I received an e-mail stating that I won the YAHOO lotto; I did played a lotto game in my computer and I was one of tha 25 winners that won 1 million dollars.My e-mail came from Mrs.Tina Akira (president) and Mr. Raymond Hisashi (vice-precident) of the “Yahoo Lotto Organization”. How do I know if this is real or if it is a scam?
I did enter a lotto sweepstakes and the winning numbers are the same one’s I’ve entered. The e-mail came from the president & vice-president of Yahoo! lotto org. with the winning numbers, reference # & batch # . They ask me for delivery information but not bank account (thats what make me think is real. I looked up the Bank & it does excist but they want money for shipping and insurance. They also told me that the delivery will take place withing 24 hours and the carrier will call me as soon as they get within the area. It sounds too good to be true. I asked them to take the insurance and shipping $$ from my “prize”. Lets see what happen. What do you think?

 

Comments

  • I'm tired of being serious

    September 6, 2010 at 12:52 pm

    That is a scam, a very old scam.Did you enter a lottery? You have to enter a lottery to win. If you didn’t enter it, it’s a scam. And even lots of lotteries that you enter are actually scams.

  • "NED KELLY" is SPUD

    September 6, 2010 at 1:11 pm

    It is a scam,i won 1,000,000 euros in england i live in Perth WA,but they wanted all my info first
    Go to the bottom of your page and get in contact with yahoo to find out

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