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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: Helen MacArthur <info@jackpotjoy.org>
Sent: Saturday, November 8, 2008 5:43:44 PM
Subject: FILE IN FOR YOUR CLAIMS


JACKPOTJOY PROMOTIONS
67-69 Regent Street,
London,
W1B5RE, United Kingdom


Dear Promotional Winner,

We at Jackpot joy head office UK are happy to announce you as one of our lucky winners in our first ever promotion. This promotion was carried out to announce our emergence as one of the fast growing lottery company world wide.

Your inclusion into this promotion was made possible by your personal/official email, which was picked out from a wide range of emails by our new Java Soft ware.You have therefore been approved for a large sum of 460,000.00 GBP (Four Hundred and Sixty Thousand United Kingdom Pounds). You are to contact the below processing officer for processing and remittance of your prize money to you.

John Lappin
Email: johnlappindesk@googlemail.com
Tel: +44-701-114-9593.

You are to forward your winning number, which is Lucky 7P along with the below information to the above processing officer via email immediately for processing and remittance of your winning funds to you.

[FULL NAME OF WINNER]:
[NATIONALITY]:
[PRESENT LOCATION]:
[DATE OF BIRTH]:
[SEX]:
[OCCUPATION]:
[WINNING EMAIL]:
[TEL & FAX]:

Note: Remember to include your winning number (Lucky 7P) to avoid complications.

Once again congratulations.

Have a fun filled day.

Helen MacArthur
Jackpot joy

   
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