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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: "australian@australianlottery.com" <australian@australianlottery.com>
Sent: Sat, February 13, 2010 7:54:27 AM
Subject: WINNING NOTIFICATION

UNI: 24 HIGHER AVENUE
HARRIS PARK
GRANVILLE NSW
0152
SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.
Ref: 475061725
Batch: 7056490902/188
Winning no: GB8701/LPRC CONGRATULATIONS!!! WINNING NOTIFICATION !


Dear Sir/Madam: We are delighted to inform you of your prize release the Today, from the Australian Lottery Sweepstakes International. This is a bonus to promote lotto in Australia Which is fully based on an electronic selection of winners using their e-mail addresses form some site. You here by have been approved a lump sum pay of $400,000.00USD (Four Hundred Thousand united states dollars) in cash credit file ref: ILP/HW 47509/02 from the total cash prize shared amongst eight lucky winners in this category.

TO FILE FOR YOUR CLAIM: Simply contact our PAYING BANK OCEANIC BANK INTERNATIONAL PLC. E-mail addresses : foreignoperation@oceaniconlineplc.net Please quote your reference, batch and winning number which can be found on the top left corner of this notification as well as your Full Name: Full Address: Telephone number: For security reasons, we advice all winners to keep this information confidential from the public until your claim is processed and your prize released to you in whatever manner you deem fit to claim your prize.

Congratulations once again on your winnings!!!
Yours faithfully,
Mrs Tom.
On line co-coordinator for Australian Lottery, Sweepstakes

 
     
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