I have just received an e-mail like below. Please tell me whether this mail is correct or not and suggest me.
BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION
BROADCASTING HOUSE, PORTLAND PLACE, LONDON W1A 1AA
Congratulation Once Again
We acknowledged receipt of your mail and the contents noted. Firstly, I would like to introduce myself to you. I am Mr. James Keegan, Claims Officer of British Broadcasting Corporation ( BBC) Lottery. I am in charge of International Lottery Winner whose email address falls as a lucky winner of the promo, More so, my duty is to process and facilitate the release of winners prize money after winner have met our requirements and finally transfer winners cheque to the payment bank, Lloyds Tsb Bank for electronically wire transfer.
Meanwhile I would like to give you a brief explanation or information about the British Broadcasting Corporation ( BBC) Lottery. Due to the fact that you might be confused about how you won or if actually this is true. In fact, many winners have asked such questions and are cleared accordingly.
INFORMATION ABOUT BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION INTERNET LOTTERY.
The British Broadcasting Corporation ( BBC) Lottery is an independent Internet Lottery organization that has been financially assisting people with it's intention to change peoples life since 1988, so many people have benefited from it over the years, participants are always selected randomly through a computer balloting system from over 100, 000 unions, associations, and corporate bodies that are listed online from Canada, Australia, United States, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceania.
This Lottery was jointly promoted and co-sponsored by a conglomerate of some multinational companies as part of their social responsibility to the citizens in the communities where they have operational base. Further more your details (Email Address) falls within our European representative office in London, Uk office as indicate your won prize of £350, 000.00 G.B.P. will be released to you from this office.
Security Advice: At The British Broadcasting Corporation ( BBC) International Lottery we understand the importance of security. That's why we've created highly secure facilities to give you confidence during our promotions programs.
The only basis for a valid Lottery claim is compliance with the Lottery Statute and the Lottery Rules. No valid Lottery claim may be premised on human, or other error in the communication, display or transmission of data, however recorded, displayed, or transmitted. A valid Lottery claim can be premised upon any intentional human, electronic, or other form of communication or transmission of data, which has been authorized by the Lottery Commissioner: This is in article 44 sub sections 142 of the British Broadcasting Corporation Lottery Commission as amended.
See our website above for more detail on how you have won this lottery amount.
A cheque of £350, 000.00 G.B.P have been sign in your name, you are to immediately send your personal information to the Lloyds Tsb Bank Plc for electronic wire transfer to be made into your bank account you will providing for transfer. Contact Senior Accounting Officer, Mr. Robinson Wale (Account Officer)
APPLICATION FORM FOR PAYMENT: CONTACT LLOYDS TSB BANK WITH YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION FOR PAYMENT
ONLINE TRANSFER OFFICER NAME:
Mr. Robinson Wale (Account Officer)
BANK EMAIL: email@example.com
PHONE NUMBER: +44 701 004 5834; +44 701 004 5934
FILL BELOW FORM AND SEND IT TO LLOYDS TSB BANK UK. WITH ABOVE INFORMATION
1.FULL NAMES OF BENEFICIARY:
3.DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH:
BANK INFORMATION FOR WIRE TRANSFER
7. ACCOUNT NAME:
8. ACCOUNT NUMBER: / SWIFT CODE:
9. BANK NAME :
Please note that your winning prize can not be deductible, it has be insured with a very high insurance policy and cannot be tampered with in accordance with article 44 sub sections 144 of the British Broadcasting Corporation ( BBC) Lottery Commission / Gaming Regulations as adopted on 8 May 1996 and amended on 11 October 1996 by the constitutional assembly. Also we want to use this medium to inform you that you will have to keep your winning very personal to avoid double claim by internet violator. I hope this is clear if there is any further question you wish to ask do not hesitate to let know to this office about it. Once again congratulations on your wins. You are to keep your winning information secret and confidential to yourself, this is to avoid double claiming of winning and fraud.
Thank you for your understanding Best Regards
Mr. James Keegan. Processing Officer
British Broadcasting Corporation Mega Jackpot.
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