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I have recived a mail from YAHOO (at least it writes its from Yahoo). This is how it looks: Messenger Yahoo! Lottery Results you won $800.000! Yahoo! Mail Congratulates you! Yahoo! Mail gives members random cash prizes. Today, your account is randomly selected as the one of 5 top winners accounts who will get cash prizes from us. We are happy to inform you that you have won a prize money of (Eight Hundred Thousand Us Dollars ($800,000) for the month of May, 2009. Lottery winner promotion which is organized by yahoo messenger.com every month. YAHOO, collects all the mail Nevada of the people that are online on yahoo messenger, among the millions that subscribe to yahoo messenger we only select five people every month as our winners through electronic balloting System without the winner applying, we are congratulating you for been one of the people selected. All participant were selected through a computer balloting system drawn from Nine hundred thousand E-mail addresses from Canada, Australia, United States, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceania as part of our international promotions program which is conducted annually. This Lottery was promoted and sponsored by a conglomerate of some multinational companies as part of their social responsibility to the citizens in the communities where they have operational base. Furthermore your details (e-mail address) falls within our British representative office in United Kingdom , as indicated in your play coupon and your prize of US $800,000 will be released to you from this regional branch office in UK. 2 We hope with part of your prize, you will participate in our end of year high stakes for US $1.3 Billion international draw. Can someone tell me what is this all about. I usualy delete this kind of messages, but this one is tricky :))) Help???!!!
P.S. This mail also contains this: To begin your claims, kindly contact the Accounting Officer at this email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) You are required to forward him with the following details: 1. FULL NAME 2. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN 3. PRESENT ADDRESS 4. SEX 5. DATE OF BIRTH 6. AGE 7. OCCUPATION 8. TELEPHONE NUMBER 9. FAX NUMBER (IF ANY) 10. MARITAL STATUS 11. WINNING NUMBER, BATCH NUMBER AND LOTTO NUMBER. 12 THE MONTH YOU WON........................................ Yours Sincerely, Blake Jorgensen Chief Financial Officer The Yahoo.com staff Yahoo.com Yahoo! Lottery Results Yahoo! Lottery is a free service that does not require you to register or be a Yahoo! registered user before winning. ...is this SUSPICIOUS to you????
Yahoo does not and never has organised any lottery or cash award. This is a SCAM. If you click on the below link this site confirms various email scams hitting the internet and provides an online form for the reporting of such, with links for your own country. thieves have sent you this email and they are trying to part you from your hard earned cash. They will often ask you to call a premium rate number and keep you holding on whilst you rack up a huge phone bill. They are then paid a large proportion of this phone bill. They may ask you to divulge personal information about yourself or ask for your bank or credit card details. Do not divulge any such information under any circumstances. It is surprising how many innocent victims have been duped by these types of emails. Please remember the thieves who send them are very clever and extremely convincing. I suggest you delete the email and send it into cyberspace. Check out these sites for further information :
Hi, My dear I can tell you for sure that it is fake and all rubbish. Please do not follow any of the instructions mentioned in the mail or do not share any of your personal information with them. I too keep on receiving such mails, just imagine why would some body give you millions and millions of dollars for the prize that you do not know how has come your way. These guys have generated fake mail ID's similar to big names like, Yahoo, MSN, Google, FedEx couriers etc. They ask for some 50 dollars or 100 dollars from you to be sent to an address that they advise. They say that they need this money to get the consignment sent to your address and believe me its all rubbish, they get money from you and you'll keep waiting for the prize money that will never arrive. So, my advise is, just delete such mails and chill.
When you receive any unsolicited "offers" or "awards" use common-sense (which is an uncommon commodity these days, no?). If you got it on the Internet it is somebody's attempt to make money from you! Sometimes it is a legitimate business legally sending UCE or UBE to get your business. Sometimes it is a criminal attempt to defraud you through "social engineering" using a scheme of lies. (not much different from legitimate advertising, no?) "Spam has several definitions, varying by the source." engineering" - definition & articles urge all to learn how to report spam and fraud effectively. Some will tell you to "delete" it only. No! Report It! Get the annoying criminal's "drop-box address" deleted! Learn how & do it! Read up on the problem & decide how you will deal with it: ignore it & be annoyed & inconvenienced, or proactively protect yourself with knowledge & available tools. Spam Links > About asked questions about spam Spam & How to Get Rid of It - About Email SpamCop.net - SpamCop FAQ: What do you mean by "full headers"? A career hint: the problem of communications security is not shrinking. Until we evolve as a species into something with overall honesty & integrity there will be need for IT Security analysts and technicians. See also: How To Ask Questions the Smart Way according to Eric Eric is a bit grumpy at times, but he is a respected IT expert in several fields. Maybe he'd been having a bad day when he wrote this guide. Maybe like a lot of geeks, he is normally not diplomatic (often or ever?). But his advice you can count upon always! Eric S. Raymond's Home Page
Scam!!!!! That message is both a fake and an outright fraud. Don't contact the phishers and give them any of your personal information at all. Spam that scam message straight into oblivion right away. This is one lottery you'll never win because it's "bogus." Another thing, the phishers telling you to "keep this lottery information confidential" would indicate to you not to say anything about this to anybody until they have finished scamming you.
Sorry friend but there is no Microsoft, Yahoo or other e-mail lottery, it's a scam do not answer do not give personal information.The following sites give more information If you go to the following site you will get some info on Nevada theft www.identity-theft.org.uk the iinternet is safe enough if you are careful but please answer nothing that you are doubtful about.Good Luck and be careful
Well - why would a yahoo prize have an msn address attached to it? Give them all this information, and expect identity theft the same day.
They want your telephones # so they can sell it. Next they will want your bank account number, so they can clean you out. They are wanting your, if they do not have it, IP number to sell. And they can hack your computer. Nevada theft. If you bank on line, I hope you have a good firewall.
It's spam. Anything that seems to good to be true, 99% of the time it is. Any email that wants this: 1. FULL NAME 2. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN 3. PRESENT ADDRESS 4. SEX etc. Is spam
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