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: en415@eircom.net <en415@eircom.net>
> To:
> Date: Tuesday, February 24, 2009, 5:58 PM
> Dear Winner,
> We are writing in respect to your unclaim lotto winning
> prize of $850,000USD( Eight Hundred and fiftyThousand US
> Dollars only) which you won through the email-ballot draws
> in our Euroafric Lotto Award in 2008 in the second category
> prize winnings.We wish to inform you that your total prize
> money of $850,000USD has been scheduled for payment Via
> Western Union System after our initial letter to your
> address for your payment was not replied.You are here by
> requested to contact Western Union Office through this
> e-mail address:(fundverificationdeptcationdept@live.fr) for
> your immediate payment.Contact Person:Name:Dr.John Booma
> Telephone:+229 98311174
> E-mail (fundverificationdeptcationdept@live.fr) The only
> money you will send to the office of Western Union to
> transfer your Winning Prize in your country is ($355.00 US )
> Three Hundred & Fifty Five United States Dollars only
> being their official processing fee so far.Again, don't
> be deceived by anybody to pay any other money except $355.00
> US DollarsYou are contact Western Union office as directed
> above for your payment,and do Re-confirm bellow info's.
> to them:Receiver name-------------
> Country--------------
> City----------------
> Tel----------------
> Test question-------------
> Test Answer---------------- Thanks,
> Mr.Ben Ugo
> President International Lotto Commission.

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