Some examples of the real Spanish lotteries that the scammers falsely use are Loteria Primitiva and El Gordo.
Real examples of lottery scams: You may also be asked to provide personal details to prove that you are the correct winner and to give your bank account details so the prize can be sent to you.
I needed to wire her the money plus a bank charge of 25% in order for her to obtain the visa and trip.
Right after this she mentioned a wonderful trip sponsored by the local University and set up by an Aunt and it would allow her to visit New York on a visitor's visa for 3 weeks and we could meet.
The scammer will take your payment and fail to deliver the prize, or send you something that falls short of the promised prize.
Scammers will often say these fees are for insurance costs, government taxes, bank fees or courier charges.