Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following email. It is about a charitable donation. It works just like a lottery scam. The scammers that sent the letter, wants me to pay them. I will not get anything from them. They will keep asking for more money until I give up or run out of money.

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Mr From: Mr. Weir's Donation Project <weir@umich.edu>
Date: 2013/5/19
Subject: Cash Donation From Richest Lottery Winners
To: You <weir@umich.edu>

Dear Winner,

This is a confidential message addressed to your email. I am Mr. Colin
Weir, and I am the richest British EuroMillions Lottery winner.

On 12.07.2011, My wife and I won the EuroMillions Lottery Jackpot of
�161 Million GBP and we have voluntarily donated the sum of
�1,500,000.00 GBP to You, this being part of our 2013 Millionaire
Donation Project to financially support seven(7) unknown lucky
individuals all over the world.

Your email address was luckily selected via a Google & Facebook
sponsored email-draws, and we decided to put this on the internet for
the world to see in other to relinquish any doubts. The News link
below will give you an insight as regard our donations;

http://monkey.uk.msn.com/%C2%A3161m-winners-plan-charitable-trust

For immediate release of these donated funds, send your

*Full Names:......,
*Tel:.....
*Age:.....
*Country:.....

and we will instruct our payout Bank to transfer the sum of �1.5
Million GBP to you.

Colin & Christine Weir�
Copyright �2013� The Weir Foundation� All Rights Reserved�
 
     
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