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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Microsoft -Great Britain — Prize award
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
Dear Sir/Madam: I´ve been receiving e-mails from people that said they´re from your Company, saying that I won on January 2009, a lottery that was sponsored and organized by the Microsoft Corporation, London, United Kingdom.These people said that I´ve won 500.000.00 GBP from a total prize of 2.500.000.00GBP, shared among the 5 International winners.The first notification came from Mrs Dolly Michaels( Coordinator of Online Promo Programmed, e-mail: [protected]@live.com). Then I had to send an e-mail with my name, address, nationality, phone nº, etc to Mrs.Vanessa White Scott([protected]@live.com).After this I received a " parcel registration code", from Mr. Barry Woods (from Global Courier Services Ltd, e-mail: [protected]@yahoo.co.uk)( tel.nº : +[protected]; +[protected]; +[protected]; +[protected]). He explained to me that as in my country there is no costumer depot, I had to pay for the delivery an amount of $1, 168.55 USD in US dollars, and sent it by Western Union to Mrs.Amanda baker, Rovex House, Hay Hall Rd Tyseley, Birmingham.B11 2 AG. England. They also attached to the e-mail the photocopy of the passport of Mr. Joseph Maxwell Anderson, british citizen, , Number [protected].He said, after my payment for the delivery by Western Union I had to scan and send my passport or driver license to them, in order to get personnally, at home, my cheque given by Mr. Anderson in hands.As I didn´t believe in this Mr. Barry Woods, did 3 or 4 phone calls to my home, to explain this was true.
Today, the´re claiming my payment. So I´m asking you for answer this e-mail as soon as possible, because (I wish it were true!) but I think this is a fraud and I want to stop this and do the necessary to find the responsible people.
Laura González de Souza
Lucerna 6318 .C.P: 11400