De Lotto (Electronic Lotreij)
Postbus 3074
2280 GB Rijswijk
The Netherlands

REF: EL3/9318/06
BATCH: 8/163/EL

Dear Sir/Madam

We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Lottery Winners
International programs in which your e-mail address was attached to
ticket
number 653164251591-6011 with serial number 7321410,batch number
151085135,lottery ref number 6376527711 and draw lucky numbers
4-9-17-36-44-78 which won a lump sum pay out of One Million, Five
Hundred
Thousand Euros.

All participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn
from
over Forty Thousand company’s and Twenty Million individual email
addresses
and names from all over the world.This lottery was promoted and
sponsored by
Association of software producers.

To file for your claim, please contact our paying officer:

Van Visser Bell,
Remittance Department Director,
Telefoon: +31 633-727-616
Fax: +31 847-580-469
Email:vannvisserbell@netscape.net

Congratulations once more from our members of staff and thank you for
being
part of our promotional program.

Note: Anybody under the age of Eighteen is automatically disqualified.

Yours Sincerely,

Mrs. Agatha De Boer.
For Management.

 

Comments

  • This is a scam. Leave it alone.

  • yes its a scam.

  • yup i got this one,,, and about 100 from south america and several ones pleading for money from africa. dont even open them anymore

  • scam. don’t respond.

  • Yes it is a scam..i have got many nigerian lottery scam emails..dont give any information to them.Just delete that.

  • It looks like a scam. Just say your under 18 with a public email address.

  • Yes it is a scam.

    If you are feeling civic minded, you should report it as fraud. I notice that the email appears to be “@netscape.net” if that is the case then you should forward the email to the abuse department for Netscape. Note that it would be most useful if you forward the entire email with all of the email headers – you should check the help for your mail tool to find the internet header information, you may need to cut-and-paste it into the forwarded message.

    This information may help the ISP shut down the account that is being used in the scam and the internet connection being used to send the messages.

  • If you do not check a company before entering into a transaction, you could lose your money, time and credibility. Some widely used resources are the Better Business Bureau (www.bbb.org) and the national fraud center ( http://www.fraud.org) These days, you can easily find out more about a company using the internet in a few minutes. From a company’s website, you can details about its ownership, how old the company really is and feedback from the company’s customers.
    You can find more detailed information about a company at http://tinyurl.com/gtb89

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