Friday, June 17, 2011

E-mail Lottery Scam

BRITISH COLUMBIA EMAIL LOTTERY
1550 Princess Street Kingston , ON , Canada, K7M 9E3 UK Office No 47 Se1 7na – Balking London United Kingdom
24hrs.Tel: +44-702-4086291
Email; bcolumbia48@gmail.com
Web; http://www.canada.com/life/lotteries/lottery_results.html
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Dear. Email User.
CONGRATULATIONS
The British Columbia/ Email Draw. Promotion team is proud to inform you
that you have won ( 1,000.000.00 United States Dollars) only.
WHY YOU HAVE WON
Your Email is one of the lucky emails that have won in the Award
Program.
HOW DID YOU WIN?
British Columbia/ Email Lottery draw select one million Emails from all over the globe (Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, and Middle
East and Australia) to run the draw; this is a Bonus from Shell Development
of England to email you. After your Email become one of the six lucky
winning emails.
DETAILS OF THE WINNINGS
REFERENCE NO.: xxxx-xxxxxx
Date Friday, June, 10th 2011: winning number 08 11 12 25 28 30 33 16.
CHECK ON THIS WEBSITE:
http://www.canada.com/life/lotteries/lottery_results.html
You need to provide us with the below information for claiming your fund.
Name (in Full):
Country:
Address:
Direct Telephone No:
Age:
Occupation/position: …………………………………………………
Your email address: …………
Contact Mr. Mohamed Hassan with the email address below for the remuneration of your claims directly: ontariocanada49@gmail.com

Blogger: I just received the above message on my e-mail. I think it is a scam. I do a search on google and it seems that someone also has received similar message before and this is the message the other blogger said:

These are just plain scams. Why would anyone pay you USD 1 million for free. Money does not grow on trees. May be 10 years back when this was tried with unsuspecting people, they almost fell prey to such messages and ended up paying the fee that they ask for and never to receive the USD 1 million that they had won. Already many people have got cheated through such messages. These scamsters have been flooding inboxes of unsuspecting people. Kindly delete such messages as and when you see them.

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