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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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Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 19:21:19 +0000 (GMT)
From: "Emily Windsor" <emilywindsor1972@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject: IMPORTANT

Attn: Lucky Winner,

Following the meeting of the Board Of Trustees of Yahoo/Microsoft joint Lottery. We have
Identified your incapabilities towards the claim of your winning sum of $500,000 as
awarded to you by the Online Electronics Free Stacking Draws which is aimed at
eliminating poverty in the world at large.

Base on this, we have established payment centres in some countries of the world to
enable you check the one nearest to you and go for the claim of your winning prize of
$500,000 and other promotional gift items.

Our payment centers are in the following countries: INDIA, GHANA, TOGO, SYRIA, GREECE, HOLLAND, SWEDEN, CANADA, SINGAPORE, MALAYSIA, UAE (DUBAI), SPAIN, PARKISTAN,ECUADOR,SWITZERLAND, BELGIUM,BRAZIL SAUDI ARABIA AND VENEZUELLA.

You are to choose a country closer to you to go for the claims of your funds. Whereby you
may not be chanced to go, you may ask us for the appointment of a financial attorney on
your behalf to help you in signing out your winning entitlements or by online banking.

The implication in the engaging of the services of a financial attorney is that you will
bear his legal charges and the problem in online banking is that you will take care of
the bank charges.

You are adviced to let us know which one suits you.

Regards,

Emily Windsor.



   
 

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