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Subject:  From: MR.JO TAYLOR
From:  "john taylor" <>
Date:  Mon, 30 Apr 2007 04:48:09 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "From: MR.JO TAYLOR" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 30 Apr 2007 04:48:09 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "john taylor" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

        Caribbean Express International Lotto Promotions

Dear Winner,
Hurray! You have been selected as one of the five lucky winners in the second edition of the Caribbean Express International Lotto Promotions draw. You have therefore been approved for a huge payout of Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand USD Only (US$5.5Million) Bear in mind that you did not in anyway play this game or bought a Ticket but you are selected among the five lucky winners due to your frequent access to internet. How was the selection process done? Winners were randomly selected from an initial database of Five Hundred Thousand emails which was eventually downsized to Five Thousand from which we eventually selected the final and lucky five.

The process was done through the computerized email balloting system selecting emails from The Middle East, Asia, Africa, Canada, Europe, USA and South America. The process of collecting your winnings is to be handled by our Prize Transfer Agents. To ensure a smooth collection of your grand prize, You are to contact our agents by email within a week of receiving this notice. Please find full contact details of our paying agent below:

Contact Person: Name: Mr.James Pradman Payment Officer, Please note, when you contact your claims agent please remember to quote your reference number and batch Number in all correspondence.

Draw Serial No: 35/751346 Batch number: 06-A852

Furthermore, contact your claims agent as instructed above and accept my Congratulations! Regards, From: MR.JO TAYLOR

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