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 > From: Bwin Online <claiept@interbwinOnlines.com>
> Subject: Congratulations
> To:
> Received: Thursday, June 24, 2010, 10:23 PM
>
> Congratulations!!!
>
> Attn.: Winner,
>
> In other to encourage the existing and potential customers
> of InterBwin Online casino, its management decided to run an
> email lottery program on all email addresses within reach.
> In the procedure, every email address was assigned to an
> individual ticket number and all the numbers were
> electronically spin mixed to emerge some few lucky winners.
> Few numbers emerged as the lucky star numbers after the
> machine spin, among them is ticket number 341143272906 which
> was assigned to your email address, and it won you a lump
> sum of 2,754,000.00 (Two Million Seven Hundred and Fifty
> Four thousand United States Dollar). Congratulation you are
> advised to contact your claim agent,
>
> Mr. Cornelius Matthew, Tel.: +447045730839 Fax:
> +447005921408 E-mail: claimsdept@interbwinOnlines.com
>
>
> To be instructed on how to receive your prize money. Do
> remember to furnish him with (a) your full name (b) you home
> or office address (c) your phone number (D) Age (E)
> Occupation (F) Marital Status (G) Next Of Kin (I) Country of
> Origin.
>
> Congratulations once again, and hope to count on your
> further or potential patronage.
>
> Yours Faithfully,
>
> Mrs. Carolyn A. Taylor
>
> Promotions Manager
>
>
>
>



 
     
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