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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On Sunday, August 6, 2017 6:29 PM, YAHOO AWARD PAYMENT < amillachristtpp@gmail.com > wrote:

Congratulations Dear winner,
Please kindly view the mail attachment and contact the Claim Manager with
the required details for payment Verification/Release.
Dr. (Mrs.) Camilla Christa Turner.


On Monday, August 7, 2017 4:13 PM, Michael K. David < michaeldavidadviser@gmail.com > wrote:


I write to acknowledge the receipt of your email massage, the authenticity of your winning has been confirmed by this office, your winning information has been received and has been checked in to our dominant system/database and we confirmed that you are the rightful winner of this promotion. Once again Congratulation!!
Kindly be informed that due to mix up names, you will receive your winning prize of £800,000.00 GBP through our official paying bank, First National Bank of South Africa.
Your winning prize has been deposited with the First National Bank with an Escrow Account Numbers (913-3380-1139-1) under International Transfers Department. And your Winning Prize has been insured in your name to the real value and as such, nobody has the right to tamper or make any deduction from your prize. Therefore, you have been advice to contact the person in charge under International Transfers Department urgently for details regarding on how your winning sum will be transfer into your account.
Below is his contact information;
First National Bank Of South Africa.
Contact Person: Mr. Campbell Camba MD
Office Line:+27 603 77 4388.
Endeavor to contact him urgently on how your money will be transfer into your account and always keep your winning references confidential until your winning prize has been successfully transferred to you, this is for security reasons and to avoid dual claim as the case may be.
Please contact the paying bank immediately.
Yours faithfully
Michael K. David Esq
Claim Agent

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