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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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MR Van Gogh <info_office111@bellsouth.net> wrote:
Government Accredited Licensed Promoters,
Venderloop 1902 AB, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
REF: WE67/4360/34
BATCH: 11/4578/GN
SERIAL No: 653164251591-6011
TICKET No: 7321410


Attn:Sir/Madam


We are pleased to notify you of the release today as
dated of the NL National Lotto/International
Promotions programs held on the 13th day of jully
2007. Participants were selected through a computer
ballot system drawn from 98,000 names from Europe,
America, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Middle-East,
Africa,North & South America and canada as part of our
international promotions program conducted annually to
encourage prospective overseas entries.


As a category B winner, you have been selected by
computer balloting system where only email addresses
are soughted, from a total numbers of 30,000 email
addresses drawn from all over the globe. After an
automated computer ballot of our International
Promotions Program consequently won in the second
Category. You have therefore been awarded a lump sum
pay out of US$2,000,000.00 in cash.


Customer Service Unit,
NATIONAL POSTCODE LOTERIJ NL.
CONTACT PERSON: Van K.Gogh (MR)
TEL: +31 644 863 856
FAX: +31 205 248 266
EMAIL:vangogh_winingagent01@yahoo.com.hk
You are advised to provide him with the following bellow?
Names:
Age:
Tel :
Fax:
Nationality:
REF Number:
BATCH No:
TICKET No:
SERIAL No:
LUCKY No:


Yours Sincerely,
Christina Eckwright

 

 

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