Another fine scam brought to you by Chevron Gaming Board and Olawole Williams. As has been mentioned in the past, I am amazed how an “undisclosed-recipients” email address can pick a winning number in a “Lotto” draw.
I must add that the William’s clan seem to be involved in all kinds of activities, lotteries, loans, grants, you name it. I am almost at the point of adding the name as a criteria for identifying a potential scam; but that would not be fair to the honest people with the Williams name.
This example is probably a good old advance fees scam.
It seems that the following is also appearing in text message form now!
CHEVRON GAMING BOARD
To: undisclosed-recipients: ;
Received-On: Yesterday 11:17 PM
Your email address has emerged as one
of the winner in Chevron-Lotto Sweepstakes Award
Promo. Prize attached is £1,228.704.80 Pounds with
WINNING NGMLA2-007.Contact Mr. Olawole Williams
.Email: email@example.com, with the
1. Full Names:
5. Phone /Fax number:
Or Call: +2340872646560
Mrs. Monica Olivet