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Tharyck Tryskall
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PostPosted: Wed 17 Nov 2004 04:03    Post subject: Fraud Bank Standard Finance&Securities Reply with quote

Very obliged Olá, for the information follows below the information already more than bound to 11 times for Jakarta the contact always was with Mr. James Watti and in the Joined Kingdom Mr. Roy Williams Please I ask for to orientation oque to make and as to proceed? I sent copy of my passport and Identification here in my Country. The Standard Finance&Securities until sent a certificate informing that the prize is my disposal but I would have that appear in person the Jakarta to rescue the values. Always affirmed for James Watti.
> Standard Finance&Securities
> Physical Address: Jl. Kelapa Dua No. 17a Jakarta Indonesia
> Telephone: +628568910346
> Fascimile: +622170152260
> E-mail:
> URL:
> ADDRESS: 25 Malcomess Park St Georges Road East London
> DATE: 24th, July 2004
> BATCH: EGGS-724-548-210: REFERENCE: 66/4419/IPD
> This is to inform you of the release of the EL-GORDO LONDON SWEEPSTAKE
> held on the 30th of September 2004. The results were released on the 4th,
> October, 2004. Your email address was attached to ticket number
> 879-369-791-245
> with serial number 210-548-985-419 that drew the lucky numbers of
> 36-98-65-58-52,
> which consequently won the lottery in the 1st category. You have therefore
> been approved for a lump sum of payment of Dollars 2,500.OOO.OO (TWO
> FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ONLY) in cash. Credited to file with
> REF:Nº.EGS/2568-8974/1049.
> This is from US $75,000,000.00 (SEVENTY FIVE MILLION US DOLLARS) in cash
> among the 16 participating finalist playing 6,000 full tickets.
> Your fund is now deposited with our Security Company and insured in your
> name. Due to mix up of some numbers and names, we ask that you keep this
> award from public notice until your claims has been processed and the
> money
> remitted to your account as this is part of our security protocol to avoid
> double claiming of unwarranted taking advantage of this program by
> participants
> as it has happened in the past. All participants were selected through a
> computer ballot system drawn from 25.000 names from Asia, Australia, New
> Zealand, Europe, North and South America, Middle East and Africa as part
> of our International Promotions Program.
> We hope your lucky name will draw a bigger cash prize in the subsequent
> programs. To begin your lottery claims, please contact your claims agent,
> MR.ROY WILLIAMS on Telephone number:+0044- 7031942024 and Fax no:
> 0044-8701258022,
> Remember, all prize money must be claimed not later than two weeks from
> the day you receive this notification. Any claim not made before this date
> will be returned to the East London Regional Office. And also be informed
> that 2% of your lottery winning belongs to your agent because they are the
> company that bought your ticket and played the lottery on your name, NOTE
> this 2% will be remitted. AFTER you have received your winnings prize
> because
> the money is insured in your name already.
> NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please
> remember
> to quote your reference and batch numbers in every correspondence with
> your
> claim agent or us. Furthermore, should there be any change of address,
> please
> do inform your claim agent as soon as possible. Your claim agent, MR ROY
> WILLIAMS, will send a copy of your lucky winning ticket and your deposit
> certificate to you.
> Once again from all members of our staff and thank you for being a part
> of our International promotions program. We wish you continued good
> fortunes.
> Sincerely,

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PostPosted: Wed 17 Nov 2004 15:58    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Tharyck Tryskall welcome to our forum!

My name is Q, if you have any question don't hestiate to contact us by posting in the REQUEST HELP forum.

We've edited your post to remove the email address. This is to protect you as scammers may well in the future register with this forum and use to it groom victims. For the same reason private messages have been disabled. I have also moved your post to a move apprioprate forum so you can get a better response from the members here.

Can you please tell us more information about what you posted? It is definately a scam but in order to advise you, we need to know what action you took with the letter.


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Joined: 09 Nov 2004, 19:56
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PostPosted: Wed 17 Nov 2004 16:22    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you for reporting this here and a warn welcome from all of us.

I can inform you that is in fact a bogus company, as it is not registered to do business in indonesia.
Please tell us more, so we can better evalute how you got into that scam.
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PostPosted: Wed 17 Nov 2004 17:10    Post subject: Reply with quote


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PostPosted: Wed 17 Nov 2004 22:57    Post subject: Reply with quote

Prezados friends, very obliged for the reply, everything started with an email who I received from this cursed lottery I answered and I started to arrive other email informing as I wanted to recebger the money if he is saw or booty on-line or transference would bank for personal account, informed my personal datas and counts bank clerk and later they had asked for to personal documents the passport I I did not have and then I ordered for email copy of RG and CPF here of Brazil, therefore am Brazilian, forgive me if the gramatica will be missed I does not only say English the Portuguese and is using a software to translate the messages, Continuing... then took off the passport and ordered the copy of it oque I I make, now that risks I run? I inform that my name is not this that this signing Tharyck Tryskall, if to need for the real name please informs with everything this to me is a little without route. I am thankful sincerely.
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PostPosted: Thu 18 Nov 2004 00:45    Post subject: Reply with quote

We don't need your real name. In fact we actually advise you not to publish personal details about yourself here.

Are these lottery scammer still contacting you? If they are I recommend that you block them immediately from you account. If you can dispose of the email account and sign up for a new one even better. This way the scammers will not be able to contact you by changing their email address if they realised they've been blocked.
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PostPosted: Thu 18 Nov 2004 02:38    Post subject: Reply with quote

Again, I ask, oque I make I am worried, I sent documents scaneados for email passport Document of Identification here in Brazil and ID of taxes that are the CPF. I go to look Federal Policia but oque I make in relation the International... Very obliged.
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PostPosted: Thu 18 Nov 2004 03:25    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ahh, now i understand, you mean o que (= what).
I don't think you have to worry to much, there is not really much they can do with a scan of your passport. Usually they just want to get it, to see who they are dealing with.
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PostPosted: Thu 18 Nov 2004 13:16    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree. Don't worry about this and just "walk away".

Never communicate with them again, not even if they phone you. Ignore them as if you are dead...
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PostPosted: Wed 01 Dec 2004 02:59    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've just been through this with a woman that I warned about another type of fraud. She had told the scammers her name, phone number and address and was worried about identity fraud where the scammers would use her identity to empty her bank account.

There is nothing to worry about with you having just sent a scan of your passport. They shouldn't be able assume your identity from just that. Apart from knowing who they are dealing with, having you send a scan of your passport is really a psychological ploy to drag you into the scam. Once you've sent them something that hasn't cost anything then you will be less worried about sending them money.

As has been said, don't talk to them any more, and if you can change your e-mail address then you may feel just that little bit safer.
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