The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  Congratulations Dear Winner!!!
From:  "National Geographic Society"<prizeclaim@nationalgeographic.com>
Date:  Sun, 02 Jan 2011 15:43:33 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "Congratulations Dear Winner!!!" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 02 Jan 2011 15:43:33 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "National Geographic Society"<prizeclaim@nationalgeographic.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

SHEPHERDS BUILDINGS EAST,
RICHMOND WAY - LONDON
W14 0DQ - UNITED KINGDOM

Winning No: NGS/877/798/2010
Email Ref No: NGS/699/33/2010
Notification Date: 29/11/2010

This notification email is to inform you that you have won the sum of 500,000.00GBP {Five Hundred 
Thousand Great British Pounds} in this year edition which is organized by the National Geographic 
International, UNITED KINGDOM.

HOW YOU WON
We collect email addresses of people that are active online, among the Billions that are subscribed 
to email addresses worldwide, such as, AOL, Hotmail, Optusnet, Bigpond, Yahoo, Gmail, Google and 
including private domain users and also being a Microsoft user, your email qualify you in entering 
the draw. Ten email addresses are been selected in every quarters through an electronic balloting 
system without the winners applying or purchasing ticket for this draw.

The National Geographic International Lucky draw is proudly sponsored by The Royal Family, 
Microsoft Corporation©, the Intel Group©, Toshiba©, Dell computers©, Mackintosh© and a 
conglomeration of other international IT companies. We are proud to say that over $200,000.000.00 
(Two Hundred Million United States Dollars) are won annually in more than 150 countries worldwide.

PAYMENT OF PRIZE AND CLAIM
You are to contact your Claims Agent with immediate effect to facilitate the protocol of your 
winning prize before the date of Claim, Winners Shall be paid in accordance with his/her location. 
Prize must be claimed not later than 15 days from date of Draw Notification after the Draw date in 
which Prize has won. Any prize not claimed within this period will be forfeited. To begin your 
claim please contact our licensed and accredited agent assigned to you.

[VERIFICATION DEPARTMENT MANAGER]
Name: Mr. Anthoney spencer
Email : anthoney.spencer@live.com
Phone : +44 704 572 5840

Do email the above Claims Administrator, with the claims requirements below. To avoid unnecessary 
delay, they are needed to proceed.

Full Names: ____________________________________________
Sex: __________________________________________________
Date of Birth: __________________________________________
Marital Status: _________________________________________
Occupation: ___________________________________________
Address: ______________________________________________
City: _________________________________________________
Country Of Residence: ___________________________________
Nationality: ____________________________________________
Telephone Number(s): ___________________________________
Fax: __________________________________________________

MODE OF PAYMENT
(i) Bank Transfer
(ii) Delivery of Cheque of 500,000.00GBP by a registered courier company.

Note: National Geographic International Lottery prize must be claim not later than 15 days from 
date of Draw Notification after the Draw date in which Prize has won. Any prize not claimed within 
this period will be forfeited.

Congratulations! Congratulations!! Congratulations!!!

Sincerely,

Maurice Van Sabben,
National Geographic Corporation

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