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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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lottery From: 7up Company <7up_lotto@company.ae>
Date: 2013/7/2
Subject: Lucky Winner 2013
To:

Dear Lucky Winners,

Your e-mail has won you 750,000.00 GBP (Seven Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Great Britain Pounds) in this year 2013, 7up Lottery. This is
being conducted in collaborations with the United Arab Emirates
[U.A.E] with the aim to reduce poverty around the globe. The draw
no.1526 brought out your e-mail address from a Data Base of Internet
Email Users and qualified you a bonfire winner of the stated winning
amount. Please use this money to bless other people around you by
being generous. You have to always keep in touch with us on phone or
emails, and always reply to every mail which we might send to you.
This will enable us to process and make your transfer successfully,
provide the below stated information for processing of your claims.

Please Send Your Details As Required Below:

1. Name in full:
2. Home Address:
3. Age:
4. Sex:
5. Marital Status:
6. Occupation:
7. Direct Phone Number:
8. E-mail Address:
9. State:
10. City:
11. Present Country:

Please contact our claims Officer;
Mrs. Clara Jane, (Claim Dept Director)
Tel Phone: +971528199101

E-mail: 7upuae@email.biz
 
     
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