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Lotería estafa de correo electrónico:
Loterias y Apuestas del Estado
"Alex Ballesta Sanchez", "DON TOM NAVARRO"

¿Ha recibido un correo electrónico de "Alex Ballesta Sanchez", en "Loterias y Apuestas del Estado" diciéndole que "su dirección de correo electrónico ganó en la segunda categoría" o algo similar, y ponerse en contacto con "DON TOM NAVARRO" para recoger sus ganancias? Se trata de una estafa. No legítimos, legales notifica a los ganadores de lotería a través del correo electrónico! Los estafadores pueden cambiar los nombres y los detalles, pero aún es una estafa!

A continuación se muestra el ejemplo de la estafa de lotería falsos que afirman ser de la "Loterias y Apuestas del Estado".

Aunque la idea más importante es que no será nunca legítimo lotería de correo electrónico un ganador, hay muchas otras señales de que se trata de un fraude. Nos han puesto de relieve algunos de estos en el mensaje de correo electrónico a continuación, una de las más importantes son:

  • Dirección de correo electrónico de votación: No existe tal cosa como un "sistema de votación ordenador" o "computadora de correo electrónico extraer". Nadie, ni siquiera Microsoft tiene una base de datos de direcciones de correo electrónico del tipo o magnitud que sugieren.

  • "No se vendieron billetes": cuidado de explicar que el dinero proviene de? Tal vez el dinero de la lotería hada? ¿Por qué una lotería regalar dinero a la "dirección de correo electrónico seleccionada al azar por un ordenador señalar sistema de votación"? Esto es claramente absurdo: usted DEBE, repita DEBE comprar un ticket para tener una oportunidad de ganar cualquier lotería!

  • Terrible ortografía, puntuacion, sintaxis y gramática - Scammers aparentemente no sabe cómo utilizar damas hechizo. Suponemos que abandonan la escuela antes de esa clase. Utilizan casi excesivos y arbitrarios CapItaLiZAtion. Los nombres son por lo general en todas las mayúsculas, por alguna razón que sólo se conocen a estos analfabetos delincuentes.   Estos timadores suelen escribir en la 3 ª categoría. Real loterías también corregir sus mensajes de correo electrónico y mirar y leer más profesional.

  • El uso de la cuenta de correo gratuita: El estafador se dirijo a usted desde una cuenta de correo electrónico GRATIS (Yahoo, Hotmail, Excite, AIM, Gmail, etc.) ¿No les parece una verdadera organización que utilice su propio correo electrónico, su propio dominio y sitio web ?

  • Mantenga Confidencial - Real loterías FLOREZCAN de publicidad - no quieren que usted no pierda nada secreto - la publicidad provoca a la gente a comprar más entradas. NO existe riesgo de la "doble reivindicación", ya que puede validar el billete, donde se vendieron los números. El estafador quieren que callar porque no quieren que la policía o ConsumerFraudreporting oír hablar de ellos! Se debe decir: "Por nuestra propia seguridad, se le recomienda mantener su información confidencial ganador hasta que hayamos terminado de scamming usted!"

  • Notificación por correo electrónico: NO REAL LOTERÍA ENVÍOS UN EMAIL AL NOTIFICAR GANADORES. Periodo. Fin de la historia. Existe SOLO mero hecho de que usted recibió un mensaje de correo electrónico diciendo que usted ganó una lotería es una prueba de que se trata de una estafa.

AVISO IMPORTANTE

Loterías  y Apuestas del Estado (LAE) pone en conocimiento del público que unas bandas de delincuentes de nacionalidades diversas, están utilizando fraudulentamente el prestigio y los nombres comerciales de la lotería española en varios países. Se mueven con facilidad por toda la geografía mundial y emplean teléfonos móviles, apartados de correos, direcciones provisionales o falsas, (a veces direcciones reales de Organismos Públicos Oficiales españoles), así como nombres que evocan instituciones prestigiosas  ("El gordo", "La Primitiva", "European Lottery Commission", etc.). También falsifican impresos, nombres y firmas de diversas entidades bancarias o de aseguradoras.

 Para cometer la estafa, el procedimiento generalmente seguido consiste en anunciar a la víctima potencial que ha sido agraciada con un premio cuantioso (aunque no haya participado en sorteo alguno), si bien no podrá cobrar dicho premio hasta que haya pagado, por anticipado, una suma destinada a impuestos, gastos bancarios, gastos de envío o tramitación de un seguro. Habitualmente, el estafador advierte a su víctima potencial, que el plazo para abonar esas cargas es muy breve, y que está a punto de caducar su derecho al cobro del premio.

 Loterías y Apuestas del Estado, es decir, la lotería española, quiere comunicar, con la mayor claridad lo siguiente: 

 a.) Para obtener cualquier premio de la lotería española, es imprescindible haber comprado previamente lotería o apuestas de nuestra oferta de productos.

 b.) Los premios de la lotería española siempre están libres de impuestos y gravámenes.

 c.) Cuando le ofrezcan "premios" que guarden relación aparente con la lotería española, NO PAGUE NINGUNA CANTIDAD. Estamos, con toda probabilidad, ante un hecho delictivo que deberá poner en conocimiento de las autoridades locales. La Policía española ha detenido y puesto a disposición judicial en varias ocasiones a miembros de bandas que actuaban desde el territorio nacional.

 d) Si tiene cualquier duda, puede dirigirse a:

 sugerencias@loteriasyapuestas.es

Aquí está una típica estafa de lotería ganador de la notificación.


Real estafa de correo electrónico (Un ejemplo - los estafadores cambian constantemente nombres, fechas y direcciones!):

the program directors name is Alex Ballesta Sanchez.  The claims agent name is DON TOM NAVARRO which is the transfer manager of SANTALUCIA SEGUROS S.A.MADRID SPAIN. 


Nombres de Scam / Fake / Fraude de Lotería

Haga clic aquí para ver la enorme lista de los nombres de los fraudes de lotería actualmente identificados empresas

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