Toyota Lottery Promotion by Scammer Teddy Lee

Posted: February 6, 2009 in 419 Nigerian scams, lotto scam
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Got to love that “undisclosed-recipients” email address. This time I won 10 million, plus a Toyota!

From: info@toyota.co.uk
Subject: Secret pin code Y7448500
Date: February 5, 2009 10:13:52 PM EST (CA)
To: undisclosed-recipients:;
Reply-To: infoweb234@aim.com

TOYOTA LOTTERY PROMOTION DEPARTMENT
25 Bridge Street ,Staines Middlesex
TW10 8TP United Kingdon.
CVR-nr. 25554493.

This is to inform you that have been selected for a Cash prize of
?G10,000,000.00.(Ten Million Great British Pounds) and a brand new Toyota
Prius car International programs held 2009 in London Uk.

You can view our website to view your car
(http://www.toyota.com/prius)

Description Of New Toyota Car to be Shipped to you.
Miles:New…………………..Doors:4 doors or more
Transmission:Automatic…………Interior:Tan
Engine:4 – Cylinder………………..Year:2008
Warranty:Existing……………..Cruise Control
Title:Clear…………………..Exterior:Red
Condition:New…………………Engine: 1.9L DOHC MPFI VVT-i
16-valve 4-cylinder engine w/integ
CD Player…………………….Side Airbags
Passenger Airbag………………Driver Airbag
Anti-Lock Brakes………………Air Conditioning
Power Windows…………………Power Locks

The selection process was carried out through random selection in our
computerized email selection system(ess) from a database of over 250,000
email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world.This Toyota car
Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board and also Licensed by The
International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).This promotional car
lottery is the tenth of its kind and we intend to sensitize the public.

To begin the processing of your prize you are to contact your claims officer
through our accredited Prize Transfer agents as stated below:

Mr. Kelly White
25 Bridge Street ,Staines Middlesex
TW10 8TP United Kingdon
Email: infoweb234@aim.com
Phone Number: +44 703 192 5961

When contacting him, please provide him with your secret pin code Y7448500
and your reference number 799BV90.You are also advised to provide him with
the under listed information as soon as possible:

CLAIMS REQUIREMENT:
1.Name in full :
2.Address :
3.Nationality :
4.Age :
5.Sex :
6.Occupation:
7.Phone/Fax:
8.Present Country:

If you do not contact your claims agent within 7 working days of this
notification,your winnings would be revoked.Winners are advised to keep their
winning details/information from the public to avoid fraudulent claim
(IMPORTANT) pending the transfer/claim by Winner.

Accept my hearty congratulations once again!

Regards
Mr. Tedy Lee
Lottery Manager.

Comments
  1. Excellent content here and a nice writing style too – keep up the great work!

  2. Mary says:

    Hello,
    I am emailing you to say Thank you for this website. I just won a Cash/Car from Toyota, according to Mr. Teddy Lee, also. I found your site by putting in (infoweb234@aim.com) in my Google. My main reason for emailing you is that last week I received 2 emails from my Bank, not a Bank that is randomely selected but actually my official Bank. I knew something was very wrong with this email, simply because I am, at this time working with my Bank because I am a fraud victum (not internet). A friend told me not to click on anything in the email but to place my mouse pointer over the email address of the person or persons sending me the email and see what it gave me. When I did this, a huge line of stuff came across my screen. I wrote down every bit of it and placed it in my Google screen. After hitting enter it took me to some place I could not believe, nor read any of the lettering. This is very scary! I am trying to figure out how anyone from a foreign country could have gotten my email address? BUT the main thing is that now I need to send this off to My Bank,to inform them if someone has not done so all ready, and from reading things on your site I would think maybe the FBI? This stuff is not funny when it does hit to close to home. Again, Thank you and all that help you keep this site going for all of us that need it! Regards, Mary

  3. ronaxcel says:

    hi gariell,

    thanks for this… i experienced the same kind of scam 3 years ago. im living in the philippines where texting is a part of our daily life. known as the texting capital if not in the world, at least in Asia. These kind of scams actually were sent through text messages. i knew people who did fall for these. luckily for me, though i entertained it for curiousity sake (called the number and played along), i just laughed it off.

  4. xxyz says:

    Same person just DIFFERENT ADDRESS

    Lister Law Chambers
    24 bridge street,
    Staines Middlesex TW10 8TP

    5th March 2009

    NOTIFICATION OF BEQUEST

    Attn: Bequest Beneficiary,

    Sequel to your non response of our earlier letter to you on behalf of the Trustees and Executor of the estate of Late Anton Rupert, I once again try to notify you as my earlier letter returned undelivered. I hereby attempt to reach you again by this same email address on the WILL.

    I wish to notify you that late Anton Rupert made you a beneficiary to his WILL. He left the sum of Two Million Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars to you in the codicil and last testament to his WILL.

    This may sound strange and unbelievable to you, but it is real and true. Being a widely traveled man, he must have been in contact with you in the past or simply you were recommended to him by one of his numerous friends abroad who wished you good.

    Anton Rupert until his death was a Entrepreneur, business pioneer, international industrialist, environmental conservationist, philanthropist, business philosopher, patron of the arts. He was known by many names, respected and well-loved by those who have been exposed to his generous humanity.

    Late Anton Rupert died on the 21st day of January, 2006 at the age of 89 years, and his WILL is now ready for execution. According to him this money is to support your humanitarian activities at your convenience.

    Please if I reach you this time as I am hopeful, endeavor to get back to me as soon as possible to enable me conclude my job. I hope to hear from you in no distant time through his private solicitor’s personal email address below.
    Email: bar.solicitors@gmail.com

    Sincerely Yours,
    Joanna Rush
    Legal Executive of Lister Law Chambers.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I got the same email

  6. gariell says:

    Mary,
    Sorry for the late response, but it is always nice to hear that the site is helpful and that makes it all worth while.

    Cheers

  7. holy says:

    Truely not any lottery of toyota?

  8. gariell says:

    Holly
    Sorry, just too good to be true. Maybe the scammer is going to offer to send the toyota by email….

    Cheers

  9. Kerry says:

    Well he is at it again… Just sent that exact email to me yesterday, and even replied when I sent an email to the email address he provided. used the name Mr. Kelly White…
    he said oh ya,,, its really,,, etc… well my email with some info came back- the email address has been closed…

  10. Kerry says:

    The email comes from a Diane Garner (dgarner@gesd40.org)

  11. ??? says:

    i just got one of the Toyota emails and they didn’t even know about it them selves (at Toyota) and hes using a different name and address: Mr. Barr Steve
    25 Bridge Street ,Staines Middlesex
    TW10 8TP United Kingdom (PS i get so many scam emails a week that your computer couldn’t hold them all)

  12. I even receive an email too..but just a glance at it I have known it is already a scam so I just close it without reading it.

  13. KEVIN D says:

    THANKS FOR TAKING THE ADDRESS AND CREATING A REGISTERED LINK TO YOUR SITE INSTEAD OF THE GOOGLE MAP I WAS LOOKING FOR. FROM TIME TO TIME I TAKE AN INTEREST IN MY JUNK MAIL AND FIND EMAILS SAY “I WON” OR “YOUR INHERITANCE
    HAS BEEN DELAYED AND I CAN HELP” ONLY IF YOU “KEEP THIS BETWEEN US” “MY LIFE MAY BE AT STAKE”. YOU HAVE SAVED MY CURIOUS MIND FROM DISTRACTION .. KEEP IT UP. THANKS. KEVIN

  14. Jasmine says:

    I got an email too..but just a glance at it I have known it is already a scam so I just close it without reading it. My son pointed and send me this site. so people be aware of such scam……..

  15. Anonymous says:

    My sister got the same thing about a month ago. and they asked her to send $250 so they can send her the money. but till today nothing.. they keep making her go to the bank and forth…
    but the minute i found this.. i told her straight away.. i hope she doesn’t go crazy.. because she kind of believed it..
    TOYOTA LOTTERY PROMOTION DEPARTMENT
    25 Bridge Street ,Staines Middlesex
    TW10 8TP United Kingdom.
    CVR-nr. 25554493.

    This is to inform you that have been selected for a Cash prize of
    £10,0000,000.00.(Ten Million Great British Pounds) and a brand new Toyota
    Prius car International programs held 2011 in London Uk.

    You can view our website to view your car
    (http://www.toyota.com/prius)

    Description Of New Toyota Car to be Shipped to you.
    Miles:New…………………..Doors:4 doors or more
    Transmission:Automatic…………Interior:Tan
    Engine:4 – Cylinder………………..Year:2011
    Warranty:Existing……………..Cruise Control
    Title:Clear…………………..Exterior:Red
    Condition:New…………………Engine: 1.9L DOHC MPFI VVT-i
    16-valve 4-cylinder engine w/integ
    CD Player…………………….Side Airbags
    Passenger Airbag………………Driver Airbag
    Anti-Lock Brakes………………Air Conditioning
    Power Windows…………………Power Locks

    The selection process was carried out through random selection in our
    computerized email selection system(ess) from a database of over 250,000
    email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world.This Toyota car
    Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board and also Licensed by The
    International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).This promotional car
    lottery is the tenth of its kind and we intend to sensitize the public.

    To begin the processing of your prize you are to contact your claims
    officer through our accredited Prize Transfer agents as stated below:

    Mr. Kelly White
    25 Bridge Street ,Staines Middlesex
    TW10 8TP United Kingdom
    Email: kellywhitetoyotaclaimsunit@gmail.com
    Phone Number: +44 703 192 5961

    When contacting him, please provide him with your secret pin code Y7448500
    and your reference number 799BV90.You are also advised to provide him with
    the under listed information as soon as possible:

    CLAIMS REQUIREMENT:
    1.Name in full :
    2.Address :
    3.Nationality :
    4.Age :
    5.Sex :
    6.Occupation:
    7.Phone/Fax:
    8.Present Country:

    If you do not contact your claims agent within 7 working days of this
    notification,your winnings would be revoked.Winners are advised to keep
    their winning details/information from the public to avoid fraudulent
    claim
    (IMPORTANT) pending the transfer/claim by Winner.

    Accept my hearty congratulations once again!

    Regards
    Mrs. Maria Lee
    Lottery Manager.

  16. abdu says:

    usually to avoid scammers u should :
    – check if you have entered in any competitions,
    – no one give you millions of money not even “lottery” .. the internet kinds..
    – anyone you don’t know mark as junk and shouldn’t bother you anymore..
    i guess that’s pretty much it aye..?!

  17. I’m obliged for that article.Thanks Again. Fantastic.

  18. Erin says:

    I just got this email today and thought I’d share it…

    TOYOTA LOTTERY PROMOTION DEPARTMENT
    25 Bridge Street ,Staines Middlesex
    TW10 8TP United Kingdom.
    CVR-nr. 25554493.

    This is to inform you that have been selected for a Cash prize of Ј10,0000,000.00.(Ten Million Great British Pounds) and a brand new Toyota Prius car International programs held 2012 in London Uk.
    You can view our website to view your car(http://www.toyota.com/prius) Description Of New Toyota Car to be Shipped to you.
    Miles:New…………………..
    Doors:4 doors or more
    Transmission:Automatic…………
    Interior:Tan
    Engine:4 – Cylinder………………..
    Year:2012
    Warranty:Existing……………..
    Cruise Control
    Title:Clear…………………..
    Exterior:Red
    Condition:New…………………
    Engine: 1.9L DOHC MPFI VVT-i16-valve 4-cylinder engine w/integ
    CD Player…………………….
    Side AirbagsPassenger Airbag………………
    Driver AirbagAnti-Lock Brakes………………
    Air ConditioningPower Windows…………………
    Power Locks
    The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection system(ess) from a database of over 250,000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world.This Toyota car Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board and also Licensed by The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).This promotional car lottery is the tenth of its kind and we intend to sensitize the public. To begin the processing of your prize you are to contact your claims officer through our accredited Prize Transfer agents as stated below: Mr. Kelly White25 Bridge Street ,Staines MiddlesexTW10 8TP United KingdomEmail: toyotaclaimsdeptkellywhite@hotmail.comPhone Number: +44 703 192 5961 When contacting him, please provide him with your secret pin code Y7448500 and your reference number 799BV90.You are also advised to provide him with the under listed information as soon as possible: CLAIMS REQUIREMENT:1.Name in full :2.Address :3.Nationality :4.Age :5.Sex :6.Occupation:7.Phone/Fax:8.Present Country: If you do not contact your claims agent within 7 working days of this notification,your winnings would be revoked.Winners are advised to keep their winning details/information from the public to avoid fraudulent claim (IMPORTANT) pending the transfer/claim by Winner. Accept my hearty congratulations once again!

    RegardsMrs. Maria Lee Lottery Manager.

  19. Martin says:

    Just received the same email so yes it is still doing the rounds.

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