Cash Donation From Lottery Winners!

Dear Email Owner,

 

My wife and I won the EuroMillions Lottery Jackpot of £161 Million Pounds and we have voluntarily donated the sum of £1,500,000.00 Pounds to your email address, this being part of our 2013 Millionaire Donation Project to financially support seven(7) lucky people and ten(10) charity organisations from different parts of the world.

 

Your email was luckily selected via a Google & Facebook sponsored email-draws, and we decided to put this on the internet for the world to see in other to relinquish any doubts. The News link below will give you an insight as regard our donations;

 

http://money.uk.msn.com/%C2%A3161m-winners-plan-charitable-trust

 

For immediate release of these donated funds, send your *Full Names:……,*Tel:….. *Age:…..& *Country:…..and we will instruct our payout Bank to transfer the sum of £1,500,000.00 Pounds to you.

 

Colin & Christine Weir•

Copyright ©2013• The Weir’s Donation Project• All Rights Reserved•

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17 thoughts on “Cash Donation From Lottery Winners!

  1. Marguerite Haire says:

    I have received an email from colin & christine weir re: donation of an amount of 500,000 in british pounds for me to donate and distrubite to charties in thier names.
    they have asked for my full name and address so they can forward these funds.
    Is this a legit or the beginnings of a SCAM.

  2. I got an email also from gloria Mackenzie saying she wanted to donate $800,000 it sounded to good to believe so I emailed her back. I was in shock. I was so excited. Then the adrenaline wore off and I decided to google her name and all I saw was the ‘gloria Mackenzie scam’.

  3. I also received a Mrs. Gloria Mackenzie email, wanting to donate 2 million to me – yea, right!!

  4. Did they email you back? If so what did they ask you to do next to receive the donation?

  5. spy hunter says:

    If anyone gets an email saying you must reply immediately, now, or time is running out; it is a legit scam. The Gloria McKenzie scam uses a famous actor from Sweden to make it sound legit. research all words, names, separately as key words while on the internet if you are not sure. Do not attempt to call or reply to them in anyway, this how they hack into your personal information. If given an option to report it do so immediately.

  6. I received an email stating she wanted to donate 2,000,000.00 to my email address. She wanted my name,address,phone. Common stuff. No ssi or bank accounts. She’s gonna mail me the check . Lol

  7. Gregory Garris Jr. says:

    I sent her my name phone number and she replied! I don’t see how it can hurt if shes not asking for ssi or bank account info… Hey Rocco did you get a check?!?!?! LoL

    • Beth McGuire says:

      But they will I had been given donations from this one and another they asked me to contact a bank then the bank wants me to open an account with them first having to use 400 pounds to the account with that bank so the donation can be deposited to me. It looks as though they are trying to get to my bank acount to access it. Its very evil of them and they know how to set things up to make it look real.

  8. Karan Marks says:

    I received a email saying she wanted to give me $800.000

  9. I just got the email to say that the funds are ready for $800,000 to be put in a NATWEST BANK PLC account. I am now waiting on the bank to return my email so I can see if its real or not. She does only ask for your name and address, but that right there is all the info they need. Seeming as I currently have no bank account, she can try and steal from me, all she will be taking is zeros… HAHAHAHA!!!!

  10. Carolyn Elizabeth Brumbaugh says:

    I received an email from Gloria McKenzie advising that she had donated 800000.00 pounds to me. Then I got an email today from Natwest Bank advising I had to open an online account so they can transfer my d k nation to me. I advised that they are a British Bank and Cayman National Bank is also British, so they must contact my bank and they would authorize any fee necessary to get the transfer done. Of course they were not going to do that, so I am not about to pYthon them 650.00pounds for nothing. They should all be arrested and imprisoned .

  11. Jerry Guhyem says:

    Hello, Gloria thanks very much for opening my account with Wide Bank of London with a sum of $5000 dollars am really appreciated.
    I want to transfer this money to my account but i don’t have the cost transfer code number, please any help from other people who have reward or donated from Mrs Gloria M.
    Thankyou.
    Jerry Guhyem.

  12. I am embroiled in a scam concerning this situation. They presented themselves very well knowing how to get to you and making you react with anticipation. I did do some research and all of the components looked very good.
    Goes to show you that these folks.will go through any length to scam you. Sad but fact. Feel bad for the innocent people that could be affected.
    They will get what’s coming to them.

  13. Has anyone received a text from “the Mackenzie family”? They texted my cell phone, citing the Florida lottery win, and allegedly offering me $1.5M. Instructed to reply by email only.

    Have they gone to such lengths now, that they would text victims?

  14. Andrew, I received the same text yesterday. I simply replied “SCAM”. I received an email with a link to an article about her winning the lottery. My message claims that I am one of 3 people that she’s giving money. Text says to only contact through email and asks for my name, address, phone number and age. Why does age matter???? Research says it’s definitely a scam.

  15. Thanks, Marie!

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