Received a Scam SMS From +27817316611 Stating : "Congratulations! Your Cell No. has won R245,000.00, om COCA-COLA 2012 PROMO;with Ref:C11.For claim, call 0717980523 or E-mail:"

Report ID: 2494
Crime Category: Fraud
Province: Gauteng
City/Town: Randburg
Suburb: N/A
Address: SMS
Crime Date/Time: 14 Sep 2012, 00:09 AM
Reported By: Username2494
Reported Date: 14 Sep 2012, 11:09 AM
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  • shambhoo singh rathore 25 Apr 2013, 08:35 AM

    just received a sms that my cell no. won rs. 750000 in cokacola

  • c moolman 19 Apr 2013, 06:52 AM

    also received a sms this morning,R295.000 ref nr NP30 claim call Mr Mark moris on 0793967108

  • Paballo 26 Nov 2012, 07:48 AM

    just received a sms that my cell number won R450000 in the Coca-Cola promo ticket number CC...... contact Mrs. Maria 0796005162 for claim. from this number 0815887370

  • pertunia2 21 Nov 2012, 12:37 PM

    Hi I also received an sms a couple of weeks ago so I ignored the sms but recently I showed my friend nd she said I should report this. the sms:" CONGRATULATION::YOUR CELL NO.HAVE BEEN AWARDED R250,000 IN OUR COCA COLA YEARLY DRAW.HELD IN UK REF:sA24 CONTACT KEN ON 0833597034 FOR YOUR PRIZE" What should I do I'm scared because its not the first time

  • Martin5 19 Nov 2012, 09:00 AM

    Just received an sms like that too. Yay I'm rich!!! Haha

  • Nicoleen 1 Nov 2012, 12:35 PM

    HI, Received a sms this morning saying my cellphone number as won R250 000. Why do some of these people try and bullshit us with all these scams.

  • Mervyn Brand 30 Oct 2012, 10:36 AM

    As above in my Lesotho cell, but contact is Mr James on 0839620831.

  • Joey9 23 Oct 2012, 09:03 AM

    I received this sms this morning. CONGRATULATION YOUR CELL No HAS WON R450,000 FROM THE COCA COLA YEARLY PROMOTION HELD IN UK REF NO SA-25 CONTACT MR JOE ON 0744973356 FOR YOUR PRIZE. Replied via sms he must buy himself a one way ticket to HELL and enjoy the ride damm ASSHOLE. O yeah and I'm a nulti billionair with all the UK lottery's I've won since 2007 whahahaha ASSHOLES

  • Username2494 19 Sep 2012, 01:44 PM

    Hi Samantha, as per your comment the first thing they usually try to do is get your bank details. If that fails they try to distract you with the postal details (you will never receive a check and hopefully they leave you alone). The greater risk you now run is that they now probably know your names address and phone number and if they steal one electrical bill, they could impersonate you and commit fraud. The list goes on, they are criminals and the best is to ignore them or open a criminal case.

  • Samantha Finlay 19 Sep 2012, 11:11 AM

    My husband got the same SMS, phoned the number and the man answered, all valid. Said to e-mail bank details to him. Husband said no way, said fine, ok e-mail your postal details and we will send the cheque to you. What are they hoping to get out of this scam!?

  • Riaan Geldenhuys 17 Sep 2012, 08:48 AM

    Received same SMS

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