How I woned 1 ml Pound? Fraud vending in myLot for cheating money

@edigital (2709)
United States
February 11, 2007 9:17am CST
Today I got a mail in my yahoo inbox that I woned one million GBP (U.K. Pound)FROM UK CHARITY FOUNDATION PROMOTION LOTTERY Draw. They gave address and phone number too. Please read a portion of the cheater's mail as under:- UK CHARITY FOUNDATION PROMOTION LOTTERY Suite 154, Clarendon Road,Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 1JF, London United Kingdom. The following particulars are attached to your lotto payment order: (i) Winning Serial Number: 900-102-447 (ii) Email Ticket Number: UK754/22/76 (iii) Lotto Code Number: TL09622UK (iv) File Ref Number: ICA/11-GIS/2006UK Please contact the under listed claims agent as soon as possible for the immediate release of your winnings: (CLAIM'S OFFICER) Mr. ROLLY STEVE Email: overseaclaimsofficer@yahoo.es Phone# +44 703 590 1266 N.B: Steps to claiming your prize; Contact your claims agent immediately you receive this notification to begin the claims process. The UK CHARITY FOUNDATION PROMOTION LOTTERY draw is held once in a year and is so organized to encourage the use of the internet and computers worldwide. We are proud to say that over 200 Million dollars are won annually in more than 150 countries worldwide. So should everone BEWARE of fraud/cheats hiding here as myLot user and reading our interest item place the trap.
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@palina77 (1178)
• United States
17 Feb 07
I also got some mails such like and first was delighted and gave my information and bank account (of course local savings account). I did not get any response since then when I gave my particulars, rather I am getting huge offers and junk mail in my yahoo mail box after that. But all I delete as I understood all are scam and selling my email address ofcourse did not able to take money from my account as it is local savings account. God saved me!
@Lindalinda (4112)
• Canada
11 Feb 07
This is a new take on the Nigerian scam. If you did not enter a lottery you cannot win. Report the e-mail to your internet provider. Do not answer it and give out any personal information. What will happen is the following: 1. Either they will ask you for your personal and banking information and then drain your bank account, or 2. They will tell you before they can send you the money you must wire them a sum of money to pay for taxes and legal cost to transfer the money to you. If you send them money you will never hear from them again and you will have been scammed.