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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> From: Microsoft Notification <info@microsoft.com>
> Subject: You Have Won 1,000,000:00 GBP
> To:
> Date: Saturday, January 10, 2009, 3:54 AM
> 5 Summit Centre, Skyport Drive,
> West Drayton, Middlesex,
> UB7 0LY United Kingdom.
> Attn: Sir/Madam
> Microsoft Lottery! Mail announce you as one of the 10 lucky
> winners in the
> ongoing Micro-soft Lottery Draw for the year, 2009.
> All 10 winning email addresses emerged electronically
> through our computer
> balloting draws and participants were selected from over
> four million
> Email-Addresses worldwide that were active for the year
> 2008.
> This is part of our international promotions program which
> is conducted
> annually to promote the use of the Internet. Consequently,
> you have been
> approved for a total pay out of 1,000,000.00 (ONE MILLION
> Microsoft Lottery! is jointly sponsored by the arts
> council of England as
> part of their social responsibility to the citizens in
> their communities
> where they have operational base.
> Microsoft Lottery ! Lottery is a free service that does not
> require you to
> register or be a Microsoft ! Registered user before
> winning.
> To file for your claim, please contact our accredited
> corresponding agent
> for category "A" winners immediately for a quick
> and speedly release of
> your fund, contact information is as follow:
> AGENT: Gabriel Phillip
> EMAIL: microsoftaffairs@aol.co.uk
> Tel: +44 703 5963368
> Congratulations form all members of staff.
> Regards
> Notification Desk
> Shell Award Team

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