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A 'SPANISH Lottery' scam is continuing to fleece north west people despite police efforts to warn them.

A letter telling people they have won millions of euros and then asking for bank details is often accompanied by a fake letter from Lancashire Police.

DC Mark Turner of the Economic Crime Unit said: "Most victims do not realise they have been duped until it is too late, and by this time there is no way of them getting their money back."
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 25, 2009
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