Yahoo email just notified me that I won some london pounds. Please send me an email (yahoo) so you can see.?

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Your email address as indicated was drawn and attached to ticket number 008795727498 with serial numbers BTD/9080648302/06 and Batch number: 409978E, which drew the lucky numbers 14-21-25-39-40-47(20) which subsequently won you £1,350,000.00 (One Million Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Great Britain Pounds) as one of the 5 jackpot winners in this draw. the draws registered as Draw number one was conducted in Brockley, London United Kingdom this Month of Jenuary 7th 2008. These Draws are commemorative and special.



Winners emerged through a computer random data base selection of subscribers of varied affiliated web hosts. Five subscribers were selected to benefit from this draw. VoIP, Internet Telephony, Broadband Communication & WAN Platform Solutions | NET | Network Equipment Technologies, Inc.

Please be informed by this winning notification, to file your claims, you are to make contact with your designated agent who shall by duty guide you through the process to facilitate the release of your prize. To file for your claim Please Contact your delivery agency in the contact information below:


OFFICE ADDRESS: 60 Great Ormond Street London,WC1N 3HR United- Kingdom.

Contact Person: Dr Richard Anderson


Tele: +4470-31-917-228


With the following details below to avoid unnecessary delays and complications:

1)Full name:


3)Ticket Numbers:

4)Batch Number:

5)Serial Number:

6)Lucky Numbers: (as indicated in this winning Notification)

7)Phone numbers:

8)Amount won:





Our special thanks and gratitude to Bill Gates and his associates. We wish you the best of luck as you spend your good fortune in this season.

Note: You have One week from the date of this Notification to claim your prize winning.

Thank you for being part of our commemorative end of year Anniversary Draws.


Mrs. Bryan McDonald

Microsoft Promotion Team

Vice President

2007 Microsoft


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17 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    This is a SCAM. Check out the below link for confirmation of various scams, including the famous Yahoo/MSN lottery scams and how to report them.

    Unscrupulous 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. Just remember the thieves who send them are very clever and extremely convincing. I suggest you delete the email and send it into cyberspace, hopefully along with the thieving scumbags who send them.

    Check out these sites for further information :

    Source(s): Experience within Criminal Justice Dept. U.K. (dealt with such scams.)
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  • 1 decade ago


    Sorry! No money for you!


    I took this directly from the Yahoo link I listed below.

    "Is there a Yahoo! Lottery? Does Yahoo! Mail ever offer cash prizes?

    No. There is no Yahoo! Lottery, and we would never send you information about a contest you never entered.

    That’s the definition of unsolicited: you never asked for it. It showed up out of nowhere. The message probably also displays two other hallmarks of fraud emails: it appears to be official (with company logos, even links), and it demands urgent action “to claim your prize”, or something similar.

    If you’ve received a message like “Final Notification: Yahoo! Mail Winner!” or “Your Email Address Has Won $XX million”, it’s a scam..."

    There's a lot more on the site if you care to read it.

    I think I'll just cut and paste my answer on the other ga-zillion questions about the same thing.


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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    I might suggest that you use top level domain blocking if you are using Microsoft Outlook, This allows you to block all mail from foreign countries. 99% of this mail is either scams or junk mail. If you are using another email client I would suggest using Comodo's Email verification software, this make the other person confirm that its a real live person sending the mail, unless you allow the mail. I have found this program to be a great program.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    First of all - WHAT Microsoft promotion team? There ain't no such animal. And neither Yahoo nor Microsoft, or AOL, or even the Easter Bunny hold lotteries and give away free money to total strangers via email.

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  • 1 decade ago

    This is an old SCAM!!! Do not be taken in by any of these emails they are just trying to get all the personal information they can from you to use for their own illegal purposes Keep safe and ignore and delete them at once

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  • Edd e
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    This is a scam thousands of these emails are sent every day

    DO NOT send any cash or bank details click the link below

    to see what yahoo say about this

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  • 1 decade ago

    Internet lottery scams are a huge (and illegal) business that preys on people's ignorant belief that they may have somehow won a contest they never entered.

    Google "internet lottery scams" to find out more information.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    SCAM. Delete the email and so be it.

    Plus, why would Yahoo give out their info and why do we PAY for lottery tickets to play the lottery. They arent just going to email you and say by the way, you win.


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  • 1 decade ago

    Scam! The link below takes you to a site describing this exact thing.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It is a very old scam. I get these emails twice a day. If they were real, I would easily have several million dollars.

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