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: "Google Promotion Award Team." <noreply@google.co.uk>
To: <winner@google.co.uk>
Sent: Saturday, August 01, 2009 4:01 PM
Subject: Secured Security Code: GUK/699/33/2009

> Google Incorporations.
> Stamford New Road,
> Altrincham Cheshire,
> WA14 1EP
> London,
> United Kingdom.
> Winning No: GUK/877/798/2009
> Ticket No: GUK/699/33/2009
> Notification Date: 01/08/2009
> We wish to congratulate you once again on this note, for being part of our
> winners selected this year. This promotion was set-up to encourage the
> active users of the Google search engine and the Google ancillary
> services.
> Hence we do believe with your winning prize, you will continue to be
> active and patronage to the Google search engine. Google is now the
> biggest search engine worldwide and in an effort to make sure that it
> remains the most widely used search engine, we ran an online e-mail beta
> test which your email address won �950,000.00 {Nine Hundred And Fifty
> Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling}
> We wish to formally announce to you that you have successfully passed the
> requirements, statutory obligations, verifications, validations and
> satisfactory report Test conducted for all online winners.
> A winning cheque will be issued in your name by Google Promotion Award
> Team, You have therefore won the entire sum of �950,000.00 {Nine Hundred
> And Fifty Thousand Great British Pounds Sterling} and also a certificate
> of prize claims will be sent along side your winning cheque.
> Sir Andreas Georgetown.
> Foreign Transfer Manager
> Google Promotion Award Team
> Email: sir.andreasgeorgetown@googleaward.org
> Fax: +44 (0) 7679 18722
> You are advised to contact your Foreign Transfer Manager with the
> following details to avoid unnecessary delay and complications:
> (1) Your contact address.
> (2) Your Tel/Fax numbers.
> (3) Your Nationality/Country.
> (4) Your Full Name.
> (5) Occupation/Company.
> (6) Age/Gender.
> (7) Ever won an online lottery?
> The Google Promotion Award Team has discovered a huge number of double
> claims due to winners informing close friends relatives and third parties
> about their winning and also sharing their pin numbers. As a result of
> this, these friends try to claim the lottery on behalf of the real
> winners. The Google Promotion Award Team has reached a decision from
> headquarters that any double claim discovered by the Lottery Board will
> result to the canceling of that particular winning, making a loss for both
> the double claimer and the real winner, as it is taken that the real
> winner was the informer to the double claimer about the lottery. So you
> are hereby strongly advised once more to keep your winnings strictly
> confidential until you claim your prize.
> Congratulations from the Staffs & Members of the Google interactive
> Lotteries Board Commission.
> Sincerely,
> Dr. Donald Lloyd
> Google Promotion Award Team

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