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Subject:  Dear Internet User
From:  "Vidal, Emily" <VidalE@georgian.edu>
Date:  Mon, 08 Dec 2008 10:14:35 -0500

A Scam Email with the Subject "Dear Internet User" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 08 Dec 2008 10:14:35 -0500 and has been classified as a Lotto/Lottery Scam. The sender was "Vidal, Emily" <VidalE@georgian.edu>, although it may have been spoofed.

Dear Internet User

  This email might come to you as a suprise / shock. The board of
trustees of the Fondazion Di Vittorio has given you the privilege to
be a  beneficiary for the 2008 Cash / Grant Award.
  Fondazion Di Vittorio was established on the initiative of General De
Gaulle and André Malraux in the year 1969 to help individuals and
companies to carry out philanthropic, cultural, environmental or
scientific projects and social activities. It is a private non-profit
organisation recognised by the government as a charity working in the public interest. The foundation is an umbrella organisation for other
foundations; it receives donations and legacies, and awards scholarships and prizes.

   After the good work of the Fondazion Di Vittorio, the United Nation
decided to contribute, which bring the interest of European Union and
the Economic Community of West Africa State.(Note that all beneficiaries
email addresses were  selected randomly from over 100,000 internet websites or a shop's cash  invoice around your area in which you might have purchased somethingfrom) To file your claim, you are to produce the below information and
email it to the Executive Secretary with the email as stated below.

Full Name:
Address:
Country:
Tel/Fax number:
Age:
Qualification number: N-222-6747,E-900-56
Mr. Giovanni Galantucci

Email:    galantucci@live.com
On behalf of the Board kindly, accept our warmest congratulations.
Regards.
Mr.Fabian Lux
(Foundation Officer)

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU SEND YOUR RESPONSE TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS: galantucci@live.com


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