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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Welcome! You're in.
(Are You Ready To Claim?)
Yahoo! Mail makes staying in-touch simple
(and benefit).

bul We are happy to inform you that you have won a
prize money of Three Hundred And Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000.00) for the month of July lottery promotion which is organized by YAHOO!
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Squirrel away all those important (and unimportant) messages, including attached photos, files, you name it.

That's all for now. So To Begin Your Claims, you are required to forward him with the following details:

1.Full Name:
2.Country Of Origin:
3.Present Address:
4.Sex /Date of Birth/ Age:
6.Telephone Number:
7.Fax Number(If Any)
8.Marital Status:

Kindly Contact The Fiduciary Agent For Your Prize ASAP.


Without Any Further Delay. Otherwise Your Prize Will Be Returned Unclaimed To Our National Headquarters In Holland And Will Be Donated To Charity Homes.

Your Information
Dream number...Lwh 8892428
Ticket/Lotto number...Lwh 27 522 465 896 6453,
Lotto number...Lwh 03 19 31 32 36 40 43
Serial number...Lwh 3/772/554

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