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Subject:  ELECTRONIC MAIL AWARD PROMOTION.
From:  infoedlyn7@aol.co.uk
Date:  Thu, 17 May 2007 21:42:28 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "ELECTRONIC MAIL AWARD PROMOTION." was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 17 May 2007 21:42:28 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was infoedlyn7@aol.co.uk, although it may have been spoofed.

Microsoft
MICROSOFT MEGA JACKPOT LOTTERY
MICROSOFT HOUSE PRESCOT, LONDON E1 8RP.
UNITED KINGDOM.
 
REF NO: M154S/WL07
MICRO (LOTTERY) CHIP NO: 9465206
 
ELECTRONIC MAIL AWARD PROMOTION. MICROSOFT MEGA JACKPOT LOTTERY.
 
Dear Mr/Mrs/Sir/Madam:
 
Today, we announce the 10 lucky winners of the MICROSOFT LOTTERY PROGRAM held on 14th of May 2007. Your company or your personal e-mail address, attached to the Chip Number: 9465206, won in the First lottery category 001. Your email address has brought you an unexpected luck, please read through this message.
 
You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of Â1,000,000 GBP (One Million Great Britain Pounds) in cash credited to file MSW/9080118308/02/LA.This is from a total cash prize of Â10.000,000 GBP (Ten Million Great Britain Pounds) shared amongst the ten (10) lucky winners.
 
All participants were selected randomly from 'World Wide Web' site through Microsoft computer ballot system (MCBS) and extracted from over 100,000  individuals and companies. For security reasons, you are advised to keep your winning information confidential till your claims is processed and money remitted to you in the manner you deem fit to claim your prize. This is a part of our precautionary measure to avoid unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous elements.
 
Note that all claims process and clearance procedures must be duly completed early to avoid impersonation arising to the issue of double claim, you are advised to keep this notice to yourself because we shall not be responsible for any divert of funds as a result of you disclosing your lottery  award details,I hereby advice you to report to the Microsoft lottery claims agent whose information is stated below.
 
Contact Person: Barrister Teddy Williams
E-mail:info_teddywilliams11@yahoo.co.uk
Tel.: +44 704 011 5083
Tel.: +44 703 191 4158
Tel.: +44 701 112 1257
Fax : +44 709 286 5919
 
Do email or call the above mentioned person, at once with all the claims requirements below. In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications.
 
CLAIM PROCESSING FORM
1. full Name:
2. Address:
3. Nationality:
4. Date of Birth:
5. Occupation:
6. Phone:
7. Mobile:
8. Fax:
9. State of Origin:
10.Country:
11.Sex:
12.E-mail Address:
 
The above requirements are needed to enable the immediate release of your won prize.
 
Best Regards,
 
Mrs. Edlyn Albert 
Secretary
Microsoft Mega Jackpot Lottery
 
NOTE: Do not reply this mail. You are to contact your claims processor immediately via email or fax. Be informed, that there will be upfront charges, either for transfer of funds to your account or activating a non residence premium account with the official paying bank. Have it in mind that this is not a Scam; we want you to understand that there will be upfront charges.
 
 
 
WARNING!!!
ANY MAIL RECIEVED OF THIS SUCH WITH ANY OTHER TRADE MARK OR ADDRESS SHOULD BE FOWARDED TO YOUR CLAIMS PROCESSOR IMMEDIATELY; THIS WILL HELP US TO FIGHT SCAM AND LOTTERY IMPOSTERS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ANTICIPATED CO-OPERATION.
 
Microsoft Mega Jackpot Lottery, property of the Microsoft Inc. Copyright 2007. All Rights reserved.
 
 

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