Irish Lottery

@loutrt (185)
United States
January 14, 2007 10:50pm CST
Have you ever gotten an email saying U won 1,350 million Euro before??? Well I did last week and it looks real enough. I even wrote back and forth with the people that was trying to scam me.U see,They want 470.00Euro to send your cheque shipping and insurance. I just wonder how many people they get to send them money. I'll bet its alot cause they make you think its the real deal.I called the local news here and they checked it out and told me alot of people just send the money then their out $600.00 or more. So watch out.
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@forjosie (1547)
• Indonesia
15 Jan 07
yes, I had many-many this spam letter. But I always ignore them. At once I wrote back to them and said: if I won the lottery and it need pay for th etax etc, they can cut my price and send to me the cash back......lol!!!!!!! They didnot answer that letter.....lol!!! I hope you will get your money...but it too good to be true..:D:D:D
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@freesoul (3023)
• Egypt
17 Jan 07
If this was for real i would be a multi-billionaire by now :) I receive a huge amount of spam daily and it's rare when one day passes without me winning at least half million dollars! can you believe that someone in the world has my luck lol To win a lottery's jackpot once is almost unbelievable but to win them daily from around the world and you actually never joined any?!! that what i call luck lol Well actually i never inquired about any of those and left it all go to waste, you see I'm too rich to bother, I make at least 1 million dollars daily at mylot and it's more fun than playing the lotto lol
@lpetges (3036)
• United States
15 Jan 07
yes, i get them all the time, from india, china, nigeria, they are all scams. I can't believe that the computer software companies have'nt found a way to keep these from going through.
@lpetges (3036)
• United States
15 Jan 07
yes, i get them all the time, from india, china, nigeria, they are all scams. I can't believe that the computer software companies have'nt found a way to keep these from going through.