Camelot issues warning over EuroMillions email scamAugust 27th, 2012 - 7:27 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
London, Aug 27 (THAINDIAN NEWS) False allegations were posed towards the two award winning couples Adrian and Gillian Bayford pertaining their $148 million. The allegations were posted in the email claiming that the two had promised to give $800,000 to the recipient as a form of donation.
The couple and the recipient have never met so this put suspicions on the speculations. The allegations continued claiming that the two are asking out for the bank details of the recipient so as to send the amount in the correct account. The couple had planned that through their cash of winning the award they will enhance lives of five people whom they don’t know and they will still improve the living standards of their family members.
Therefore the allegations were made based on the couple promises and the email had falsely appointed the receipts of the big gift surprise from the couple. The false email continued claiming that the victims are expected to send money for the delivery of their gifts. This is where the controversy came up and the email was track down and according to Bayford business partner, the email was false and it had the intention of robbing people. The partner of Bayford however received the news about the false allegations two days after the email was sent.
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