COUNTERFEIT or stolen and you are responsible for the entire amount. You are responsible for any money you spend and any money you send to anyone else. If the bank or check casher is not aware of this crime (called OVERPAYMENT FRAUD), then you could be arrested. Also, you owe taxes on the money that you kept.

IF YOU wired money by Western Union or Moneygram. Can YOU GET it back?
No, I am afraid you cannot get your money back. This is true for 3 reasons. (1) Once the funds are sent through Western Union and picked up at the other end, there is no trail to follow. (2) You don't really know where you are sending the money or who is going to pick it up. The funds you wired can be picked up at any Western Union office anywhere in the world, and they can be picked up by anyone who furnishes the specified identification, which is often false. (3) The criminals do not put the money in a savings account. It is spent immediately. The money goes to fund further scam operations, amusement, opening and maintaining drug routes, and funding terrorism.


2006-03-20 13:21:15 -
Received a letter from 'Euro Letter' similar to the hundreds of others stating that "I was one of the 18 winners in the North American sweepstakes" etc. I was supposed to cash the check for $ 1998.85.The scary part is that the check is from Ethan Allen Inc and drawn on Chase Manhattan .The person I was supposed to contact was a Monica Edwards at Standard Financial Management Group,a subsidiary of Euro Trust Corporation ,Ottawa, Ont. There was no Monica but 'Edward' spoke to me and said that phone # on the check had technical problems and gave me a different # to call.The person who answered here told me the check was a valid one and issued by Ethan Allen.
Nothing seems straight forward and everything looks suspicious.


2006-03-05 14:29:42 -
recibi un ck de la compania cronin construction corp. de una lotteria de euro lotto


2006-03-03 15:33:30 -
I received the letter in the mail from Euro Lotto about a week ago. I was very unsure so I looked it up on the internet and found info about lottery scams. I talked it over with my fiance and this idiot keeps telling me to deposit the check but I know better. I refuse to sit in jail because of someone else. So, the check is sitting home on my computer waiting to be reported. I found this website in hopes to warn anyone else out there of this crazy scam. Maybe if officials offered some kind of reward money for reporting we could get more people to report this stuff and maybe they'll have enough to catch the bastards.
Peace & Love


2006-03-03 14:11:32 -
my computer has been down until yesterday and it is too late. I got the $1998.95 check with the Eurolotto letter. I thought it was a scam so I let the letter sit a few days. I called the number and David Rogers told me to cash or deposit it. I tried to open an account with just that check but could not, so I deposited it into my checking account. I went to the bank two days later (when the teller said the check will have cleared)and withdrew the $1998.95, believing it was not my money anyway. I specifically told the teller the details and that I was suspicious about the check. She said that the funds from that deposit were available (I took that to mean that the check had cleared) so I sent it off and you all know the rest of the story. Ohio state attny. gen. won't persue it, To stop this crap it is going to take people who get this letter to work with law enforcement at the time the money is being received(Western Union office). That is when the actual crime is being committed. If you get this letter please let me know as I would love nothing more than to stop these scams. d_train001@yahoo.com


2006-03-02 00:56:05 -
lotto winner@cyber.net.pk told me Iam the winner of the 950,215.00


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