Euro Millions Lottery Scam

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Euro Millions Lottery Scam

Postby Joey Smith » Sun Mar 11, 2007 6:13 pm

Euro Millions Lottery.
Hoge Wei 28, 2011 Zaventem,
Belgium.
Euro Millions are Affiliate of Belgium National (BNL).

Sir/Madam,

CONGRATULATIONS: YOU WON 1,000,000.00 EUROS.

We are pleased to inform you of the result of Euro Millions, which was held on the 17th, January 2007. Your e-mail address attached to e-ticket number: 05-32-44-45-50 (01-08), with Prize Number (match 3): 106000009 drew a prize of 1,000,000.00 (One Million Euros). This lucky draw came first in the 2nd Category of the Sweepstake.
You will receive the sum of 1,000,000.00 (One Million Euros) from our authorized bank. Because of some mix-up with sweepstake prizes, including the time limited placed on the payment of your prize: 1,000,000.00 Euros, we advice that you keep all information about this prize confidential until your funds: 1,000,000.00 Euros have been transferred to you by our bank. You must adhere to this instruction, strictly, to avoid any delay with the release of your funds to your person.
This program has been abused severally in past, so we are doing our best to forestall further occurrence of false claims. This sweepstake was conducted under the watchful eyes of 8,000 spectators. Your e-mail address attached to e-ticket number 05-32-44-45-50 (01-08), was selected and; it came out first by an e-ballot draw from over 250,000 e-mail addresses (personal and corporate e-mail addresses). This program is sponsored by CFI to compensate faithful internet suffers around the globe. Congratulations for becoming one of the few lucky winners.
With your permission, your e-mail will also be included in the next sweepstake of 5Million Euros. You must claim y our prize: 1,000,000.00 Euros not later than 7 days from the moment you receive this e-mail. In order to avoid unnecessary delays with your claim from the bank; please contact them immediately, and quote your winning and personal information now, and in all your correspondence with the bank.
Here is the contact information:

Bank: Laagste Heypotheekofferte Bank. N.L.
Attention: Dirk Garvin.
Karspeldreef 6A, 110 1 CJ, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
E-mail: laagstebanknnsnl@aim.com
Telephone: +31 616 859 048
Fax : (+3184) 735-9610.

Furnish them with the following:
(i). your name(s),
(ii) Your telephone and fax numbers
(iii) Your contact address
(iv) Your winning information (including amount won).
Congratulations. Yours Faithfully
Vjertis Von Adrian (Ms.) CPA.
Coordinator: Euro Millions.
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Postby Elmware » Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:11 pm

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Re: Euro Millions Lottery Scam

Postby grace45 » Mon Jun 01, 2009 5:40 am

It is a email scam that has been around for years, but somehow it just won't go away. In all of these scams, the “winner,” never get a penny, and the scammers make off with your money and possibly more.
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