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YOU HAVE WON ($2,000,000.00 USD) LOTTERY PRIZE!

October 25, 2013

MICROSOFT CORPORATION <drawdept001@outlook.com>

Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Way Redmond,WA 98052-7329 USA

Dear Winner: Ticket (No:56475600545)

We happily announce to you the result of the Microsoft Online International Lottery, on which you won ($2,000,000.00 USD) Two Million US Dollars

The Lottery was based on random selection exercises of database of E-mail addresses on internet websites worldwide. No tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation,and your email ID attached to Ticket (No:56475600545) won you the prize in the 2nd category.

You are therefore been approved to claim the sum of ($2,000,000.00 USD) in certified cheque.

For claims,you are to directly contact our assigned Finance manager information below viabemail and providing your details as stated below.

Finance manager
Name: Mr. Robert Allen
Tel: +1 570 865 4107
Email: financemanager-robertallen@careceo.com

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FULL NAMES:, ADDRESS/COUNTRY:, SEX:, AGE:, OCCUPATION:, PHONE NUMBER:
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All information is strictly confidential and will only be used for the purpose to which it is been requested.

Brian Hunt
Lottery coordinator
Microsoft Corporation 2013 All Rights Reserved.

 

El cuento de que ganaste el premio de la Lotería es muy viejo. Lo que el estafador quiere es que *tú* le envíes dinero a *él*. Si respondes su mensaje te dirá que antes de enviarte el dinero del premio que ganaste tendrás que hacer unos “pequeños gastos” porque queda a tu cargo pagar la “transferencia internacional”, “gastos administrativos” o algo así. Por supuesto que cuando dejas de enviar dinero ya no vuelves a saber del estafador, porque ya obtuvo lo que quería: tu dinero. ¿Y el dinero del premio que te prometió? Ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ja, ¿acaso creíste que era cierto?

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