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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: ENLEMADIM@satx.rr.com
> Sent: 2007-09-04 15:31:55 CEST
> Subject: Ref: ILP/HW 47509/02
>
>
>
> BRITISH INTERNATIONAL LOTTERY
> The Lottery Company
> PO Box 789,
> Harrogate
> HG1 2YR,
> England.
>
>
> Dear Winner,
>
>   We are delighted to inform you of your prize released on the 31st
> of August, 2007 from the British International Lottery programme 
> which is fully based on an electronic selection of winners using
> their e-mail addresses. Your name was attached to Ticket Number:
> 5647560054 Serial Number: 5360/02.This batch draws the Lucky
> Numbers as follows 7-27-29-37-14 Bonus Number 40, which consequently
> won the lottery in the second category.
>
>   You hereby have been approved a lump sum pay of ONE MILLION
> GREAT BRITAIN POUNDS in cash credit file Ref: ILP/HW 47509/02,
> all participant were selected through a computer balloting system
> drawn form Nine hundred thousand E-mail addresses all over the world.
>
> This Lottery was promoted and sponsored by a conglomorate of some
> multinational companies as part of their own way of contributing to
> world development.
>
> HOW TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE, Simply contact our agent;
>
> NAME: Barrister Clark Wilson
> Email: clarke31@btopenworld.com 
> Telephone: + 44 704 573 2678
>
> For the immediate release of your funds you are to provide the
> following details to our agent;
>
> 1. Full Names:
> 2. Address:
> 3. Occupation:
> 4. Age:
> 5. Sex:
> 6. Nationality:
> 7. Country:
> 8. Telephone Number:
>
>
> Richard Woodgate
> Controller.

 

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