Euro millions Email Sweepstakes Program CorporationBeware!

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If you get the fallowing email, don't respond to them!

Confirmation email Ticket No: HFT 1222-58-69
REPLY TO EMAIL: [protected]

You have won, Euro (One million Euro) in the Euro millions Email
Sweepstakes Program Corporation, held on the 19th of December 2008. in Brussels
Belgium. We write to officially notify you of this award and to advise you to
contact the processing office immediately upon receipt of this message for more
information concerning the verification processing and eventual payment of the
above prize to you.

Please contact the agency for the claim: PAYMENT DIRECTOR
CONTACT NAME: MR. Nicolas Van Den Broeck.
TEL: [protected] or [protected]
REPLY TO EMAIL: [protected]

Winning Information's
(I)Reference No:10-17-14-5132BL, (II)Batch No:BE1439715(III)Serial
No:42554HJJ1210, (IV)Ticket No: HFT 1222-58-69 (V)Lucky No:[protected]/2*8
Note: All winning must be claimed not later than 29th of December 2008.
Yours Sincerely.
Mrs. Haruethai Nielsen
Promotion co-ordinator.
E-mail: [protected]

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  • De
      Jan 25, 2009

    I just responded asking the name of there company, what kind of scam is this or do they just send your e-mail out to everything?

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  • De
      Jan 25, 2009

    I feel quite dumb for responding!

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  • Sh
      Mar 01, 2009

    i want my million euro dammit !!! lol i just got a similar email today

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  • Do
      Jun 11, 2009
    Euro millions Email Sweepstakes Program Corporation - email scam
    Euro Millions Email Sweepstakes Program Corporatio
    United Kingdom
    Phone: TEL: +[protected] Fax: +[protected]

    Email sent to me from ;

    Euro Mega Millions
    Brookmount House,
    62-65 Chandos Place,
    Covent Garden,
    WC2N 4LP,
    United Kingdom.
    "Mrs. Holt, Dillon S"
    You have won Euro (One million Euro) in the Euro Millions Email Sweepstakes Program Corporation, held on the 4th of June 2009. In London, United Kingdom. Please contact the agency for the claim.

    contact person:Mr.Frank Daniels
    TEL: +[protected] Fax: +[protected]
    reply to E-mail to:frank.[protected]
    1. Full Name:
    2. Full Address:
    3. Occupation:
    4. Age/Sex:
    5. Phone Number/ Fax:
    6. Country :
    7. Phone Number:

    Note: You are to pick one of the options below on how you want your Prize money to be remitted to you.

    Option 1.
    Bank Transfer

    Options 2.

    Note, All winning must be claim not later than 30th of June 2009.

    Mrs. Holt, Dillon S.

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  • St
      Feb 18, 2010

    what a load of crap. i just got a similar email off clauida montilli @ [protected] there was i thinking i had no need to go to work today :-)

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  • He
      Mar 09, 2010

    I am sick and tired of receiving emails from Africa, United Kingdom, The orient, The netherlands etc. They are wearing my delete button out. Between lottery wins inheritances and proposed scams to claim such I think I must be considered stupid or a crook by these lazy illiterate thieves who don't know what working for a living is. Can't something be done to stop this harassment?

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  • Se
      Jul 20, 2010

    I received below strange Email. Is it a fraud?

    Online Euromillions Email Sweepstakes program in collaboration with EXACT NETWORK SERVICE INC. This is to inform you that your Email Address attached to a TicketNumber([protected]) has won the prize Sum of 500, 000.00 Euro(Five hundred thousand Euro Only), in an Email Sweepstakes program held on the 20th July 2010.

    Below are your Winning Datas:
    Email Ticket Number: [protected]
    Reference Number:
    Batch Number : 33/7119/ILUP/HRPN
    Serial Number:

    You are therefore requested to forward the below information to the assigned officer:
    1.Full Name 2. Address: 3.Age/Gender 4. Occupation 5.Nationality 6.Phone Number 7.Amount Won Send.

    Contact person: Mr Kelvin McEdwards
    TEL: +[protected]
    Reply-Email: [protected]
    Reply-Email: [protected]

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  • Go
      Sep 05, 2010

    I have been receiving heaps of emails from "Tara-medium" telling me she has foreseen lots of money coming into my life, now a lettter in the post from Euro milllions lottery. Any coonection? has anybody detected a scam between these two.

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