A Scam Email with the Subject "RANDOM BALLOT EMAIL NOTIFICATION" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 08 Feb 2007 07:59:18 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was ONCE ONCE <email@example.com>, although it may have been spoofed.
ONCE LOTTO PROMO Desk Of Approval/Game, Gaming Board Department, Valencia,Spain. The ONCE email Gaming Board and all the staff of this great company are pleased to inform You that Your email address has won the online lottery draw held on 30-11-2006.The late release of this result was due to difficulties encountered in sorting out mixed numbers and email addresses. On behalf of the ONCE Lottery Board,we congratulate You for your email emerging the winner of this draw.Meanwhile,to clarify your doubts on how come you were selected and frequent questions that you may likely ask(HOW DID I ENTER THIS CONTEST???HOW DID YOU GET MY EMAIL ADDRESS???HOW DID I WIN???).The draw was done electronically with a random email device system, to enourage the use of internet by web users.Your email address was attached to Reference Number(UE25049-S38).This have Qualified You to Claim a Cash Prize Of (750,000.00 euro)Seven hundred and Fifty Thousand euro from a total cash prize of Six millions euro shared among(8) lucky winners.You do not need to buy a ticket to enter for it your email we as randomly sceleted as one of the winners. To file for your claim,contact the fiduciary agent direct by phone and email given below. By quoting your Reference number,your full name,address,Country,Telephone,mobile,fax number and occupation.Also note that you will be responsible for the processing and approval of your winning prize,all these will be explained to you immediately you call your agent. . ONCE NACIONAL CENTRE DR.ALEXANDER GOMEZ TEL:0034 617 105 218 REPLY TO: firstname.lastname@example.org web site: http://loteria.com/once.php Yours faithfully, Mrs.Maria Jose N.B keep all lotto information from public to avoid double claims