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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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> Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2011 05:39:38 -0200
> Subject: Lucky Numbers #: 02 06 08 09 36 39 BONUS #: 29
> From: payout44@tranphu.com
> To:
>
> From: BBC e-Lottery Promo© Headquarters
> London, UNITED KINGDOM.
> Reference #: XYL /26510460037/05
> Ticket Number #:112-0745-810-264
> Lucky Numbers #: 02 06 08 09 36 39 BONUS #: 29
> Serial Number #: 0152-12
>
>
> This email is to inform you that you have Won (£1,000,000.00 GBP) on our
> online draws which was held on Wednesday February 09th 2011 with draw no.
> 1579.
>
> Confirm your winning validity on http://www.bbc.co.uk/lottery/
>
> Your email address was randomly selected with the aid of a computer
> balloting system from all web users list of email address world wild. To
> file for your claim you are hereby advise to contact Mr. Thomas Hill-Wood
> of the UPS EXPRESS COURIER with your information below for delivery of
> your winning parcel containing the following Your Certified Bank Cheque
> valued at One Million Pound sterling, Original Copies of Certificates, A
> Dell Inspiron 6400 Laptop, A Lottery Branded T-shirt, and A Lottery
> Branded Baseball Cap and Security Documents to this
> email:upscourier44@gmail.com
>
>
> CONACT UPS COURIER
> Mr. Thomas Hill-Wood.
> E-Mail: upscourier44@gmail.com
> Phone Number: +44 704 578 4916
>
> With the following,
>
> 1. Full name.
> 2. Delivery Address.
> 3. Tel and fax number.
> 4. Marital Status/Occupation.
> 5. Country/City/Zip Codes.
> 6. Your Parcel Order number is BC/41280/UPS
>
> Note: We have paid for the delivery and premium insurance fee of your
> winning prize and you are to pay to the UPS courier Service the sum of
> Three Hundred and Forty-Five Pounds only (£345GBP) for their security fee.
> We could have paid this for you but we do not know when you will contact
> them.
>
> Also for your information, you have to stop all further communications
> with any other person (S) or Office(S) to avoid any hitch or delay in
> receiving your winning funds. You must be 16 or over to claim your prize.
>
>
> Yours Truly,
> Dr. Scott Mills.
> Presenter (BBC e-Lottery Promo Programme)
>
>
 
     
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