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Subject:  Reference Number: TM-762035230
From:  "Toyota Camry Dept" <luckywinners@toyota.co.uk>
Date:  Thu, 30 Sep 2010 06:46:46 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Reference Number: TM-762035230" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 30 Sep 2010 06:46:46 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Toyota Camry Dept" <luckywinners@toyota.co.uk>, although it may have been spoofed.

Reference Number: TM-762035230
The Board of Directors, members and staff of the International Awareness
Promotion Department of the Toyota Automobile Company in collaboration with
eBay, wishes to congratulate you on your success as the STAR PRIZE WINNER
of this year's Toyota Automobile International Awareness Promotion (IAP) held
today in England, U.K.This makes you the proud owner of a 2010 Toyota Camry 
four-cylinder XLE model car
and a cash prize of Â75,000.00 (Seventy Five Thousand Pounds).

To claim your prize please contact our Claims Manager Mr. John Bulltons.
Please include the reference Number to avoid scammers from interupting
with your winnings please provide the following information to him in your
email:

1.Full Name:
2.Full Address (the address where the prize will be received)
3.Status:
4.Occupation:
5.Age:
6.Sex:
7.Country:
8.Tel.Number

Contact Person: Mr. John Bulltons
eBay's Toyota Claims Department
EMAIL: mrbulltonstoyotacamrydept22@gncn.net

Yours Faithfully,
Mrs Joan Simand
DIRECTOR OF PROMOTIONS,
Toyota Camry,England, U.K


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