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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 > To: .@localhost
> Date: Fri, 4 Sep 2009 15:47:52 +0200
> Subject: Winning Alert...Contact Williams Brown
> From: williamsbrownuk80@live.com
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> National Lottery Promo Office
> Tel; +44-703-597-7317
> Fax: +44-7006-062-478
> Ref LSUK/2031/8161/05
>
> Dear Winner,
>
> We are pleased to inform you of the final announcement of Our On-line
> Promo Programme held on Thurseday 20th of August 2009.The draw was done
> electronically with several email addresses provided to this office by
> webmail providers to enhance the utilization of the internet.Your email
> address attached to Reference Number UK/2031/8161/05 was picked as one
> of the ten winning email addresses. This has qualified you to claim the
> total cash prize Of 590,983 Pounds Sterling in cash.
>
> To file for your claims and due remittance of funds contact Mr. Willams
> Brown with the following details:
>
> Name;.................
> Age;..................
> Address;..............
> Occupation; ...........
> Telephone;.............
> via Email; williamsbrownuk80@live.com
>
> **Note: All replies and queries or questions concerning your claims
> should be sent to Mr. Williams Brown.
>
> Congratulations once more and from all members and staff of this
> program.
>
> Sir. Earl Spencer
> On-line Co-ordinator

 
     
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