See these cheators are gone so deep

@nainesh1 (1657)
India
October 2, 2009 9:47am CST
Yesterday I received a mail from bmwfiduciaryclaimsdept@9.cn . It notified me that I had won 500,000 GBP. I knew it was a scam so gave him reply :you idiot don't try to send me these kind of mails again Today I got his reply :our company is legit and they can take legal action against for using these words (idiot) What the hell man You can see this mail already in fraud category on many sites
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@KrauseHome (35517)
• United States
20 Oct 09
I agree with the one who said you should ask for the $$ and then see what you have to do to claim it, and how much it would really cost you. A lot of the time they end up wanting a lot of your personal information so I would consider these type a SCAM for sure. But what I tend to do if I can with Emails such as this, is Block their Email address from addresses acceptable and hope for the Best from there.
• India
19 Oct 09
hai, i also received many such e-mails but i know these all things are false so i never took a step.whatever u did a good thing but in my view must not use abusive language in internet.
@mansoak (511)
• India
2 Oct 09
I also once got these type of mail. I erased that mail. They are all Scam. These guys are fit for nothing.
@dragon54u (31636)
• United States
2 Oct 09
I just block those idiots when I get the emails. He can't sue you, because you only spoke the truth. He IS an idiot if he thinks you're going to fall for his scam. He's assuming that you are the idiot! I get at least one of those a day. They think I'm stupid. I resent the assumption and should sue them for implied defamation of character!
@jjstream (313)
• United States
2 Oct 09
I have received these types of e-mails many times and they're all scams. Just delete these types of messages because they're using baseless scare tactics at times. What they are doing is send e-mails at random and just trying to see who will respond. Don't respond to their messages, that would be my best advice that I could possibly give you.
• Indonesia
2 Oct 09
I received that kind of email too, once or twice. But I immediately deleted it. Maybe I'll try your way to reply them if I get another one, then we'll see how they'll respond to it. :D
• India
2 Oct 09
Looks like the scamsters are getting very smart now days. Just for the heck of it ask them to send you the 500,000 GBP, then let us see what they reply.
@SanSiim (159)
• Estonia
2 Oct 09
LOL you better watch out or they will sue you for not accepting that 500000GBP :D