Miss Young

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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lottery > From: Helen MacArthur <helenmacarthur@jackpotjoy.co.uk>
> To:
> Date: Thursday, September 25, 2008, 1:46 PM
> 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
> of a large sum
> of 2.5 Million GBP United Kingdom Pounds. You are to
> contact the below
> agent for remittance of your prize money to you.
> John Lappin
> Email: johnlappindesk@jackpotjoy.co.uk.tt
> Tel: +44-701-114-9593
> You are to forward your winning number, which is lucky 7P
> along with the
> below information to the above agent via email immediately:
> 1. Name in full:
> 2. Address:
> 3. Phone/Fax:
> 4. Occupation:
> Note: Remember to include your winning number (lucky 7P) to
> avoid
> complications.
> Have a fun filled day.
> Helen MacArthur
> Jackpot joy


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