The Scamdex Scam Email Archive - Generic o

Subject:  Please be informed
From:  <fast55@covad.net>
Date:  Sun, 21 May 2006 15:02:41 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Please be informed" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 21 May 2006 15:02:41 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was <fast55@covad.net>, although it may have been spoofed.

                 NATIONAL LOTERY GROUP INTERNATIONAL
                   Prize Remittance Division (PRD)
                    
RE: OFFICIAL WINNING NOTIFICATION
LOTERY  REF NO: 0011770011
FAST TICKET NO:NL/23/00/99FAST
BATCH NO:NL011922
Dear Prize Winner,

This email confirms that you have received from the NATIONAL LOTERY GROUP INTERNATIONAL an official notification of your lotery winning in the FREELOTERY AUTOMATIC SUBSCRIPTION TICKET GAME (F.A.S.T) played on May 12, 2006 at our lottery office complex in the NETHERLANDS.
You have won a FREELOTERY PRIZE OF Two Million Dollars ($ 2,000,000,00) USD, a prize payout of your winning has been approved by the NATIONAL LOTERY GROUP. In accordance with the Netherlands lotery ordinance, you are authorized as the lotery prize winner to request claims of your winning prize.

The FREELOTERY AUTOMATIC SUBSCRIPTION TICKET (F.A.S.T) GAME is an online promotional program organized by the NATIONAL LOTERY GROUP INTERNATIONAL. A total of 500,000 different email addresses are entered for the FREELOTTO AUTOMATIC SUBSCRIPTION TICKET GAME (F.A.S.T). All email addresses entered for the game are submitted by our partner international email service providers/ marketing companies and public services providers.

Winners are randomly selected systematically through our Electronic Random Selection System (ERSS). Your email ID was included among the 500,000 email addresses and entered for Batch NL011922
 with Ticket No.NL/23/00/99FAST  and was luckily selected among 1-9 batch winners.
Note that the NATIONAL LOTERY GROUP INTERNATIONAL will remit prize payout to only winners who officially file in for their prize claims.
You are required to file your claims by contacting the office prize
remittance division manager :

            MR. JEFFERSON LEE
EMAIL:      nationallotery@excite.it
            TEL NR: +31-627-364-498
Please fill and return the Claim Form - E provided herein  via email to the Prize Remittance Division. Your winning information has been provided above.

PRIZE CLAIM FORM - E [FILE REF 0011770011]
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[FULL NAME OFWINNER]......................................................

[RESIDENTADDRESS].........................................................

[COUNTRY/ REGION]..................

[STATE].............................

[DATE OF BIRTH]...../...../......... [SEX]..........
   
[OCCUPATION]........................

[CURRENT EMAIL].....................

[TEL/FAX]...........................
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                       WINNING INFORMATION
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[FAST TICKET NR]........................[LOTTERY REF NR]................

[DRAWDATE]..................................[BATCH NR].......................

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THIS EMAIL WAS SENT FROM THE DESK OF THE ORGANIZATION PRESIDENT NATIONAL LOTERY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, ON BEHALF OF F.A.S.T GAMES 2006. CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR WINNING.
SINCERELY,
CARIN de GROOT,
GROUP PRESIDENT - NATIONAL LOTERY INTERNATIONAL



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