£1.5 million British Pounds

Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2012 09:43:13 +0545
From: Gareth & Catherine Bull garethbull038@yahoo.com
Reply-To: garethbull03@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: £1.5 million British Pounds
To: @MISSING_DOMAIN

My wife and I won the Euro Millions Lottery of £41 Million British Pounds and we have decided to donate £1.5 million British Pounds to 10 individuals worldwide as our own charity project.

To verify,please see our interview by visiting the web page below:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2091124/EuroMillions-winners-Gareth-Catherine-Bull-scoop-41MILLION-lotto-jackpot.html

Your email address was among the emails which were submitted to us by the Google, Inc as a web user; if you have received our email please, kindly send us the below details so that we can transfer your £1,500,000.00 pounds in your name or direct our bank to effect the
transfer of the funds to your operational bank account in your country.

Full Name:
Mobile No:
Age:
Country:
Send your response to (garethbull03@hotmail.co.uk)

Best Regards,
Gareth & Catherine Bull

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73 Responses to £1.5 million British Pounds

  1. Rossie Anderson-Howze says:

    Is this for real???

    • At the top of the page it says this:

      If you got here through a search, then that the e-mail you’re receiving is a scam. Don’t fall for it!

      Over up there on the right it says this:

      It’s a SCAM!

      This entire site is dedicated to exposing the advance fee fraud scam. I post all of the advance fee fraud e-mails I receive, so that you’ll realize when the search engine brings you here that you’re not special, you haven’t won, that there is NO MONEY!

      Comments are moderated. DO NOT comment asking where you’re money is – there isn’t any. DO NOT post your personal information such as phone number or address – I will delete it, and then post your comment anyway so the world can see how stupid you are.

      Gee, I don’t know, what do YOU think? real or not?

    • cornelia glynn says:

      I too had such an e-mail, two in fact – with the second one arriving this morning. Hopefully no-one falls for it but my guess is that some will.because they think it’s easy money. They will turn out to be the losers and the scammers the winners. It should really be the other way round!

  2. Larysa says:

    I just got this same email, but I obviously didn’t reply or click on the links, I was checking whether this had already been reported to the scam sites, which, it seems, it has.
    One thing, though, they’re now using different email addresses. One is garethbull08@yahoo.com, the other is gareth-bull01@hotmail.co.uk .

    Gotta love some of the things these scammers think up, they’re a constant source of amusement.

    Mind you, it’s an amusement I can do without…

    Thanks for maintaining this site, it’s a great source of info.

    • I received the above email this morning, and the email is now gareth-bull09@hotmail.co.uk and I didn’t respond to it.

      • Anti-Scam says:

        I also received the email today.
        I thought it was real.
        so i reply the email. i give my name to them and they reply to me.

        Dear _________,

        How are you?

        We acknowledged receipt of your email with your details, and we have decide to award you the said amount from our winning… we therefore advice you to contact our representative Attorney who will help you in processing all legal duties and have the fund transferred to you.

        Below is the contact of our lawyer and you have to contact him now email or call him.

        Stephen Adams
        Broddi Attorneys

        Tel: +44 792 454 1224
        Fax: +44 704 306 8238
        Email:stephenadams689@hotmail.co.uk

        Congratulations,

        Regards,

        Gareth and Catherine Bull

        • I know you took me down with your scam it really hurts, to receive a nice letter like you sent then take the rug out from under my feet, My name is Douglas Golden [redacted]. Bremen e-mail [redacted]@aol.com I even sent money for the transfer that I do not have to waste this really hurt bad and is not a scam t s fraud, I will take action that I promise. Douglas Golden

  3. Douglas says:

    I received the email too, why do they bother and what can they actually do??

  4. Heather Pugh says:

    I also got the e-mail now it is garethbull 04@hotmail.co.uk

  5. myra says:

    hi i also got the email,

  6. Marie says:

    Email recieved lol, email is garethbull_2244@hotmail.co.uk

  7. martin says:

    hi i also got the email now its garethbull_2244@hotmail.co.uk

  8. Uaealesi Sipelii says:

    I received the email as well and the email to reply is now gareth.cath@gg.com

  9. Aidan Howard says:

    I sometimes reply. I do not give them ANY information, but I think, If they are going to try to scam me, why not make them work for it?! Ha ha!

  10. ahmedeen says:

    tired of fuckin scummers

    • shawn says:

      seems more than 10 people have got this email already! It”s shit 3rd world looking to rip people off! get a real government and a job instead of this jungle monkey crap!!!

  11. Karen says:

    I came here for the same reason I always search all the emails before acting dumb.

  12. Peter says:

    Received the email here in australia today, of course they are scammers
    I would really like to get my hands on some of these annoying little fuckers

  13. Chris Shute says:

    I got this email this morning, its the second one i’ve received about the same thing. I hope no one is going to fall for it.

  14. ash says:

    I got this mail from mmm.mmm194@ymail.com stating to reply to this email address garethbull-supportaid@hotmail.co.uk

  15. shiela says:

    I also receive the email and the email garethbull-supportaid@hotmail.co.uk. and i am from sydney australia. what a losser

    • shawn says:

      shawn from Canada…Loser is putting it mild! I got better words…not so sure I can say them on this site though! but I agree,,,”LOSSERS”!!!!

  16. cmista says:

    i got the same stupid email!!!!! why dont they just get a life.

  17. Jim says:

    I just got the same email and stating to reply to garethbull411@gmail.com

  18. Joaquim says:

    pois é pessoal, também recebí um email desses malucos e respondí para o email: gareth_catherine@hotmail.com, mas estou a lhes fazer dançar”””. chegaram ao ponto de me enviarem um documento de ordem de transferência para o banco ALLIANCE LEICESTER BANK ONLINE, 5 Cabot Sq, London E14 4OJ UK, por ter lhes enviado dados de banco que já não existe e querem que eu deposite 501 libras UK via westen union para eles terminarem com a transferência. Olham só, agora mesmo acabo de receber uma ligação deles por telefone no.+442079500845 avisando de que tenho que depositar urgentemente os valores, porque eles podem cancelar a transferência daqui a alguns dias.
    -respondí-lhes que ainda não tenho dinheiro.
    -eles disseram “o que vamos fazer?
    -disse-lhes para esperarem quendo eu tiver.
    – responderam “ok”.

    POIS É, SE DEPENDEREM DE MIM VÃO SE ABORECER!!!!!

  19. John Hamilton says:

    Just got this email today, email being used is garethbull_2013aid@hotmail.co.uk.
    well done on highlighting this scam. Keep up the good fight.

    • Susan King says:

      Ive Just recieved one as well in Australia, same e-mail address as the one above, wish these idiots would get a life and go straight like the rest of us do

  20. Kloud0821 says:

    I received an Email like this one on 02/18/13.
    I have to admit it was looking quite authentic. Im quite glad i did research on it or i may have fallen for it. Thank you to this website and Many others like it for posting about these fraudulent email scams so those of us willing to do a little digging can sort out the scams. Although i doubt any of us will be lucky e ought to ever receive an email of this type in out lifetimes that isn’t just another scam lol

  21. Paul says:

    From South Africa, also got the mail from gareth.bull91@gmail.com

  22. Tez Cole says:

    As a 419 scambaiter from Australia I received the above mention scam email. Pushing it further and trying to see how far I could get with these fools, this is there follow up email reply.

    Dear Dimitri Garabedian,

    My wife and I are very happy to hear from you because we believe this is a life time opportunity for you and your family, this is why we have to make sure our interview is put on the internet for the world to see and we have also attached our real pictures to this mail to definitely prove to you that you are in the right hands.

    We plan to take care of the needs of our immediate family members and make you a millionaire because we believe in making others comfortable and happy like us.

    I have submitted your Name, Email Address and your Mobile Number to our pay-out bank (Alliance & Leicester Bank Online UK) we advise you to get in touch with the bank with the below information for the transfer of your donation funds £1,500,000.00 GBP.

    My wife and I humbly urge you to cooperate with our payout bank, Alliance & Leicester Bank Online UK in other to enhance a smooth and successful transfer of the funds which we donate to you because you are our only beneficiary who has not yet received his donation money.

    We are very happy and proud to help you and your family and we also suggest that you may also get in touch with the bank on

    Alliance & Leicester Bank UK
    5Cabot Sq, London ,E14 4OJ UK
    TEL: +44-701-292-8740
    FAX:+44 -20 7900 3531
    Payment Co-Ordinator: Mr.Alec Jerwood.
    Email: accounts@all iance-bonlin e.com
    info@allianc e-bonline.co m

    Congratulations & Happy Celebrations in Advance.

    Sincerely,
    Gareth & Catherine Bull

    Please note Dimitri Garabedian is not my real but my scambaiters name. I will try to push these scum abit more and will advise of the outcome.

  23. Not an Idiot Today says:

    Hey All, Got the same email and yes, for sure a clever 419 scam. So I replied with some fake info so we have some more response detail to warn people with. Below their reply and yes Corsum Finance “based in London” a very fake WordPress blog.

    ———————————————–
    Good day xxxxxxxxxxxx

    Thank you very much for your response to our e mail on the charity project donation and i do understand what you are talking about but i want you to be rest assured that this is not scam,its is 100% legimacy. We like to acknowledge the receipt of your personal information.

    Firstly, I like to congratulate you as one of our ten (10) luck individuals in this charity project donation. Congratulation!!!
    Your details have been forwarded to our the Finance company in London in charge of the payment and legal proceedings of your donation of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Great British pounds(#1,500,000.00).

    For immediate transfer/release of your donation fund, kindly contact the head of legal department at Corsum Finance Company in London for further procedure.
    Contact detail below:

    Email: legaldepartment@corsumfinance.com
    Tel : +447937043657
    Fax : +447005931517

    Kindly keep us updated on all development with the finance company to avoid double claiming of your donation fund. We look forward to reading from you.

    Kind regards,

    Gareth & Catherine Bull
    ———————————————–

    Check out this half baked website – http://www.corsumfinance.com
    ————————————————-
    Domain name registration details below:

    Domain Name: CORSUMFINANCE.COM
    Registrar: ENOM, INC.
    Whois Server: whois.enom.com
    Referral URL: http://www.enom.com
    Name Server: NS1.SPREADMEDIANG.COM
    Name Server: NS2.SPREADMEDIANG.COM
    Status: clientTransferProhibited
    Updated Date: 15-apr-2012
    Creation Date: 15-apr-2012
    Expiration Date: 15-apr-2013

    ————————————————-
    I went ahead a submitted above details as an abuse complaint with their registrar / hosting co. http://www.enom.com

    Hopefully they will investigate and suspend their site.

  24. Nadja oude Voshaar says:

    Hy i got the email today. the new email is bulls.donor_2013@qq.com for reply and was sent from Gareth & Catherine Bull ; so watch out. Thanks for the interesting comments. I could really use that money….

  25. Sylvie Eymin says:

    This what I got after i told them that i was sure it was a scam…
    Dear Sylvie Eymin,

    My wife and I are very happy to hear from you because we believe this is a life time opportunity for you and your family, this is why we have to make sure our interview is put on the internet for the world to see and we have also attached our real pictures to this mail to definitely prove to you that you are in the right hands.

    We plan to take care of the needs of our immediate family members and make you a millionaire because we believe in making others comfortable and happy like us.

    I have submitted your Name, Email Address and your Mobile Number to our pay-out bank (Alliance & Leicester Bank Online UK) we advise you to get in touch with the bank with the below information for the transfer of your donation funds 1,500,000.00 GBP.

    My wife and I humbly urge you to cooperate with our payout bank, Alliance & Leicester Bank Online UK in other to enhance a smooth and successful transfer of the funds which we donate to you because you are our only beneficiary who has not yet received his donation money.

    We are very happy and proud to help you and your family and we also suggest that you may also get in touch with the bank on

    Alliance & Leicester Bank UK
    5Cabot Sq, London ,E14 4OJ UK
    TEL: +44-871-974-5576
    FAX:+44 -20 7900 3531
    Payment Co-Ordinator: Mr.Alec Jerwood.
    Email: allianceleicesterbank@officials.co.uk

    Congratulations & Happy Celebrations in Advance.

    Sincerely,
    Gareth & Catherine Bull

  26. Nunung Nurhayati says:

    I have receive email from Mr Gareth & Mrs Catherine Bull on sunday 05 may 2013, And I told my family, but I’m not sure this correct or not ?

  27. Jack McMack says:

    Got the email from garethcatherinebull@mail2consultant.com, same deal,

    My wife and I won the Euro Millions Lottery of 41 Million British Pounds and we have decided to donate 1.5 million British Pounds to 4 individuals worldwide as our own charity project.To verify,please see our interview by visiting the web page below: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2091124/EuroMillions-winners-Gareth-Catherine-Bull-scoop-41MILLION-lotto-jackpot.html

    Your email address was among the emails which were submitted to us by the Google, Inc as a web user; Send Your Name..Telephone..Age..Country..To our private email: garethcatherinebull@mail2consultant.com

    Best Regards,
    Gareth & Catherine Bull

    Knowing it was a scam, I replied and have since received this further email;

    Dear Customer: Jack M——

    You have a package in our office which was sent to you by United Nation Organization.

    Please verify your personal information.

    ——–
    —–
    32
    New Zealand

    Yours Sincerely,
    Mr. Larry Desk

    And this from dhl.packagesdeliveryoffice@gmail.com, surely they wouldn’t use a public email server.

    Google search for Larry Desk almost received no reliable hits.

    Saw the interview online at the above address and Catherine Bull is pretty hot! Congratulations to them.

  28. Diederik Kits van Heijningen says:

    Got the same msg.
    Sender: hopper-k@u01.gate01.com
    Recipiant: .@u01.gate01.com
    Reply address: mr.garethbull@foxmail.com

    I get them nearly daily, also the bank scams.
    Report to the banks they use, banks have a responsibilty here too i think.
    Different email addresses is also a sign of scammers.

  29. I also received an E-Mail from Garth Bull. Note last name Bull , That is what this is Bull. I contacted the bank in London and they have no such person as a customer. No Money Charlie

  30. helen says:

    the email is now: garethbull44@live.co.uk
    if you follow the link to the article – it is dated 25 Jan, 2012…so pretty old & I am sure they have sorted out their investments & donations by now.

  31. Trish says:

    I received a version of the email at the top today. I thought it might be a variation of a 419/AFF, but it didn’t seem to ask for the standard questions or refer to a bank transfer – and the version I got said they would send me a cheque. I knew better than to click the link to the Sun story about Mr & Mrs Bull’s lottery win, so I decided to copy the text & email it to my husband (a research librarian). Funny thing is – the text I cut & pasted did not appear in the email he received, he only received the text I originated.

    I forwarded a copy to the FTC (I now wonder if the text disappears on their copy, too).

    Anyway, I hope Mr & Mrs Bull aren’t being pestered by anyone over this.

  32. lorri holt says:

    Now GarethCatherine11@rogers.com ….must have moved to Canada, or were they here all along?!?

    • Diederik Kits van Heijningen says:

      I always select source code and do a whois search for the ip. Then forward the message to the abuse email address with the source code and whois information. Don’t know if i did it with this one.
      If you still have the email, post the ip here. (should have done that too)

      • I use spamcop, and all reports like you suggest happen automatically once I mark a message as spam.

        • Diederik Kits van Heijningen says:

          Tnx scruffy, using spamcop now too. Much easier than looking it up myself.
          I really love the scam where the FBI in Washington tells me there’s a large sum of unclaimed money for me in London while the mail originated in Nigeria …….. Seriously?? Do ppl believe that?

  33. Terina Pihema says:

    I also received this scam and thought it was legitimate, until i read it properly obviously someone does not know how to spell english words.

  34. Doreen collins says:

    Hi I got the exact email two days ago. well I decided to have some fun at there expense after a couple of emails back and forward to get them hooked well my last replie was. mate your not even english you have just been scambaited what you dont realise do you know what AFP stands for australian federal police do you know what an ip address is well I have forward all corespondence between you and me to internet fruad division and you see you think you can just make another email address and just go on scamming people who ever registered that domain/ip will eventuality be found and all phone conversation’s have been recorded as for matching voice reconition your a low life that should be ashamed of yourself and am in the process of tracking your ip you wont get away with it see the jokes on you you low life they are going to slam the book at you when they catch up with ya ha ha ha ha lowlife preying on the vunable you will get caught in time. Well didn’t they go quite real quick lol I hope they shut up shop or at least had a good scare bloody scum. Thanks and I just thought id share with all cheers

  35. Doreen collins says:

    Hi again sorry there was a lot more I cant stand these type of people its wrong what there doing but thanks all I just wanted to share my experience with you’s thanks all and I hope no one else gets involved with these people have a good day and buy the way there phone is off now and no response from them ha cheers all dee.

  36. shawn says:

    But people!!!!! it’ REAL!!!!!!!! Had I have answered all of these crap emails I would be a TRILLION AIR by now!! hahahahahahah! and really if you send your info your just as stupid as they are! It”s 3rd world crap looking to rip off any one they can! they need a government, education, jobs,….and maybe a beer store!!!!! Shawn from Canada

  37. shawn says:

    ok! I got a scam!!! every one send me a dollar!! LOL! if we all do this we would all be rich! Rich I tell ya!!! Ya! as if! Shawn from Calgary Canada…..but, reality is! we all have to work for it! not steal it from a mans wallet or a woman”s purse

  38. Diederik Kits van Heijningen says:

    Don’t understand that after all the complaints they are still in business.
    I think the providers have a big responsibility here and should be held accountable for ignoring the complaints or letting known scammers use their services.

  39. dick hertz says:

    told them to send me a certified cashiers check….then the emails suddenly stopped lol

  40. Ben says:

    Received an E-mail, from Bull-family@rogers.com today.

    Replied giving David Camerons contact details.

    Maybe someone with then take notice, but quite honestly I have no confidence it will happen.

    The Tory party are all Scammers.

    • Diederik Kits van Heijningen says:

      I report all those scammers to spamcop.
      But seems there is no law against providers keeping these criminals in business.
      Just sent a mail to the European committee of digital affairs to ask for action against these kind of criminals.

  41. alexander says:

    I had an email from whoever too, promising me a bunch of cash I don’t need. What instantly drew my attention to it was the dictatorial orders to give them all my details… Who wants to know trash scum like that ?. con or not. filth attitude. This kind of money I am sure, you would just only be asked for ur telephone number. The rest, proof and arangements can be done face to face later, or it’s a clear cut scam.. how do you report this ? no button on yahoo for it. but then, its only yahoo. :(

    • Diederik Kits van Heijningen says:

      I use spamcop, but thats basicly for spam and not scam …. looking for a good scam report site too. Except the FBI, almost a day filling in all the info for 1 report ;)

  42. Anna Zapp says:

    Got this last year and now again today!!!
    Guess they are up to old tricks again…
    WHY CAN’T POLICE ARREST THESE CREEPS???

  43. Tina says:

    Received this on October 21, 2013. Email he is using is now mr.garthbull2012@foxmail.com.

  44. Nick says:

    Same shit address as above. I’m gonna fuck with em for awhile. See just how far and what dumb ass reasons they come up with to get me to send money first. Really do people fall for this and actually lose there money or give out bank info. Then again I seem to be surrounded by idiots that voted Obama as our president. I want to hear the stories of idiots that never catch on. I know your out there.

  45. Mbali says:

    Never fall for them they promise you a loan and this guys are just scams

  46. Vicky says:

    Another email for this scam is: mr.gaarethbull2013@foxmail.com It would be so wonderful if such wonderfully charitable people existed, but sadly, how in the world would they actually find us?

    • Diederik Kits van Heijningen says:

      They send to generated addresses, thousands maybe even millions …. and there’s always some naive idiot that fall’s for it. Otherwise they would have stopped already.

  47. Alistair says:

    they must be running out of money now because my offer wasnt for £1.5M, I was only awarded £800,000.

    “We are donating £800,000.00 GBP to you from Gareth & Catherine bull Foundation ,a charitable organisation group discorvered by Britains Multi millionaires , for claims send in a reply your Full-name , Age, Phone Number, Country . follow link to see our live interview regarding your donation

    Sincerely,
    President -Gareth & Catherine Bull.”

    and this was sent from ‘Gareth & Catherine Bull (bull1@rogers.com)’

    • Diederik Kits van Heijningen says:

      LOL, must be …. after all the money they gave away already …..
      And he’s gone up … president no less ;)

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