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"Thanks for contributing to our financial Sucess"(You Have Won £500,000.00)

Discussion in 'The Shit List' started by Legolik, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. Legolik

    Legolik Registered Member

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    We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Yahoo Patronage Bonanza held on the 05/01/2008.Your e-mail address attached to ticket number 883734657492-5319 with serial number 7263-267, batch number 8254297137, lottery ref number 7336065782 and drew lucky numbers 14-22-28-37-40-44 which consequently won in the 1st category, you have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of £500,000.00 (i.e Five Hundred Thousand United Kingdom Pounds).Please note that this Promotional Programmes tagged "Thanks for contributing to our financial Sucess" was sponsored and organized by the Yahoo Corporation in view of the Financial benefits YAHOO have recieved from its numerous customers either through adverts, hosting and personal emails.To file for your claims, please contact our claims director Mr.Micheal White.

    MR.MICHEAL WHITE
    REMMITANCE DIRECTOR
    YAHOO PROMOTIONS UK
    44 Moorfields London EC2Y 9AL UNITED KINGDOM
    E-mail: michealwhite@live.com

    For processing and remmitance of your winnings, you are required to contact our designated claims agent with the following underlisted informations:FULL NAMES,CONTACT ADDRESS,COUNTRY,SEX,AGE,OCCUPATION,TELEPHONE NUMBER,NATIONALITY.
    Congratulations once again, from all members of staff and thank you for being part of our promotions program.

    Your Sincerely,
    Mrs. Amelia Hunts


    enjoy
     
  2. Mark_Rain

    Mark_Rain BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah, everybody gets these senseless notes in their inbox. Some people should really get a job instead of trying to fool people; I don?t think people nowadays fall for those idiotic scams in this day. I never publicly post my emails, especially the ones I use, with me these spam are not much, but when it comes it comes. There is a thread where other members express their experiences with these faulty spam notes. This one was really hilarious, can?t believe they sacrifice an inch of a second to go about spamming people; I never have and never plan to commit email spam. I don?t under-estimate the fact that some people have a brain, because I can?t see who will possibly fall for this. $500,000, so bogus!

    Sincerely Yours,
    Markus