you have won 750,000 GBP

India
October 27, 2008 9:42am CST
Yes this is the e-mail i had received that i have won 750,000 great Britain pounds i was shocked to see this the reason was that since i have maintained online activity i have won in sweepstakes then they had stated that i should bear the delivery charges which is some 160-300 pounds now this made me suspicious about it the source which they are using in the e-mail is very reputed companies hmmmmm who will believe this of course not do you get stupid e-mails like this i guess they don't have better job other than cheating people
8 responses
@Anchopy (1453)
• Paraguay
27 Oct 08
Hi ashvini, yes I receive that kind of email every day, and I'm so tired of it, but luckily my account has a very good spam filter and I only receive those kind of email in the spam section.. but I think that the people sending those mails are unaware that their computers are infected with some kind of virus or trojan that is sending email as spam.. that's what I think..
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• India
28 Oct 08
ya even i received that e-mail in spam and was wondering becuase this is the 1st e-mail i was receiving stating like that unbelievable, and i just ignored it you are receiving everyday that will be quite irritating
• India
27 Oct 08
ashvini do not respond to these people. they are scamsters. they just want that 300 pounds from you and then they disappear. i too had received such mails. they have some contacts in each country and once money is transfered to that particular account you will not hear anything from them. best is to ignore these mails and delete it.
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• India
28 Oct 08
you are very much right tulipstrader they are even offering to pay the charges in my country currency where to complain such things i wonder if anybody has lost money like that that's utter stupidity anyways lets have fun here and enjoy mylotting
• India
7 Jan 10
even today i have got similar kind of message....:) stating that i have won 750000 GBP, what u say, i was actually thinkin of trying my luck,
19 Mar 10
i got this kind of email 1st time..they were asking about my home address and telephone number.they told they will send their agent to drop my check on my home.i was such a dumbo,i had given my home address..now i came to know that they will ask some 300pounds..what will i do now??how can i ignore them now?? i don't want any money and i don't want to give money too..!!! plzz help!!
@adihindu (1922)
• India
29 Oct 08
It was a biggest scam in the internet. I do get these mails but not much. When I used the internet for the first time, I had visited their sites and I had given my name and email address. At that moment I will get atleast 10 mails from them. After sometime, I had changed my email service provider and now not much. Your PC could be a cash machine. Look at my profile to know how.
• India
29 Oct 08
PC can be a cash machine? hmmmmmm ok let me take a look at your profile
@cachalot (60)
• Australia
8 Jan 11
ashvini_urs, hello. Yes, for about 2 years, I received these regularly. When I received the very first one, I went to the website of British Lotto to see if my name was in print as a winner. I was puzzled, because it wasn't there. So I went to the Help section, where I saw a message : "If you have not entered the Sweepstakes and do not hold a ticket number, then you cannot have win any money." And of course, I hadn't entered. It's amazing but these people think that we are dumb - of course we would check. But the emails still came, one after another. I do feel very sorry for anyone who was taken in and who actually paid for the delivery charges. I guess some people didn't do any checking, because the emails wouldn't be so persistent if they didn't work for the cheats. Well, you and I used our brains, didn't we?
• India
28 Aug 10
Yes, same is here !! just read and leve it...this is the answer ti those mails....be happy why should we worry, bye tc
• Japan
27 Oct 08
hahaha. i got that e-mail too from mr. smith. well, i ignore such e-mails when it concerns winning or transferring tremendous amount of money. especially when they ask for personal information. are there still people who hadn't get the idea of fraud? bad for them.
@pkraj111 (2459)
• India
27 Oct 08
Hey man great. Can you share some of that with me. hahaha. I posted a similar discussion here last week when I received a mail stating that a person wants to share some fraudulent money with me. I missed the opportunity, so would like to have some of your fortune.