Scam??!! I received this and am quite sure it is a fraud.?
This is more for everyone's info in case you receive it. Of course if it's real let me know!! Hehe.
From: Ms Rita Stevens
Date: 6/16/2008 10:01:31 AM
Subject: Yahoo Awards Center
Yahoo Awards Center
From The Desk Of The Promotions Manager
International Promotions/Yahoo Award Center
This is to inform you that you have won a prize money
of £1,000,000:00 (One Million Great British Pounds)
for the month of June, 2008 Prize promotion
which is organized by YAHOO AWARDS & WINDOWS
LIVE.YAHOO/GMAIL collects all the email
addresses of the people that are active online,
among the millions that subscribed to Yahoo and
Hotmail and few from other e-mail providers.
Three people are selected monthly to benefit
from this promotion and you are one of the Selected Winners.
PAYMENT OF PRIZE AND CLAIM
Winners shall be paid in accordance
his/her Settlement Centre. Yahoo Prize
Award must be claimed no later than 15
days from date of Draw Notification. Any
prizenot claimed within this period will
beforfeited.Stated below are your identification numbers:
BATCH NUMBER: MFI/06/APA-43658
These numbers fall within the England
Location file, you are requested to contact
Our fiduciary agent in London and send your
Winning identification numbers to him;
Below you will find a Documentation Form,
requesting you're required Particulars.
YAHOO ONLINE DOCUMENTATION FORM
You are required to fill and submit
the above particulars to our Overseas
Claims/United Kingdom Payment Unit with the
below email address.
Overseas Claims/Exchange Online Payment Unit
Contact Person:Dr. Ellis D. Bryan
Tel: +44 (0) 709 285 7329.
- JillPinkyLv 71 decade agoBest Answer
I wish I could tell you that this is true, but I'm afraid this is a SCAM. The below links confirm various email scams hitting the internet. There is also an online form for the reporting of such - (with links for your own country.) This site also gives excellent advice on what steps you can take to achieve a spam free inbox :
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. Please 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 various scams and frauds and innocent victims of them.)
- ?Lv 43 years ago
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
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
.Also If you go to the following site you will get some info on ID 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
- Edd eLv 71 decade ago
This is a scam thousands of these emails are sent every day DO NOT send any bank/personal details click the link below to see what yahoo say about this.
You can report this with the mail abuse form below.
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- WillieLv 51 decade ago
Definitely a scam. Don't open the e-mail.
- 1 decade ago
Yes, it's a scam. I get those all the time.
- 1 decade ago
its a scam. when in doubt, its a scam.