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SCAM! First clue should be that words are spelled wrong. Then again if you didn't catch it maybe you are a winner.
Ekse yo!!! Forward me the email.... i will personally check if it is a scam or not... sounds and looks like a scam. I am the only one who is willing to find out for you so pleeeeeeze... You know you can trust me man...
SCAM!!!! Don't do It! All of it is Fraud.... they say: if it's too good to be true then it's NOT TRUE! Never give your personal information to anyone...
SCAM. They will want you to send them money that you will never see again.
To you and everyone else who asks this question, if you have to ask, then it is a scam.
I would say fake - Yahoo NEVER ask for your password and sex and age etc.. If you do not remember entering something it is fake.
Yeah, that's a scam.
I dont know I would probably fall for that. lol