Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetSecurity · 1 decade ago

i receive e-mail from malisia i need advice?

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Date: Sat, 10 May 2008 21:44:23 -0700 (PDT)

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We happily announce to you the draw of 2006 Euro-Afro Asian Sweepstakes Lottery International Program held on the 30th of April 2008 in United Kingdom. Your e-mail address attached to ticket number: FD559/SL/7443465/05 with serial number:652-662 and draw lucky number:5341802-560 which subsequently won you lottery in the 3rd category of file number: FA1305U-ID. You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of US$250,000.00 (Two hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars) in Cheque.

All participants in this lottery program were selected randomly through a computer ballot system, drawn from individual email addresses from all search engines. Your e-mail address was picked by the automated computer ballot system, which has been programed for this random selection. This has eventually qualified you for the Winning.This promotional program takes place annually, and is promoted and sponsored by eminent personalities, Sultan of Brunei, Bill Gates of Microsoft Inc.With the support of European corporate companies and organizations to encourage the use of Internet and computers worldwide. in cash credited to file KTU/9023118308/03.

Please note that your lucky winning number falls within our Asian representative's booklet in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYISA as indicated in your file number: FD2349UID. In view of this, your $250,000.00USD Cheque would be released to you by Our Asian Fiduciary Agent, Our Asian Fiduciary Agent will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your Cheque as soon as you contact Barrister:Azim Mohammed Ngan. office in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA.

Please contact Barrister Azim Mohammed Ngan in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA. for your claim with the following details below to enable the speedy evaluation and processing of your winning.

1 Name. 2 Home address. 3 Telephone number. 4 Age and occupation. 5 Ticket number. 6 Serial number. 7 File number. 8 Draw number.

BARRISTER Azim Mohammed Ngan


E-mail:( ):Telephon(+60-173867668) .

For security purposes and clarity we advice that you keep your winning informations confidential, and not to be disclosed to anyone until your claim have been fully processed and your winning Cheque delivered to you. BE WARNED!

Your winning details can only be released to your fiduciary agent who will commence the process of your winning, This is to avoid wrong and double claim, it is also part of our security protocol to avoid unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous element.You are requested to contact Our Asian Fiduciary Agent in KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA for your claim.Please note that you will make your claim but not later than one month and two weeks grace period from the date you received winning notification.

In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications make sure that your winning details are quoted correctly in all correspondence. We advice that you adhere strictly to these procedures to avoid disqualifications and subsequent cancellation. The above detailed information will be absolutely necessary to facilitate the process of your winning Cheque.Once again! please Note that this winning is valid for(14)fourteen days and grace period of(7)sven days,failure to issue claims after this period, your Cheque will be automatically voided.


Yours faithfully,

E.A.A.S Lottery Headquarters,

Euro-Afro Asian Sweepstakes Lottery Inc.

Customer Service, 580 N.Tenth Street,

Sacramento, CA 85914,

An Affiliate of Charity International.

Arena Complex Km 18 Route de Rufisque,

I.P.P Award Department,UintedKingdom.





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11 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    this is spam. just ignore it. i receive 10s of these every week.

    if you actually respond to them, they will first waste a lot of your time. then, they will ask for some money to create the transfer transaction (and this is the scam). once you transfer the money to the account that they give you, you will never hear from them again.

  • Lucia
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    it is a scam they probable said that they will deduct 10% of your winnings . well if i was going to get 10% of a million euros i would come to you in person at my expense to make sure I would get my 10 % . they just want your bank details and your information so that they can be you for a short time so they can con a bank out of money and then leave you with the problem of being black listed and and proving to the bank that it was not you. so if you think you are lucky enough to have won a lottery that you have not even entered the more fool you if you give your details

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You can't win a lottery without buying the lottery or without participating. I have also received few such mails in the last couple of years but never received any cheque.So it's fake

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Send a copy of this to I know that you have not won this lottery. I can see from here that you did not enter it. You do NOT win lotteries you have not entered. I can easily see you did not enter, first you would have immediately claimed your prize if you had entered, second it does not exist! Do NOT let greed override your brain.

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  • Alice
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    I agree with everyone else - its spam.

    You can't win a lottery that you didn't enter and if they got your personal details without your knowledge then clearly they used under-handed tactics and aren't trustworthy.


  • 1 decade ago

    It's totally a fake !!!

    Better you dont replay that message. Why ?

    I received the same message just like you >:P

    I suggest you that mark the sender as a spammer

  • 1 decade ago

    It is a big SCAM

    They are out to rob you if you give them any account details.

    There is another one similar, claiming to be from Yahoo, who is now taking them to court for it.

  • 1 decade ago

    Just ignore and don't fall into trap. Delete immediately.

  • 1 decade ago

    this mail is a fake mail do not reply

  • 1 decade ago


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