Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is about a fraud lottery. The lottery claims that I won, but the reality is that they want MY money.

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From: FREE LOTTO ONLINE <flonlinedept@w.cn>
Date: Wed 20 Oct 2010 14 19 10 0100

Attn: Winner,

I am Mr. Brian E. Williams claims processing officer, i wish to congratulate you on your success, you are lucky to be among this year award winners of £1,000,000.00 (one million Great British pounds Sterling only) you won this lottery in the first category credited to file reference number: tfr/9900034943/jpt.

This is a promotional draw which officially launches the new system. With funds accrued exclusively from previous winners, payouts to all winners are guaranteed and will be transferred in record time.

This correspondence officially confirms that we are in receipt of instructions relating to the payment of your lottery winnings. Please complete the form below with correct information and email back to us with a return email.

The following information should be supplied comprehensively by the beneficiary of the stated fund, for verification before remittance.

1. Names:

2. Mailing address:

3. Date and place of birth:

4. Contact telephone:

5. Name and address of next of kin:

6. Sex::

7. Occupation:

8. Marital status:

9. Nationality:


I. Mr. / Mrs................................................................................................hereby declare that the above data are true. In case of any unforeseen circumstance, my next of kin has the right to claim my total winnings.(super standard agent) shall act as my agent in facilitating the transfer of the total fund to me.


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