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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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From: Richard Baloyi <richardbaloyi15@yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Wednesday, November 21, 2007 2:48 PM
Subject: LOTTERY PAYMENT OF USD$ 820,000

Barrister Richard Baloyi & David Mongerane
Associates. Solicitors, Conveyancers & Notary Public
4Th Floor, Elephant House107 Market Street
Cnr Von Williegh Johannesburg 2001
P.O.Box 61618 Marshalltown 2107
Johannesburg South Africa
Tele/Fax: +27-83 370 0294
E-mail:
agentconsultant45@gmail.com
E-mail: richardbaloyi15@yahoo.co.uk
                                                                                         Date: 21-11-2007

 
                          LOTTERY PAYMENT OF USD$ 820,000
 
Dear Young,
 
Permit me to introduce myself as Barr. Richard Baloyi Esq,(Africa Agent) a South African and legal practitioner based in Johannesburg.This is the reference of your mail,on the winning prize from the United Kingdom National Lottery Program, in regards of the lottery you won and as you have requested me to do the necessary thing to make sure that you receive your money.
 
It is real and you must be greatfull to your creator to be a lucky winners as many have not had such oppurtunity in live,and you must comply with the instruction of claiming your fund from the bank after they have contacted you.I know that you will not fail to show appreciation to me after you have received your winning fund as I will offer you the best of my services that you receive your fund with a hitch free success.
 
I will appreciate you furnish me with the details below which will enable me write a letter of claim To the bank before the bank will contact you for verification and transferring your fund.The bank that is responsible to transfer your fund into your account is First National Bank of South Africa.
 
                                NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

1. We will make an urgent arrangement to see that we pay your money to you, and we have to make booking and arrange also with the bank here in South Africa to transfer your money to you through TELEGRAPHIC BANK TRANSFER, this may take us between one week time (NOTE: THAT FOR SECURITY REASONS, WE DO NOT POST CHEQUE TO OUR CLIENTS).
 
2.Please kindly Indicate if you will come down here to complete the whole process or the bank will transfer your winning fund through telegraphic transfer. After we receive your information the bank will contact you on the process of transfer the fund into your account, which will eventually take about seven days to conclude the transaction. Meanwhile, I will want you to forward to us the following information.
 
Your Names in full,
Your current address,
Your bank account details such as:
1.Your bank name, beneficiary name, swift code, account number tel/fax number of the bank and address of the bank.
2 Your own tel/fax numbers,
3 your profession.
4 Your Age.
5 Sex.
6 Country of origin and Residence.
 
As Soon as all this information are received, I will used the opportunity to write a letter of claim in your favour to the bank, furnishing the bank with all the requirement which you have forwarded to us, so that your fund will be transfered into your account
 
Sincerely,
 
Barr. Richard Baloyi(Esq.)
Barrister Richard Baloyi & David Mongerane
Associates. Solicitors, Conveyancers & Notary Public

   
 

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