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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lottery On 11/03/2010, BRITISH CANADIAN LOTTERY <commanes@eircom.net> wrote:
> BRITISH CANADIAN LOTTERY BC-49,
> 70 Foster Drive, Suite 800, Sault Ste.
> Marie, Ontario, P6A 6V2, Canada.
> Winning No: 30 31 34 37 44 46
> Bonus No: 28
> Confirm Winning: http://www.canada.com/life/lotteries/lottery_results.html
>
> Ref No: IMP/73253CA/2009
> Batch No: 642376/CA/2009.
>
> 2010 BCL PROMOTION NOTIFICATION!!
>
> The Canadian Government in collaboration with the British Government and the
> World Gaming Board are the sponsors of this online email lottery for
> compensation and grant for both past lottery winners and the entire world
> public for purpose of Infrastructural development as an online compensation
> for all internet users.
>
> We happily announce to you the draw of the Special Global 2010 Promotional
> Draw held on the Wednesday March 10, 2010 in Manchester in the United
> Kingdom and Ontario Canada. Your e-mail address attached to REF No;
> IMP/73253CA/2009, with Batch No: 642376/CA/2009 drew the Winning No: 30 31
> 34 37 44 46, Bonus No: 28 for BC-49 Lotto under the choice of the lottery in
> the 1st category of bi-weekly six.
>
> All participants were selected randomly from World Wide Web site through
> computer draws system and extracted from over 10,000,000 companies and
> personal e-mails. So your email is your online automatic ticket that
> qualified you for this draw. You have therefore been approved to claim a
> total sum of �1,263,584.00 Pounds Sterling (One Million Two Hundred and
> Sixty Three Thousand Five Hundred and Eighty Four Pounds Sterling)
>
> In view of this, your �1,263,584.00 Pounds Sterling (One Million Two Hundred
> and Sixty Three Thousand Five Hundred and Eighty Four Pounds Sterling) would
> be released to you by following the directives of the courier company. Our
> London- UK courier will immediately commence the processing of your payment
> to facilitate the release of your funds as soon as you contact the office.
> So you are required to forward the following details to our trusted courier
> company to help facilitate the processing of your claims:
>
> You are to contact the Dynamic Parcel Delivery Company for payment with
> details below:
> Contact Person: David Moore.
> Courier Name: Dynamic Parcel Delivery Company
> Email: dpdcourier_dispatchunit@w.cn
> Tel: +44 7035 925434, +44 702 401 2805.
>
> FILL PAYMENT PROCESSING FORM BELOW:
> 1. FULL NAMES: ________
> 2. ADDRESS: __________
> 3. AGE AND SEX: ________
> 4. MARITAL STATUS: _____
> 5. OCCUPATION: ________
> 6. E-MAIL ADDRESS: ______
> 7. TELEPHONE NUMBER: _____________________
> 8. YOUR WINNING AND BONUS NUMBERS: __________
> 9. BATCH NUMBER AS LISTED ABOVE: ______________
> 10. AMOUNT WON: ________
> 11. COUNTRY: ___________
>
> Remember, you must contact the (Dynamic Parcel Delivery Courier Company), to
> claim your prize, send your reference and batch number and payment
> processing form to their email dpdcourier_dispatchunit@w.cn
> Winners are advised to keep their winning details/information from the
> public to avoid fraudulent claim (IMPORTANT) pending the prize claim by
> Winner. You can also confirm your winning number and bonus numbers on our
> website http://www.canada.com/life/lotteries/lottery_results.html
>
> Congratulation!!
>
> Sincerely,
> Mary Jordan (Mrs.)
> Lottery Controller General
> BC-49 Lottery.
>

 
     
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