Please help YAHOO LOTTERY <email@example.com>?
HI everybody Today I gut a mail from YAHOO LOTTERY <firstname.lastname@example.org>, informing me that my email ID has been selected for 800,000.00 GBP and I am suggested to give my address and other details with a verification number provided by them in the mail. and the Sender is
DR. BRIAN HUNT (PHD)
The Yahoo.com staff
I am confused whether it is true or fulse. Please some one help me....
- Huh?Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
It's only one of the oldest hoaxes circulating on the net right now.
You will NOT win a lottery you didn't enter into first.
Do NOT give them any information.
You can check the header of your e-mail for a return path and see if the e-mail actually originated from a Yahoo account and if it did you can forward it to Yahoo abuse, but there'll always be more.
- heyderLv 44 years ago
one hundred% scam. Yahoo would not have lotteries or funds giveaways. in the event that they did, you'll be confident there could be a brilliant form of advertising for it everywhere in the internet. merely delete that e mail, and any others like it which you're probably to get. do no longer click any hyperlinks in it, and actual do no longer respond to it.
- Edd eLv 71 decade ago
Spam scam they are after your money and your personal details do not click any part of the email mark as spam
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