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419 Scam: Fake Lottery winning notification by postal mail (letter from Elgordo / Santa Lucia)

Since late 2004 we have received a number of reports of fake winning notifications involving fake lotteries in Spain going out by conventional postal mail ("snail mail"). The fake "securities company" the recipients are supposed to contact (and later send money to) is called "Santa Lucia Seguros S.A." or something along those lines. The "email lottery" is "EL GORDO" or another fake lottery operation (see fake names).

Fake lotteries in postal scams:

  • El Gordo Spanish Sweepstake Lottery
  • ELGORDO Loteria Primitiva
  • EL GORDO DE LA PRIMITIVA
  • el mundo spanish loteria primitiva
  • LA PRIMITIVA LOTERIA Y APUESTAS
  • Loteria Primitiva
  • EURO SWEEPSTAKE LOTTERIES S.A
Fake institutions:
  • INTERNATIONAL LOTTO COMMISSION
Fake "claims agents":
  • santalucia seguros s.a.
  • SANTALUCIA SEGUROS SA
  • Santa Lucia Security Company S.A.
  • SANTA LUCIA COMPANY S.A.
  • Dinameco Seguros S.A
  • Omega Seguros SA
  • Solid Trust Security and Insurance S.A.
  • Global Fortune Security S.A.
  • DIRECT SEGUROS S.A
  • MAPFRE MARKETING CO.
  • RICOH SECURITY AGENCY S.L.
  • CATALOÑA PROMOTION COMPANY S.L.
  • GRUPO EULEN S.A.

Despite the various cellphone numbers and (fake) postal addresses being used, the letters all appear to be from the same gang, since most quote a similar figures for the prize amount (EUR 615,810 or USD 615,810). Most envelopes were postmarked in Malaga, Spain, but some were mailed from Valencia or Madrid. The address was printed directly on the envelope using a printer and an Arial-font. There is no return address written on the envelope.

The content doesn't vary much from the fake lotteries that use email. We are not sure about the reasons for the spam going back to its roots (it originally started by postal mail as the "Spanish prisoner's scam" around the year 1911, see "419 FAQ: Since when has this scam been around?"). Back in the 1980s the infamous "Nigeria scam" started out being committed primarily by postal mail and faxes. The main targets then were the greedy but gullible amongst businessesmen. The scam turned into a mass phenomenon only with the advent of email in recent years, as email enabled the scammers to reach millions of potential victims at virtually no cost.

We received fake lottery winning notification reports from recipients in various countries. Here are some reports:

If you receive such letters, you can help us in this way:

  • Report the attempted fraud to the police in your country. They may be able to get fingerprints off the documents, depending on how it has been handled. If you do that, please mail us photocopies of the letter and envelope (see here for our postal address).
  • You can mail us the originals of the letter and envelope (see postal address).
  • If you have access to a scanner, you can email us scans of the letter and envelope.
  • Instead of mailing or scanning the letter and envelope, you can also fax them to the following fax mailbox: +1-206-984-4009 (please use "fine" mode if possible)
  • Email us the basic details of the letter as the following persons have done.
  • Check the envelope: Where was it posted (e.g. "Malaga")? What brand of stationery was it (e.g. "Unipapel", "OpenSAM")?
  • What is mailed to your normal postal address? Was it addressed to LASTNAME FIRSTNAME? Was your address shortened in any way?
  • If you have called the numbers listed, let us know what your experience was. Could you place the accent of the speaker? Could you hear any background noises at the other end of the line?
  • Was there anything else you noticed?

We will compare the letters we receive to see if there are any patterns or obvious links to particular online versions of the scam. Your name, address, email address and other personal details you supply to us will be treated fully confidential. We will not publish them or use them for any other purpose.

We are trying to determine how the postal addresses are obtained and how the recipients are selected. One remarkable conclusion so far is that the postal mail scammers target immigrants. In 26 scam letters reported to us by email, only 4 of the surnames were associated with the ethnic majority in the recipient's country, but these were not particularly common names. In another 4 cases the name was unknown (email address only) or could not be classified. In the remaining 18 cases (about 2 out 3) the recipient was an immigrant or other foreign resident or the surname was more common in a country other than the country of residence. This is highly unusual, considering that in most countries fewer than 10% of the population are foreign-born.

Samples of postal mail winning notification and claims form

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Report from Istanbul/Turkey

Yesterday I have got a letter (usual post) from Madrid. After that I checked on internet and saw your page.
This letter comes from

Intl. Lotto Commission, calle ruýýz collegio 103, piso 6b madrid capital 20045 espana
tel: 0034657630402.

It says that they inform I won a prize (615.810 euro) from El Mundo spanish lottery and to begin my lottery claim I have to contact with Don Fernando Diego (foreign operation manager :)) of
santalucia seguros s.a.
tel: 0034 685649690,
fax:0034 685 647 721

The sender of letter is Dr luise Alexerdan ( Vice President oficina central Intl. lotto commision:)))
As well another paper attached that they demand me to fill it and fax to santalucia seguros s.a +34 685 647 721.
The address on this paper is: calle pasaje serrano 21 28002 madrid spain.
tel: 0034 685 649 690
fax: 0034 685 647 721
email: santaluciaseguros@safe-mail.net,
branch office: tweemont straat 209 brussels-belgium

I know that this is spam and I found your contact. Please add this infos on blacklist
(from Istanbul/Turkey)

Report from Denmark

Can you get a letter from this people too
or is it only email- messages?
They say we won nine hundred and sixty euro! And we never bought a ticket although we a playing a lot because of the situation we are in... For one secound we believe it but luckely we didnt fall for it.

Company:

Loteria Natcional, C/San Pez Ancatara 24, 08905 Barcelona, fax. 0034616374371

from Don Franscisco Munoz

We should then call the agent Mr. Morgan Pinazo Manager of Dinameco Seguros S.A phonenumber 0034 686 058 377 and fax. 0034 686 829 269
(from Denmark)


Report from Colorado, USA

I didn't receive notification of my big winnings in the Spanish Lottery via e-mail but rather by snail-mail, all the way from Madrid. I checked your web site and didn't see the phone numbers and names, so I thought I'd take the time to pass them along:

* The letter came from SANTALUCIA SEGUROS SA
* It was signed by ROUCCO FERNANDEZ, Vice President
* My claims agent is Mr TONY MARIN, foreign service manager of SANTALUCIA SEGUROS SA
* Telephone +34- 645-453-634
* Fax +34-685-428-250
* The drawing was on 12/20/2004 and will expire on 1/31.
* The prize is 615,810 Euros, of which they get 10%
* They sent a payment processing form asking for my name, address (they already have those, of course), phone number, date of birth, marital status, full bank information, even name and address information on next of kin.
* They ask for a copy of my passport or driver's license or Social Security card "for beneficiary identification."

I was very sorry the letter and form came from Spain as I thought I might just write across the form, "Please send a certified check minus your fee to the address you already have" and see what happens.

Well, at least I now have a nice Spanish postage stamp.


Report from Missouri/USA (2004-12-28):

I have received in my mailbox today a letter from the Santa Lucia Security Company S.A. with the telephone number of 011-34-655-467-159 so I called to find what that was all about the man on the phone did not know what I was asking at first about the letter and there was a baby crying in the back ground. That was when I decided to check on line about this lottery. When I went to your web site it took about two minutes to find out that it was a scam.
Scam details:
  • Letter dated "20-12-2004"
  • ELGORDO Loteria Primitiva, Plaza de Colon E-28830, Madrid, Spain
    Tel:011-34 610 656 884
    Fax:011-34 654 075 934
  • Claims agent:
    MARIO LOCAS
    SANTA LUCIA SECURITY COMPANY S.A.
    AVD DE SAN MORALES No25 BLK7D C.P. 28006 Madrid-Spain
    TEL:011-34 655 467 159
    FAX:011-34 636 580 613


Report from unknown location:

I've recently received a letter from EL GORDO SPANISH SWEEPSTAKE LOTTERY COMPANY S.A. saying that I've won $615,810.00 in USD of a prise of $3, 079050.00 that's shared by seven international winners. They're telling me to claim my prise I have to fill out a Lottery Payments Processing Form. The form asks for a Bank Account Number and a Bank Routing No. and address of the bank as well as my address and phone number. This is the fax number they gave me to send them the form:011 34 636 580 613. The agents name is Perez Pierre and it is signed by the vice president of the company Luis Miguel. They also say that after receiving the prise money, 10% goes to their company. I have heard that this might be a scam.

This is their information:

SANTA LUCIA SECURITY COMPANY S.A.
Head Office NO3 PORTINOVER ROAD blk.12B C.P. 20030 Rome, Italy
Leasing, Commission agents, Sole Representatives, Security Services.
AVD de SAN MORALES, n 25, blk 7D, C.P. 28006, Madrid, Spain
Tel: 011-34 677 033 509 FAX: 011-34 636 580 613

Thank You,


Report from Reims, France:

Notification of my prize money in "El Gordo Spanish Sweepstake Lottery / International Program" received by snail-mail issued in Barcelona (Spain).
I pass you more information about this document.

* The letter (dated 3rd Feb,2005 but sent on 1st Feb, 2005) came from INTL. LOTTO COMMISSION, Avenida Carlos Gonzales N° 16 PLTA - 28004 BARCELONA, SPAIN (tel +34 661 207 497)
* It was signed by Juan Cordoba, Vice President
* Claims agent is Anna Lorenzo, foreign service manager of SANTALUCIA Security
* Telephone 0034-699 944 652
* Fax 0034-665 046 149
* The drawing was on 17th Sep, 2004, for the 3rd category. Prize to be claimed not later than 25th Feb,2005.
* The prize is 515,810.00 $
* They also sent a payment processing form asking for name, address and many private information, full bank ref., even name and address information on next of kin.


Report from Pakistan:

Today dated 08 Feb 2005, I received a post letter by courier mail from EURO SWEEPSTAKE LOTTERIES S.A Spain.
Which shows that I won a lottery an amount of US$815,320.00 in response of released results of the ATHENS OLYMPIC 2004 EDITION of EURO SWEEPSTAKE LOTTERY/ INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION PROGRAMS held on January 28, 2005.

Signatury is MRS. MARIA FERNANDO (President, Lotter Award Board). This letter has an attached PAYMENT PROCESSING FORM which is requiring all information about me to claim my lottery money.

The address of lottery is as follows:
EURO SWEEPSTAKE LOTTERIES S.A
C/ CARRACA DE MAYOR 4-9
08905 MADRID - SPAIN
TELEFAX: +34 619 912 319
In this letter they advised me to contact and send filled Payment Processing Form to following contact person and following contact address:

Dr. MANUEL FARGAS,
DIRECTOR OF PROCESSING AND PAYMENT,
SANTA LUCIA SEGUROS, S.A.
MADRID , SPAIN
TEL: +34 619 911 373
FAX: +34 619 911 423
EMAIL: sl@insurer.com

When the email address above was contacted, the reply that arrived was sent from Spain:

Received: by ws1-6.us4.outblaze.com (Postfix, from userid 1001)
	id 6EE581CE303; Wed,  9 Feb 2005 15:28:54 +0000 (GMT)
Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1"
Content-Disposition: inline
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
MIME-Version: 1.0
Received: from [81.33.30.154] by ws1-6.us4.outblaze.com with http for
    sl@insurer.com; Wed, 09 Feb 2005 10:28:54 -0500
From: "Santa Lucia" <sl@insurer.com>
To: "Lastname Firstname" <emailaddress>
Date: Wed, 09 Feb 2005 10:28:54 -0500
Subject: Re: Acknowledgement of your email.
X-Originating-Ip: 81.33.30.154

Sending network for IP address 81.33.30.154:

     inetnum:      81.32.0.0 - 81.34.255.255
     netname:      RIMA
     descr:        Telefonica de Espana SAU
     descr:        Red de servicios IP
     descr:        Spain
     country:      ES
     admin-c:      LJP5-RIPE
     tech-c:       FLT14-RIPE
     status:       ASSIGNED PA
     remarks:      ***************************************************
     remarks:      For ABUSE/SPAM/INTRUSION issues
     remarks:      PLEASE CONTACT THROUGH LINK
     remarks:      http://www.telefonicaonline.com/nemesys/
     remarks:      or send mail to nemesys@telefonica.es
     remarks:      any mail to adminis.ripe@telefonica.es will be ignored
     remarks:      ***************************************************
     notify:       adminis.ripe@telefonica.es
     mnt-by:       MAINT-TdE
     changed:      adminis.ripe@telefonica.es 20021204
     changed:      adminis.ripe@telefonica.es 20030924
     source:       RIPE
     
     route:        81.33.0.0/16
     descr:        RIMA (Red IP Multi Acceso)
     origin:       AS3352
     mnt-by:       MAINT-AS3352
     changed:      adminis.ripe@telefonica.es 20020326
     source:       RIPE
     
     person:       L Jimenez
     address:      TELEFONICA DE ESPANA
     address:      Emilio Vargas, 4
     address:      28043-MADRID
     address:      SPAIN
     phone:        +34 91 5846497
     fax-no:       +34 91 5842650
     e-mail:       adminis.ripe@telefonica.es
     nic-hdl:      LJP5-RIPE
     mnt-by:       MAINT-TdE
     remarks:      ***************************************************
     remarks:      For ABUSE/SPAM/INTRUSION issues
     remarks:      PLEASE CONTACT THROUGH LINK
     remarks:      http://www.telefonicaonline.com/nemesys/
     remarks:      or send mail to nemesys@telefonica.es
     remarks:      any mail to adminis.ripe@telefonica.es will be ignored
     remarks:      ***************************************************
     notify:       ah@telfonica.es
     changed:      adminis.ripe@telefonica.es 20020530
     source:       RIPE
     
     person:       Francisco Lorenzo de Tuero
     address:      TELEFONICA DE ESPANA
     address:      Emilio Vargas, 4
     address:      28043-MADRID
     address:      SPAIN
     phone:        +34 91 5194446
     fax-no:       +34 91 5846936
     remarks:      ***************************************************
     remarks:      For ABUSE/SPAM/INTRUSION issues
     remarks:      PLEASE CONTACT THROUGH LINK
     remarks:      http://www.telefonicaonline.com/nemesys/
     remarks:      or send mail to nemesys@telefonica.es
     remarks:      any mail to adminis.ripe@telefonica.es will be ignored
     remarks:      ***************************************************
     e-mail:       francisco.lorenzodetuero@telefonica.es
     nic-hdl:      FLT14-RIPE
     mnt-by:       MAINT-TdE
     notify:       francisco.lorenzodetuero@telefonica.es
     changed:      francisco.lorenzodetuero@telefonica.es 20020225
     source:       RIPE


Report from Sweden:

I received a fake lottery win from Spain. Thank you for your good information on internet. I thought all the time that this was too goo to be true so it must be a scam but when I looked up santalucia on internet and came to your site I became 100% sure it was a scam.

Attached you will find a copy of the snailmail they sent me which I just received an hour ago in the mail.
  • LA PRIMITIVA LOTERIA Y APUESTAS
    CALLE ARROYO NO. 13 PISO 4 GRAN VIA
    28030 MADRID. ESPAÑA.
    TEL: +34-675 404 929
  • 515,810.00 €
  • 8,768.770.00 EUROS shared amongst seventeen winners
  • SANTA LUCIA SECURITY COMPANY, S.A. (DON DAVIS MARTINEZ)
    Tel: +34-654 792 897 Fax: +34 685 447 710
  • Signed by: MRS. SUSANA DIEGO.


Report from Cincinatti, Ohio:

I live in the United States of America, precisely in the city of Cincinnati, state of OHIO. The problem is that, a week ago, I received a mail sent in an envelope with no addressee information. The information inside the envelope are supposed to be sent from the office of Santa Lucia Security Company S.A. and states that I have won a prize of the amount of $615,810.00 that is originated from the El-Gordo Sweepstake Lottery Program held on the 30th of December, 2004. They said that this lump sum I have won came from a total cash prize of $10,468,770.00 shared among 17 people at the international level. After all the literature, they requested I send them my bank information(account number and routing number) that I already sent to them for the money transfer. Two days later they wanted me to pay the amount of $1,475.00; what they said is to be paid before the prize which they said is already authorized for payment could be paid. They also said that I was supposed to pay them 10% of the winning after payment is made to me.This got me very concerned, that is why I'm sending you this email to inform you and request some information back that could help me understand what's going on. Right now I just think that these people are trying to harm me.
I already got chance to talk to the so-called agent responsible for the foreign service, naned Luis Carlos. Their phone number and fax number are as follows:
phone#:011 34 678 192 299/fax#: 011 34 654 618 299(additional fax:011 34 652 140 227)

According to this recipient from Ohio the criminals spoke with a Spanish accent, i.e. they appeared to be Spaniards.


Report from Germany:

  • Date:01/02/05
  • El Mundo Spanish Lottery
  • Amount: € 615,810.00 (6.158.100.00 Euros shared among 10 winners)
  • Lucky numbers: 2-7-10-22-29-46
  • SANTA CLARA 8,
    30008-Murcia Spain
    TEL:+34 685 566 763
  • Claiming agent: Garcia Carrion, Foreign operation manager
    SANTA LUCIA SEGUROS S.A.
    Tel: +34-68 5569941
    Fax: +34-695 108 066
  • 10% of winnings belong to (Ibero Promotion Company)
  • Signed: Don Francisco Jose Parra


Report from Canada:

By Post Mail I got the Lotto Notification In Canada

From Address :
Plaza De Colon, E-28830
Madrid, Spain
Te: 01134-687-301775
Fax: 01134-656-284-091

Explain I have won 615,810 US dollars awaiting at some

SANTA LUCIA SECURITY COMPANY
Head Office No3 Portinover Road Blk 12b Cp 20030 Rome Italy
Leasing, Commission Agents, Sole Representatives, Security Services.
AVD de San Morales, N*25, blk 7d, C. P. 28006, Madrid spain
Tel: 011-34-678-969-639
Fax: 011-34-654-631-062

Asking for First Name, Last Name, Account, Profession, Address , Tele, Fax, Bank Address and Signature.


Report from USA:

Sir,

enclosed are two documents received by us in mail. These papers seem to be the part of a large scam/fraud going about which we came to know through internet - on your website. We wish to bring this to your notice as lots of others have done before, so that no one falls for these scams. You have done a great service by posting all these experiences of different people around the world on your website.

Thanks

Details of the scam letter:

  • 09TH-FEB-2005
  • ELGORDO Loteria Primitiva
  • Amount: USD 615,810.00 (10,468,770 shared among 17 international winners)
  • Lucky numbers: 13-15-16-21-34-36
  • PLAZA DE COLON E-28830,
    MADRID, SPAIN
    TEL:011 -346 87 295 789
    FAX:011- 346 54 075 934
  • Claims agent: MARIO LUCAS, foreign service Manager
    SANTA LUCIA SECURITY COMPANY S.A.
    TEL:011-346-62-274-699
    FAX:011-346-56.377-761
  • 10% of winnings will be paid to SANTA LUCIA SECURITY COMPANY S.A.
  • Signed: JOSE LUIS MIGUEL


Report from Paris, France

Hello,

I have received a letter from Elgordo Lottery today
and since it looked rather suspiscious, I checked on
the internet and found your website.

Here are the scam details :

- Letter posted 18-02-2005
The stamp is unfortunatey not well readable; starts
with "M" ends with "A" - could be Malaga

- My name and address is spelled correctly

- ELGORDO LOTTERY COMPANY S.A.
  Plaza de Colon
  E-29080 Madrid, Spain
  Tel/Fax: 0034-637-975-855

- RE.: Award notification/final notice

- The letter starts with the following paragraph : 
"We are pleased to inform you of the release today,
the 18th day of February, 2005, of the results of the
EL GORDO SPANISH LOTTERY/INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS
PROGRAMS held on the 4th day of January, 2005.
Your name attached to the ticket number
025-11464992-750 with serial number 211-05 drew the
lucky numbers 25-53-36-41-43-46 which consequently won
the lottery in the 3rd category.[....]"

- Sum won : EUR615,810.00 (of a total of €5,368,770.00
shared among the thirteen international winners in the
categroy I & 3)

- Again...: a mix up of names and numbers... keep this
award top secret from public notice until claim has
been processed...

- A futher notice that "All participants were selected
through a computer ballot system drawn from 25,000
names from Europe, Asia, Middle East and North America
as a part of our international promotions program
which we conduct every year."

- Claims agent: 
Miguel Felipe
PROTECTIVE SECURITY COMPANY S.A.
Av. De San Morales, no. 25, Blk 7D
C.P. 28006 Madrid, Spain
(Head office: N°3 Portinover RD BLK 12B, C.P. 20030
Rome, Italy)
Tel.: 0034-656-369-901
Fax.: 0034-655-491-659
("...all claims money must be claimed not later than
11th day of March, 2005..."

- Vice President: Luis Miguel

- Payment Processing Form asks the usual information :
Name, address, Tel/Fax, occupation, marital status,
payment option (bank transfer or cheque), bank
details, name and address of "next of kin".


Hope this helps.

Best regards.
(Name withheld)


Report from Australia

hi,
 
I have recieved a letter wrote exactly the same as the example 
posted on the 419 scam website.  However they posted to me not 
by emailing, is that still a scam?  The letter has sent by 
SANTA LUCIA SECURITY COMPANY SA. However my claiming is expired 
because i just came back from Sydney.  I phoned them and they 
ask me to send $1250US to Western Union Bank for the Document 
and Taxes Fees charges before they can get the money back for 
me.  I about to send money to them but luckyly I have seen 
this website, but i have sent the copy of my license and 
personal details, is that a risk for me.


Report from Florida, USA

Thanks for your site.  I knew this letter was 
a scam when I opened it (came by regular post, not email) but 
the lottery prize I had "won" was over 9 million bucks!  
(They're upping the ante) so I went online to check scams 
just in case. 
 
Rats!  But thanks for the info on El Gordo Spanish Sweepstake Lottery.  
 
Info that might be useful for your database:
 
phone/fax given is 0034 619 883 802
 
postmark on envelope is valencia
 
email is sweep-stakers@madrid.com
 
exact amount of winnings promised is $9,621,340.00 US
 
bottom of "winner announcement" contains the following:
10% of your winnings belongs to MAPFRE SEGUROs. 10% will 
be remitted after you have received your winnings because 
the money has an insurance BOND in your name ...
 
The congratulations notice also instructs me to complete 
the enclosed "processing form" which required me to give 
my bank name, address, phone, code & account number (but 
not my pin!).  I am further instructed to return this 
processing form to MAPFRE SEGUROS.  Howeever, on the actual 
processing form the return recipient is listed as MAPFRE ESGUROS.  
 
The deliberate misspellings are what first caught my eye.  
I Googled MAPFRE ESGUROS and got zip.  Instead, I was asked 
"Did you mean MAPFRE SEGUROS?"  That insurance company does 
not have the best world wide reputation, but it is a legitimate 
firm, unlike the phony MARPFRE ESGUROS, the scammers current 
DBA evasion.
 
Keep up the great work.  Thanks for being there.  Sorry I 
didn't win the millions -- I would cheerfully have sent you 
a large appreciation check!


Report from Singapore

  • Letter dated: "18TH FEBUARY 2005"
  • "ATTENTION: Firstname Middlename Lastname" in letter
  • EL GORDO LA PRIMITIVA SPANISH LOTTERY S.L
    AVENIDA ARROYO, No 12
    MADRID, ESPAÑA
  • Drawing date: 20th of December, 2005
  • Amount: € 315,500.20 (6.158.100.00 Euros shared among 10 winners)
  • Partcipiants were entered by MAPFRE MARKETING CO. from 91,000 names and addresses.
  • Contact RICOH SECURITY AGENCY S.L. at fax# 34-645-309-834, DON JAMEZ GALVEZ
  • Signed: Don Jose Diego Lopez
  • Recipient address was not from a phone book


Report from Belgium (2005-03-10)

We received the Santa Lucia Seguros letter today. Straightaway 
I looked it up on internet and landed on your site.
 
I don't think (and hope) I will ever be conned by such a scam 
but it is great to be able to immediately read how their system 
works.
 
Even more important is that you have probably saved thousands 
of people a lot of money. The more your site is read, the more 
people will understand they have to mistrust these lotteries and 
other forms of abnormal generosity.

  • Loteria Primitiva
    PLAZA DE COLON, 3.EDIF.COLON
    28003 MADRID, SPAIN
    TEL:00 34 657 55 73 96
    Vice president: Jose Luis de Espinosa
  • Date: 04-03-2005
  • Lottery held on 14th February 2005
  • € 615,810.00 from €16,621,340 shared among 31 winners
  • posted in Malaga, envelope: UniPapel
  • claims agent: Vincente Kalon, Santa Lucia Seguridad S.A., Tel. 0034 658 34 19 04, Fax: 0034 655 47 56 03
  • "All participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from 25,000 names from Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, America North America as a part of our international promotions program which we conduct once every year."
  • English surname in Belgium

Report from France (2005-03-30)

I have received a letter from Loteria Primitiva today announcing 
that I have won a prize. As I never play lotteries I suspected a 
scam letter so I checked on the internet and found your website.

Here are the scam details :

- Letter posted 28-03-2005 and stamped with "C.T.A MALAGA CORREOS", 
the stamp itself is a sticker.

- My name and address is spelled correctly in the format 
SURNAME FIRST_NAME, in block letters, Arial font.

- The sender is Loteria Primitiva
  Plaza de Colon E-28830
  Madrid, Spain
  Tel/Fax: 0034-656-722-631

- Letter dated March 23, 2005.

- Letter written in French (see enclosed scan).

Approximate translation:

"RE: Award notification/final notice

We are pleased to inform you of the release of the program
EL GORDO DE LA PRIMITIVA that took place on Dec 22nd, 2004.
(...)
Your name attached to the ticket number
031-1127-841 with serial number 3214-07 drew the
lucky numbers 21-22-37-39-41-49 which consequently won
the lottery in the 3rd category."

- Sum won : "USD 615,810.00 in cash (...) of a total of USD 16,621,340
shared among the 31 international winners in the category."

- Again...: a mix up of names and numbers... keep this
award top secret from public notice until claim has
been processed...

- A futher notice that "All participants were selected
through a computer ballot system drawn from 25,000
names from Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Latin America and 
North America as a part of our international promotions program
which we conduct every year."

- Claims agent: 
Dr. PEREZ PIERRE
Foreign Operations Director
SANTA LUCIA SECURITY CO S.A.
Tel.: 0034-677-033-509
Fax.: 0034-655-172-163
"...all claims money must be claimed not later than
11th of April, 2005..."

- Signed Vice President: Don Luis Miguel

- Payment Processing Form (see attached)

- The letter is written in French with many errors and misspellings, 
some of them being proper to a Spanish speaking person (such as 
"séleccionnés" which should be spelled "sélectionnés" in correct French)


Hope this helps.
(Name withheld)


Report from the Netherlands

Hello,

I am a foreign citizen living in Holland and today I have 
also received a letter from ELGORDO LOTERIA PRIMITIVA , 
posted in Malaga Spain on 26/03/05

address: Plaza de Colon E-28830, Madrid Spain Tel: 0034-651 096 424

Re: Price award claim final notification

This is to inform you on the release of the El-Gordo SWEEPSTAKE 
LOTTERY PROGRAM held on the 28th of DEC 2004. Your name attached 
to ticket 025-11-464-992-750 with serial number 2113-05 drew the 
lucky numbers 13-15-16-21-34-36 which consequently won the lottery 
ion the 3rd category...The money must be claimed before 25th April 
2005 and 5% of the price will be paid to EURO SECURITY COMPANY SA 
after you have received your money…

In the letter also the following names are stated: Mr Pablo Luchas 
as the Foreign Service Manager of EURO SECURITY COMPANY SA 
Tel 0034-660 438 FAX: 0034-652 529 832

and Don Luis Alberto as the Vice President.

There is a Lottery Payments Processing Form attached to the letter. 
Personal information is required on the form to claim payment 
such as bank name and account number…


Report from Singapore

hi, I live in Singapore and just received this letter, looks like another 
scam, FYI. It was from Omega Seguros SA of paseo de la castellana, 75, C/P 28008, 
Madrid Spain.
Name of Don Jose Bernado
tel 34 655 08 39 86
Details of main letter:
  • Lottery name: LOTERIA DE PASQUAL APUESTAS
  • Date: 24th Mar. 2005
  • Address: LOTERIA DEL ROSARIO
    ROMANO No 19 PLANTA 5
    28014 MADRID, SPAIN
    Tel. 001-34-665-133-775
  • Lucky numbers: 15-3-32-34-21-35-08
  • Amount won: € 480,000.00 (&euro 8,160,000 shared among the (Seventeen international winners in this category)
  • REF. No EGS/3420065028/04LP
  • Computer ballot system drawn from (six million) names
  • claiming agent: "DON JOSE BERNARDO, foreign operations manager OMEGA SEGUROS S.A. on Tel. 001-34-655-08-39-86
  • 10% of winnings belongs to IBERO PROMOTION COMPANY
  • Signed by: SR. TITO PEREZ, VICE PRESIDENT
  • Bar code in bottom right corner


Report from Australia (2005-04-14)

I've got a postal mail about lottery award from the Santa Lucia Security 
Company S.A. with the telephone number of 0034655515967 so I called to find 
that they asked me to remit 1750 eur to receive the prize. so I check it and 
find it is a scam.


Report from France (2005-04-15)

I have received a letter from Loteria Primitiva today announcing 
that I have won a prize. As I never play lotteries I suspected a 
scam letter so I checked on the internet and found your website.
Here are the scam details :

- Letter posted 14-04-2005 and stamped with "C.T.A MALAGA CORREOS", 
the stamp itself is a sticker.

- My name and address is spelled correctly in the format 
SURNAME FIRST_NAME, in block letters, Arial font.

- The sender is Loteria Primitiva
Plaza de Colon E-28830
Madrid, Spain
Tel/Fax: 0034-6667847526

- Letter dated April 09, 2005.

- Letter written in French .

Approximate translation:
"RE: Award notification/final notice
We are pleased to inform you of the release of the program
EL GORDO DE LA PRIMITIVA that took place on February 26nd, 2005
(...)
Your name attached to the ticket number
031-1127-841 with serial number 3214-07 drew the
lucky numbers 21-22-37-39-41-49 which consequently won
the lottery in the 3rd category."

- Sum won : "USD 615,810.00 in cash (...) of a total of USD 16,621,340
shared among the 31 international winners in the category."

- Again...: a mix up of names and numbers... keep this
award top secret from public notice until claim has
been processed...

- A futher notice that "All participants were selected
through a computer ballot system drawn from 25,000
names from Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Latin America and 
North America as a part of our international promotions program
which we conduct every year."

- Claims agent: 
Dr. MARTIN CARLOS
Foreign Operations Director
SANTA LUCIA SECURITY CO S.A.
Tel.: 0034-677-033-509
Fax.: 0034-651-462-392
"...all claims money must be claimed not later than
29th of April, 2005..."

- Signed Vice President: Jose Pedro

- Payment Processing Form was in a attached document

- The letter is written in French with many errors and misspellings, 

-I have phoned to Dr MArtin CARLOS and his accent is a african accent.

Hope this helps.


Report from Malaysia (2005-04-15)

I received a similar mail in Malaysia:

Details of main letter: 
Lottery name: LOTERIA DE ROSARIO
Date: 4th April 2005 
Address: LOTERIA DEL ROSARIO
ROMANO No 19 PLANTA 5
28014 MADRID, SPAIN
Tel. +34-665-133775
Lucky numbers: 4-1-20-12-21
Amount won: € 560,000.00 (&euro 8,400,000 shared among the (Seventeen
international winners in this category)
REF. No EGS/7601830032/06 
Computer ballot system drawn from (six million) names 
claiming agent: "Sr. PABLO GARCIA, foreign operations manager
SANTA-GLOBAL SEGURIDAD on Tel. +34-685 609966
10% of winnings belongs to SANTA-GLOBAL SEGURIDAD 
Signed by: SR. ISABEL PEREZ, VICE PRESIDENT 
Bar code in bottom right corner 

SANTA-GLOBALSEGURIDAD Address:
Avenida De Valencia 35,
C/P 28026 Madrid,
Spain.
Tel: +34 685 609966
Fax: +34 685 630733

The envelope is from Unipapel.
Stamp is from Espana stamped with ALMASSORA-CASTELLON


Report from Malaysia (2005-04-16)

- from EL GORDO Loteria Primitiva
  PLAZA DE COLON 104
  28086 MADRID, SPAIN
  TEL: + 34 654 883 383
  FAX: + 34 656 342 268
- drawing on 24th January 2005
- lucky numbers 13-15-16-21-34-36
- $615,810
- claims agent: XAVI LOPEZ, 
foreign service manager of SANTA LUCIA COMPANY S.A. 
on TEL + 34 675 410 331 FAX: + 34 657 490 121
- 10% will be paid to SANTA LUCIA SECURITY COMPANY S.A. 
- Signed by DON CARLOS WHITE, VICE PRESIDENT


Report from Canada (2005-04-17)

I receive a letter - not email - but letter in regular mail announcing 
I had won from the Loteria Primitiva - Fernando Lopez signed it - and 
asked that I send my personal banking info to the Solid Trust Security 
and Insurance S.A.
Email is one thing - my home mail and address is another - rather 
frightening!!!


Report from Colorado, USA (2005-04-18)

- posted from Malaga, 2005-03-26 ("26.03.05")
- from EL GORDO Loteria Primitiva
  PLAZA DE COLON, 3.EDIF.COLON
  28003 MADRID, SPAIN
  TEL: 011-34-657-329-523
- drawing on 15 FEB 2005
- lucky numbers 21-22-37-39-41-49
- $615,810
- claims agent: MARTIN CARLOS
foreign operation manager of SANTA LUCIA COMPANY S.A. 
on TEL 011-34-651-462-392 and fax: 01134 657-788-312
AVENIDA DE LA ALBUFERA NO 35: MADRID SPAIN
- 10% will be paid to SANTA LUCIA SECURITY CO. S.A. 
- Signed by JOSE LUIS MIGUEL, VICE PRESIDENT


Report from Montana, USA (2005-04-21)

My husband recieved a letter I BELIEVE THIS IS SCAMMERS. HERE 
IS WHAT THE LETTER HEAD LOOKS LIKE.
 
     
REEL EURO LOTTERY COMPANY S.A
PLAZA 2, AVENIDA DE M40
LAS PALMAS, CANARIA ISLAND
SPAIN.
TEL: +34-6-65 359 487
 
 
I did call the number stated in the letter, CLAIM AGENT MORIS 
TAPIAS THE FOREIGN SERVICE MANAGER OF DIRECT SEGUROS S.A, 
ON TEL: +34 645 082 145, ALSO HERE IS THE FAX NUMBER FROM THE 
LETTER +34 645 082 172.
 
When I called the number the person answering phone only said 
HELLO, it was a MALE VOICE,  I heard no foreign accent. He 
sounded American. I only kept listening, never talking. 
HE SAID HELLO 3 OTHER TIMES AND NOTHING ELSE.


Report from Canada (2005-04-26)

Dear Sirs,

I am an immigrant recently turned Canadian citizen but I had received a snailmail letter from C.T.A Malaga, Spain using
my last name, then first name and middle name, (Arial font) on 26 April, 2005, actually 5 years to the day of my coming to Canada.

In the letter from Josea Fernando, Vice President of the Protective Security Company S.A. tel: 011-34-675-052-019, Fax: 011-34-639-924-245, he had written to notify me for the award prize of USD$615,810. It smelt of scam all over the letter including a pixelated image of a lottery ticket at the bottom right hand corner of the bright yellow A4 sized letter head.

Their address: Plaza de Colon E-29080, Madrid, Spain.
Ref: EGBI/2551256003/04
BATCH No. 0007570031/ PPA

To begin one's claim, I was asked to contact the Claims Agent: Dr. Jerry Prince of the Foreign Service Manager of Protective Security Company SA. The letter does give away its fraudalent nature as the fourth paragraph states "Due to mixed up of numbers, names and addresses, we ask that you keep this award top secret from public notice until your claim has been processed and your money remitted to your account as this is part of our security measures..."

The second piece of paper has CONFIDENTIAL running on the right side. As a payment Processing Form, it had payment options, bank transfer information and Next of Kin details. It looks like an information gathering exercise.

The letter has several typos but is personally signed. It looks like Suuuuuuurul.

Hope you can post this so that others won't fall into their wicked schemes. Thank you for your website. It is valuable information indeed. I appreciate your efforts to stop this trickery!


Report from Belgium (2005-04-29)

Hi,
Received this letter on April 29th, 2005 at my home address in
Belgium.
Hope it'll help get rid of these crooks.

Yours sincerely,
(Name withheld)
Details:
  • Posted in Malaga, Spain on 2005-04-26
  • Address printed in Arial font (all capitals), name format: "Surname Initial"
  • Envelope: "open Sam"
  • "Loteria Primitiva
    PLAZA DE COLON, 3.EDIF.COLON.
    28003 MADRID,SPAIN
    TEL:00 34 685 61 35 60
  • REF NO: TB/2657248005/04
  • BATCH NO: EG0023501/07
  • "...lump sum payout of €615,810.00", "REF.NO. TB/2657248005/04
  • "...contact your claim agent ALEX GOMEZ Foreign operations manager GRUPO EULEN SEGURIDAD S.A. on Tel:00 34 656 447 891 and fax:00 34 656 446 696"
  • 10% belong to GRUPO EULEN SEGURIDAD S.A.
  • Signed by JOSE LUIS DE ESPINOSA, VICE PRESIDENT


Report from Germany (2005-05-05)

Hello,

Today I received a letter in the mail from Correos,
Spain. There was no return address on the envelope. I
opened the letter to find that it was from "El Gordo"
Loteria Primitiva PLAZA DE COLON E-28830 MADRID, SPAIN
tel: 00-34-651-096-424  

The letter informed me that I had won a lottery held
on the 30th of March and was entitled to 615,810 euro
(from the grand sum of 16,621,340 euro split between
thirty one International winners) 

The letter says I need to contact Mr. Ales Gomez,
Foreign Operation Manager SANTA LUCIA SECURITY CO S.A.
on tel: 00-34-656-447-891 and fax: 00-34-679-052-210
and says I must make my claim by May 19th, 2005. There
are two sheets of paper, one telling me about the
competition, and the other is the claim form asking
for my personal information (also requests my bank
account information and passport/drivers license) 

What I have noticed about this letter is that the
quality of the paper is quite cheap, and so is the
print. It looks like someone ran the copy of it from
their home computer. The address on the envelope is
smeared and crooked. The quality of this letter is
what sounded the first alarm. The letter is actually
signed in ink by "Jose Luis Miguel", but it just
doesn't appear to be from a legitimate source. Plus,
it was written in English, which is quite odd seeing
as it's supposedly from the Spanish lottery.   

I decided to check it out on the internet, and sure
enough, I discovered it was a scam. I was just really
surprised that it came by regular mail (I am no
stranger to the emails from Nigeria and Togo) and it
bothers me that these scumbags know my address, and I
am NOT comfortable with that. 

Your theory of it targeting foreigners seems to make
sense to me, since I am an American living in Germany
with an Irish name, it makes me stand out.

I am very happy that your site exists to help gather
the information about these scams, hopefully some
people will be helped and can be saved from the
criminals.

If you need any other information, I'll be glad to
help! 

Regards,
Anonymous in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany  


Report from Australia (2005-05-24)

Hi There:
Thank you for your helpful information. I have just received 
a formal letter with a fake waterstamp and another form with 
barcode etc to fill out. It was inside an envelope without 
any return address. It is from a person named Martin Fernandez 
from Loterias.com telling me that I have won 156,000 Euro and 
I have to contact DON RAUL SANCHEZ, foreign operations manager 
of Estrella Seguros S.A on +34-657-218-404 to start processing 
the claim. There was a background noise when I called and it 
was obvious that it is a mobile phone. I am supposed to wait 
for his call tomorrow to organize the transfer of money. 
Anyway, I hope that this helps others!
I think your results are right because I am an overseas student 
now in Australia.
Regards,
(Name withheld)


Report from Belgium (2005-06-24)

I received a letter ibero promotion on 23/06/05 at my home adress 
in Antwerp, Belgium
I  almost believe it for 2 minutes, 
here is the information, 

posted on 21/06/05 in malaga, Spain
stamp : ESPANA (0,53euro) Correos, Sammer gallerie Urae nr. 4314
envelope : GPV, ECF-papel ecologico
address printed in arial font, name and frontname 
"euromillones loteria international"
PLAZA DE COLON 3
00351 madrid, espana
TEL/FAX 0034 653 258 496

REF NO: omo/20079305
BACH NO: 24/00602/XXPDB
...lump sum payout of €615.810.00
claims agent, ALFREDO AZNAR
Foreign Operating Maneger, AXAL SEGURIDAD S.A BARCELONA,espana.
tel: 0034-695-989-668 , fax: 0034-655-637-719
all money must be claimed not later than 6th JULY.2005
10% OF YOUR WON PRIZE BELONGS TO IBERO PROMOTION
paid to axal seguridad s.a barcelona spain
vice president snr MARIAJOSE ALFONSO


Report from Morocco (2005-08-08)

The name of the writer is John Ruben
Foreign service manager
Golden Link financier & security S.I.
TEL + 34-675397278
FAX + 44-8709120726 (I sent a fax yesterday telling him I read a lot of about the lotery www.loterias.com)

e-mail golden_link5050@financier.com

At the end of the letter the signature is done by Mr Luis Martinez

The origin of the letter is

BonoLoto Loterias y Apuestas del Estado
BONO INTERNACIONAL LOTERIAS
AVENIDA DE LOS GOFLADOS, 13 280 MADRID - ESPAGNE
TEL - FAX 00 34-655178470


Report from Switzerland (2005-08-09)

I got a letter alerting that I had got a lottery 615810 Euros.
What is this and I called them to afirm but it seems a joke.

Their telephone contact are 0034653252 615

Dr Juan Kalos is his name

They gave me a reference no F055225603/03
Batch No. 005550012/dx


Report from Australia (2005-08-16)

Hi,
I also received a letter from this lottery people telling me that I won two hundred and twenty seven thousand eight hundredand odd Euros as prize money for a lottery I have never bought actually.
After that I checked the internet as I had a clear doubt about all this. Anyway these are the contact details they sent me Dr. Pekkis Pedro (Foreign Operations Manager)
Tel. +34 652 501 738 Fax. +34 652 501 741 and my agent was Mapfre Marketing S.L. The address they mentined on top of the latter was Guzman El Bueno, 437, 28003, Madrid Espana. As you have mentioned earlier I am an overseas born Australian citizen who got an out of place surname
Thank you.


Report from Australia (2005-08-26)

Hi there,

I live in Australia and I have received a letter on Tuesday 23/08/05,in the mail from Euro Milliones Lottoria.

CARRACA NO 11 PISO 1-A
29005 MALAGA - SPAIN
TEL/FAX: +34 605-175-314
FROM: THE DESK OF MANAGIN DIRECTOR
INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS/PRIZE AWARD DEPT
REF NO: EGS/0007459015/03_BATCH NO" 17/7024/IPD

ATTENTION : BENEFICIARY

This letter was to advise me that my name was entered as dependent client which my name attached to ticket number : 0016-359142-07 with serial number : 52201-61 drew the lucky winning numbers: 2-22-16-70-33-10.

Should there be any discrepancy in your name and address, please contact Sata Lucia Seguros S.A.
Advising that I have won $615,810.00 Euro and that I won the lottery in the third category. $5,368,770.00 is shared among seventeen international winners in this category.
All participants were selected through a computer ballot system and sponsored by MAPFRE MARKETING S.L. names from Asia,Australia,New Zealand, Europe and North America as part of our international promotions programme which we conduct one every year.

to Begin your claim, Contact DON ANTHONIO RODRIGUEZ Foreign Operations Manager of Santa Lucia Seguros S.A. On telephone : +34-657-307-029/FAX: +34-657-406-487.

There were plenty more on the letter which I haven't added on this email.

This is a sick joke and I can't believe that people have no conscious at the end of the day.

I have spoken to this Anthonio Rodriguess and he requested to send him money for tax for Spain government in order to get my prize winning.

Someone has to do something as this is an international problem.


Report from the United Kingdom (2005-11-14):

hi there i would just like to thank you as you website stopped me from
getting duped into a scam.i receievd a letter from LA PRIMITIVA LOTERIA Y
APUESTAS telling me i had won 674,349.69 euros the money was "kept" with
Alliance Security Company S.A and My claiming agent was DR Paul Gunta.It was
addressed to my normal home postal address, in the format of first name
second name. I didnt call the numbers i thought i would look into this
further as it seemed to good to be true.I disregarded the first letter then
few weeks later receieved a second letter with a payment processing form.
the telephone number was 0034 675 070 578 fax 0034 655 479 995 the envelope
is branded open sam it is stamped consigne en sus envios el codigo postal.i
hope this is of help to you in preventing this happining in the future.


Report from the Maledives (2006-04-05):

Dear sir/Madam

Please confirm the letter I receive via post from EURO MILLION ESPANA S.L, Sweepstakeslottery/Promotion Program . Siad Sweepstakes held on the 17th of Feb 2006 where they claimed that I have won $715,810.00 with ticket number 46.926, which won in the 4rd category. They mentioned in the letter that I have to contact agent, Mr.Edward Hasley(transfer Manager), Cab Security Agency on tel no; 34628594446 fax nos: 34690106997 for processing and claiming of the prize money. I received the letter on April 04 with deadline to contact them on the 28th of April or the prize will be returned to Spanish Economic Ministry.
Letter came from THE PROGRAM DIRECTOR ,C/.JUAN DE URBIETA,28-2C 23950 MADRID SPAIN, . ref no: ELG/822/H11/55FT, Batch no: 01/2006
Letter was signed by Antonio Ivan Ruano, Program Director EURO MILLION ESPANA S.L,


Report from French Guyana, 2006-05-26

I just received a letter from the "international commission of lotterie" "loteria primitiva" based in madrid, spain.
I live in French Guyana, and I called the number on the letter: 0034-609-546-560. A man answered, he sound as if he was from africa, because of his accent. He told me to send back a fax, very quickly, in order to be paid quicker, and I was about to send back the form to be paid.
Before that, I thought it was a better idea finding any information on the web, not for me to be faked, and I found your adress.
I kept the letter, end the envelop. I will not send it back to them.
This is very grave because, it's "written" as if I had really gain this amount of money.
Is there any kind of solution to detroy their system?
Thanks a lot,


Email spam promising the same 615,810 euro prize:
The following spam is remarkably similar to the letters. It originates from the network of a regional internet provider in Vigo, Galicia in the Northwest of Spain:

CALLE PIVON Y SANCHEZ Nº:28      
28002, MADRID, SPAIN           
TEL Nº: 0034 628 612 637
                
FROM THE DESK OF THE VICE PRESIDENT.
INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS/PRIZE AWARD DEPT
REF Nº:GTD /227 /033/22/05        
BATCH Nº: PKA/430
 
ATTN: BENEFICIARY,

                          AWARD NOTIFICATION
             
We are pleased to inform you of the release of the results of the 
EUROMILLONE'S SPANISH SWEEPSTAKES LOTTERY/INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM held 
on the 28th of  March 2005, and organized by our marketing department 
to promote and encourage international participation in our end of year 
high stake lottery.Your name attached to ticket number 7533-421 with 
serial number 67739252 and track number 01-4110 drew the lucky numbers 
12-36-43-18-24 -46-29, which consequently won in the 3rd category. You 
have therefore been approved for a lump payout of  €615,810.00 (SIX 
HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND TEN EROS in cash credited 
to file REF Nº: GTD /227 /033/22/05

Your fund is now deposited with a security company insured in your name 
alone, due to mixed up of some numbers and names, we ask you to keep your 
prize tracking number very confidential until your claim has been processed 
and your won fund remitted to your nominated bank account,as this is part 
of our security protocol to avoid double claiming.
All participants were selected through a computer ballots system drawn 
from 25,000 names from Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, Caribbean, 
Africa And New Zealand as part of our international program which we 
conduct once every year.We hope that with a part of your prize, you will 
take part in our up coming end of year high stake €1.8 billion International 
lottery.
To begin your claim, please contact your claim agent,DON DIEGIEGO MIGUEL 
Foreign Operation Manager of  EURO SECURITY COMPANY S.A. :-TEL:  
0034 654 634 233 FAX: 0034-628 597 475, Email:Sigrid343@Netscape.net. 
for processing and remittance of your prize money to a designated account 
of your choice.
Note: All winnings must be claimed not later than 16 APRIL,2005. After 
this date, all funds will be returned to the MINISTER IO DE ECONOMY Y 
HACIENDA as unclaimed. Also, for your information, 10% of your prize 
money belongs to your claim agent as a part of their commission. This 
commission will be paid to EURO SECURITY COMPANY S.A only after you have 
received your fund in your designated account. 
NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please 
remember to quote your reference and prize tracking numbers in every 
of your correspondence with your agent.
           
Congratulation!!!


Sincerely,
MR,GRACIA ANTONIO
Vice President.


Dear Beneficiary,

Upon receipt of this notification, do endeavour to fax to your claims 
agent with the below requirement:

NAME:
TELEPHONE Nº:
FAX NO:
RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS:
AGE:
OCCUPATION:
NEXT OF KIN:
BANK: NAME:
BANK ACCOUNT:
BANK SWIFT CODE/ROUTING Nº:
BANK ADDRESS:

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