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How Lucky Can One Person Be??

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA
United States
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June 3, 2004
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Posted: July 6, 2009, 8:49 am - IP Logged

Man, I sure hit the Jackpot. Two in one for the price of zilch, didn't cost me a penny. Are there people out there still falling for this crap? If they are, I feel sorry for them. I think they both are from same person.

 

 

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Following official publication result of email sweepstakes program released on the 3rd of July,2009. Organised by the Euro Million your electronic email address attached to a Ticket Number (22-12-40-19-27-18-29) has won the prize Sum of €1 ,000,000.00 Only (One Million Euro Only). For further enquires and claims of your winning

CONTACT: Mr.Kart Van Winski

CITY/ COUNTRY: Bruxelles Belgium.

TEL: 0032487-780-257or 01132487-780-257

Reply to Email:euromilion@luckymail.com

It is important to note you that your award information was released today

with the following particulars attached to it.

E-mail Ticket Number: 22-12-40-19-27-18-29

Reference Number: 82-74-2-33-11-66

Serial Number GYTS5622142

Batch Number: MLPT4421336

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Your Full Name & Telephone Number

Please note that all wining must be claimed not later than 31st of July 2009.

Sincerely

Mrs.Pavillon de Margaux

CITY/ COUNTRY: Bruxelles Belgium.

TEL: 0032487-780-257or 01132487-780-257

Please note,do not send email to the alert email you are to contact Mr.Kart Van Winski via Reply to Email:

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Following official publication result of email sweepstakes program released on the 3rd of July,2009. Organised by the Euro Million your electronic email address attached to a Ticket Number (22-12-40-19-27-18-29) has won the prize Sum of €1 ,000,000.00 Only (One Million Euro Only). For further enquires and claims of your winning

CONTACT: Mr.Mathias Arnaud
CITY/ COUNTRY: Bruxelles Belgium.
TEL: 0032-489-603-804 or 01132-489-603-804
Reply to Email:euromillion1540@luckymail.com

It is important to note you that your award information was released today
with the following particulars attached to it.

E-mail Ticket Number: 22-12-40-19-27-18-29
Reference Number: 82-74-2-33-11-66
Serial Number GYTS5622142
Batch Number: MLPT4421336
Draw Lucky Numbers: 21-29-34-46-47-*6-*8
Your Full Name & Telephone Number

Please note that all wining must be claimed not later than 31st of July 2009.

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Mr.Michael Bernschneider.
CITY/ COUNTRY: Bruxelles Belgium.
TEL: 0032-489-603-804 or 01132-489-603-804
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    Kunming
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    Posted: July 6, 2009, 9:53 am - IP Logged

    I got one just yesterday that said my e-mail was picked and I won several millions. Needless to say I deleted it and blew my chance at being set for life.

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      Posted: July 6, 2009, 12:32 pm - IP Logged

      About 5 months ago, I got one from those Nigerians, and i decided to reply to him just for stick and giggles. I told him to get a real job and stop wasting his time scamming people. I also included some expletives.

      I tell ya, he wrote back with a vengance...lol, I must've hit a nerve with him. He started ranting about how he knew voodoo and that he would haunt me in my dreams, and torture my soul....ha ha

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        Posted: July 6, 2009, 12:32 pm - IP Logged

        and the thing is they probably send out thousands of these.all it takes for these scammers hard work to pay off is just one or two gullible individuals and they take them for everything.sadly it mostly happens to the elderly.

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          Posted: July 6, 2009, 2:58 pm - IP Logged

          I must super lucky at times .... I get @ least 5-6 a month from these bone heads

          I mean who in the hairy fart do they think they R fooling besides the elderly and or lack any common sense at all Roll Eyes

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            Posted: July 6, 2009, 3:22 pm - IP Logged

            Funny when crooks are trying to scam you by email or phone, they expect you to be nice and agreeable with them, when you are not they get pissed and accuses you of being ignorance and rude.  I would think they would just keep quite and move on to the next person on their sucker list.

            * Thoses who can, do * 
            * thoses who can't, just talk *
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              Posted: July 6, 2009, 4:06 pm - IP Logged

              I wonder why anyone would open an email from someone they don't know.

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                Posted: July 6, 2009, 8:27 pm - IP Logged

                I really wonder how there is still a "market" for spamming...all of the spam goes straight to my junk folder and I delete it all.  How many people realllly click on the emails that claim to make your...er...*member* larger??

                 

                sorry off topic but really...who sends this stuff out...better yet...who responds to it?

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                  Posted: July 6, 2009, 11:40 pm - IP Logged

                  I once had someone respond to an ad for a horse I was selling. They wanted my horse sight unseen and they would arrange to ship it to South Africa. I don't remember the details, but they asked what my rock bottom price was. I doubled the price and said I needed to have funds wired to my account (no account given) in advance and held for 45 days before the horse would leave.  The didn't respond.

                  I've been told what these guys do is send a counterfit cashier's check for an amount over the price and ask you to refund the difference. The never take whatever item they are buying.  The best thing to do is turn the email over to the FBI.

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                    Posted: July 7, 2009, 10:59 pm - IP Logged

                    I once had someone respond to an ad for a horse I was selling. They wanted my horse sight unseen and they would arrange to ship it to South Africa. I don't remember the details, but they asked what my rock bottom price was. I doubled the price and said I needed to have funds wired to my account (no account given) in advance and held for 45 days before the horse would leave.  The didn't respond.

                    I've been told what these guys do is send a counterfit cashier's check for an amount over the price and ask you to refund the difference. The never take whatever item they are buying.  The best thing to do is turn the email over to the FBI.

                    Gawd I love Horse stories!

                    A co-worker of mine is often said Quoting - "Pardon me mame I need to go see a Man about a horse." Took me the longest time to figure out what he was really talking about!

                    OKay totally off topic but what they hay! :)

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