Hot Scam Specifications:

Scam Type:
419 Scam (Lottery Scam)
Fake Names: Mr. Well Paulson, Mr.Joseph, Raymond
Offer Type: Lottery Winnings
Winning Amount: GBP 600,000
Storyline: You won a lottery which you did not join
Scammer Location: Claims to be London, UK
Scammer Email:
rsjoseph@bsu.edu, overseasclaimsoffice@strompost.com

A point to note regarding scam mails is that the sender’s email address may be faked. That is to say, they can fake the email addresses from where the email originates. However, the email address within the mail itself will usually be the real email which you can contact the scammers.

UK lottery scams appear in various emails. You don’t have to see the actual, similar email to know that it is a scam. There is no lottery company that will email you (unsolicited) informing that you have won the prize.

—– Original Message —–
From: Joseph, Raymond S
Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2008 6:21 AM
Subject: Winning Notification!!! Contact Mr. Well Paulson

Your Ref N0:KPL/09-002/JA
Serial NO: 06/1055

Dear Winner,

We are happy to inform you that you have emerged as a winner under the
Category “B” of the 2008 Online UK Lottery (International Promotion) held on the 8th of January 2008 in London.

Your e-mail address was attached to the Batch NO: P2/0056/2008 with
 Serial NO: 06/1055 subsequently won you the sum of £ 600,000.00 (Six Hundred Thousand Great British Pound) in category “B” with Ref N0:KPL/09-002/JA.

To file for the processing of your prize sum payment, you are advised
 to contact our Certified and Accredited claims agent for category “B”
 winners with the information below:
Name: Mr. Well Paulson
Email: overseasclaimsoffice@strompost.com
Endeavor to provide him with the following information in your contact
Telephone/Fax number:

Note that, all claims processes and clearance procedures must be duly
completed early to avoid impersonation and or double claiming.


Mr.Joseph, Raymond
Online Coordinator