is this valdCONGRATULATION YAHOO AWARD WINNER From: YAHOO AWARD (email@example.com) ?
is this valid.
CONGRATULATION YAHOO AWARD WINNER
From: YAHOO AWARD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Sent: Wed 9/24/08 5:03 AM
YAHOO AWARDS CENTER124 Stockport Road, Longsight,Manchester M60 2DB-United Kingdom. This is to inform you that you have won a prize money of One MillionGreat Britian pounds ( GBP1,000, 000.00) for the first quarter 2008prize promotion which is organised by YAHOO AWARDS &WINDOWSLIVE. YAHOO collects all the email addresses of the people that are activeonline, among the millions that subscribed to Yahoo and Hotmail andfew from other email providers. Six people are selected monthly to benefitfrom this promotion and you are of the Select Winners.Winners shall be paid in accordance with their Settlement Centers.Yahoo Prize Award must be claimed not later that 30days from date ofDraw Notification. Any prize not claimed within this period will beforfeited and returned to it source as unclaimed.Stateed below are your identification numbers. BATCH NUMBER: MFI/06/APA-43658 REFERENCE NUMBER: 2007234522 PIN: 1207You are requested to contact our co-ordinator in Manchester ans sendyour winning identification numbers to him.You are advise only to contact the Co-ordinator's on the email below Email: email@example.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgName: Rev phliipe dalakis You are advise only to contact on the email above (You are advise only to contact on the email above ( You are advised to send the following information to our co-ordinatorto facilitate the release of your fund to youFull name, country, contact address, telephone number, fax number,marital status, occupation, sex, date of birth. Your in ServiceMrs Mary Harmon
- Barkley HoundLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Answer this question. Why would a company just randomly give out money unless there was something in it for themselves?
Due to the number of lottery scams no legitimate company would ever notify you by email that you have won a prize.
Every email that states you have won a lottery or there is money waiting for you is a scam. There will be a followup asking for a prepayment of some type of fee to receive the money. Haven't you noticed that even though you have won 100 million your name appears nowhere in the email? It may not even contain your email address. If people were winning 100 million every day it would be on the news with pictures of the lucky people.
Unless you enter a lottery or contest, such as with one of the magazine companies, any notification is a scam. If you get 100 million you will not be notified by email.
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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
It’s a scam thousands of these deceptive emails are sent every day there used to commit identity theft, or try to get you to send money. 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.
To report a phishing attempt with the form below.
Or you can forward a phishing attempt email to the address below.
And here is some advice from yahoo on how to deal with spam emails.
- iniguezLv 44 years ago
you are able to not make certain (not varify) the address & guy or woman because of fact they don't exist. that is unsolicited mail. there is not any money. there is not any Yahoo and domicile windows or Microsoft or the different lottery. NONE.
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- 1 decade ago
scam ,report to yahoo phishing