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Free Lotto International

"Free Lotto International" is another perfectly innocuous name for a scam lottery. Frankly, it amazes us that anyone would believe that there is a lottery so generically named, and that they would pick winners from email address lists. 

We have one simple question for these gullible fools: Since no one buys a ticket, where would the lottery's money for prizes come from... and why?

Notice the gibberish writing, excessive use of CAPITAL letters, etc. Note the other clues to an obvious fraud that we have highlighted in the letter; keep confidential, selected by a random computer lottery of email addresses, use of free hotmail/yahoo email accounts, etc.


Customer Service < boardo4@charter.net > wrote:

Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 4:07:58 -0800
From: Customer Service <boardo4@charter.net>
Subject: _Draw.


(Customer Service)
Ref No: uk/090/332/FL
Batch No: QWN/87648-34/FL

WINNING NOTIFICATIONW we happily announce to you the draw of the Free Lotto International programs held on the 5th of February, 2007.

Your e-mail address attached to ticket number: 740 8001310 110 with Serial number 8191/11 drew the lucky numbers: 61-9-16-64-86-2, which subsequently won you the lottery in the 2nd category.

You have therefore been approved to claim a total sum of £1,000,000.00(One million Great British pound sterling) in cash credited.

This is from a total cash prize of £520,000,000 (Five hundred and Two million pounds sterling) shared amongst the lucky winners in this grand category.

This year Lottery Program Jackpot is the largest ever for Free Lottery.

The estimated £237 million jackpot would be the sixth-biggest in free lotto history.
The biggest was the £363 million jackpot that went to two winners in a May 2000 drawing of The Big Game Mega Millions’ predecessor.

Please note that your lucky winning number falls within our United Kingdom booklet representative office in London as indicated in our play coupon.

In view of this, your £1,000,000.00(One million Great British pound sterling) would be released to you physically by our affiliate Bank.

Our agent will immediately commence the process to facilitate the release of your funds to you as soon as you make contact with him.

All participants were selected randomly from 'World Wide Web' site through computer draw system and extracted from over 100,000 companies.

This promotion takes place annually.

For security reasons, you are advised to keep your winning information confidential till your claims is processed and your money remitted to you in whatever manner you deem fit to claim your prize.

To file for your claim please contact our fiduciary agent with the below details for processing of your claims.

Mr.Anthony Jones
Tell: 0044 701 112 1121
Email: web.faflc@yahoo.com.hk

Note that all claims process and clearance procedures must be duly completed early to avoid impersonation arising to the issue of double claim.

To avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please quote your reference/batch numbers in any correspondences with us or our designated agent.

All winning must be claimed not later than 14 working days from this notification, after this time all unclaimed funds will be return to European Union Treasury as unclaimed.

Be advice to keep your winning information confidential until your claims has been processed and your money remitted to you.

Congratulations once more from all members and staffs of this program.

Yours faithfully,
Mrs. Mary Colton
(Lottery Coordinator)

 


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