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Subject:  E-LOTTERY SYNDICATE AWARD CLAIMS NOTIFICATION!!
From:  "THE E-LOTTERY SYNDICATE WORLD." <winners@syndicate.org>
Date:  Sun, 28 Sep 2008 06:31:11 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "E-LOTTERY SYNDICATE AWARD CLAIMS NOTIFICATION!!" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 28 Sep 2008 06:31:11 -0700 and has been classified as a Lotto/Lottery Scam. The sender was "THE E-LOTTERY SYNDICATE WORLD." <winners@syndicate.org>, although it may have been spoofed.





THE E-LOTTERY SYNDICATE WORLD.
12 London way,london

REFNUMBER : ELSW:ES324

Dear Beneficiary

This email confirms that you are a winner of the E-Lottery Syndicate Prize
amount of the Cash Prize of 250,000.00GBP ( Two Hundred & Fifty Thousand
Great Britain Pounds).Your email address emerged winner in our online
lottery
program held yesterday for the Month of September 2008 as a result you
have won the sum of 250,000.00GBP ( Two Hundred & Fifty Thousand Great
Britain Pounds), All the email addresses legible for this award were
subscribers from Yahoo, Hotmail and other email service providers
worldwide.

Note to aid your claims you are required to Fill and send all needed
Information as Indicated below..,

================================
APPLICATION FOR PRIZE CLAIM FORM
================================

[FULL NAME OF WINNER]..........................
[RESIDENT ADDRESS]...................
[COUNTRY/ REGION]....................
[DATE OF BIRTH]...../...../......... [SEX].......
[OCCUPATION]..............[TEL/FAX]................
[CURRENT EMAIL].....................

Note you are to make contact to your Syndicate claims agent

Name: Mr.Frank White
Email: edrawssyndicatedraws@hotmail.com


Congratulations once again from all our staffs on your consolation  prize
winning.

Yours truly,
Online Co-ordinator Officer
Anthony Graziani


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