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419 Scam – “OSLO Lottery South Africa”
- About the 419 (Advance Fee) scam
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- Phone numbers used by 419 scammers
- How to report 419 spam to us
- Domains registered by 419 scammers
- Company names mentioned in 419 spam
- What can you do when you receive 419 spam
“OSLO Lottery South Africa” is the fake identity used by a gang of advance fee fraud (“419”) scammers operating in South Africa. All email addresses used in this scam are free webmail accounts.
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Information in English
The Recycling Lottery (Pantelotteriet) is a lottery where empty bottles and cans recycled through a Reverse Vending Machine, may be converted into a stake in a national lottery.
A ticket in the Recycling Lottery costs NOK 0,50 and participants may win anything from 50 to 1 million Norwegian kroner. The result of the draw is communicated directly on the lottery ticket printout which all participants receive from the Reverse Vending Machine.
The beneficiary in Norway of the lottery is the Norwegian Red Cross.
The Recycling Lottery in Norway is operated by Norsk Pantelotteri AS, a company jointly owned by the Olav Thon Group and the Norwegian Red Cross.
The Recycling Lottery has been operational in Norway since 2008, and annually generates substantial contributions to the Red Cross.
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Norsk Pantelotteri AS
Org. nr. 996 684 075