What do you think

  whatchamacallit 22:48 24 Sep 2008

Got this E-Mail today, what do you think?

Virtual World Direct
VWD Member Support
Commodore House
51 Conway Road
Colwyn Bay LL29 7AW
United Kingdom


Dear Winner,
Compliment of the day to you and your family.This email is to inform you
that your email address just won you ?500,000.00 (Five Hundred
ThousandGreat British Pounds) ongoing UK NATIONAL LOTTO and EURO
MILLIONS,From the International online programs held on the 24/09/2008 in
London the United Kingdom .To begin the processing of your prize you are
to contact the remittance department with the emails address provided
below through our accredited Prize Transfer agents as stated below:

Name: Mr.John Peter
E-mail: [email protected]
Tell: +44 70457 13645

Contact him with your secret pin code UKNM:013458 and your referenc
numberUKNM:34058009/08.You are also advised to provide him with the
underlisted information as soon as possible: Claims Requirements:

1. Name in full-----------------------
2. Address----------------------------
3. Sex--------------------------------
4. Nationality/Religion---------------
5. Maritual Status--------------------
6. Age--------------------------------
7. Next Of Kin------------------------
8. Occupation-------------------------
9. Phone/Fax--------------------------
10. Present Country-------------------


If you do not contact your claims agent within 7 working days of this
Notification,your winnings would be revoked. Winners are advised to Keep
their winning details /information from the public to avoid Fraudulent
claim (IMPORTANT) pending the transfer/claim by Winner. My sincere
greetings to you are your family

congratulations once again!

With Best Regards
Sir Tom Bride
Co-founder, Virtual World Direct

  Dizzy Bob 23:27 24 Sep 2008

do you really need to ask?

poor syntax

webmail contact

Mr John Peter (at least it wasnt Smith)


File under codswallop.


  whatchamacallit 23:39 24 Sep 2008

Dizzy Bob

I would agree,

Would like to leave this open for now so we can warn others.

Many thanks

  Stuartli 00:23 25 Sep 2008

>>I would agree, >>

I should hope you would...:-)

Just Delete such scam e-mails as the vast bulk of those who receive them do already.

  Forum Editor 00:23 25 Sep 2008

These emails have been circulating for years, and it must be pretty obvious that nobody is going to randomly award you a half million pound prize in a lottery you didn't even enter.

  Kevscar1 07:35 25 Sep 2008

This is the company site. If you haven't registered with them then it's a fake.

click here

  whatchamacallit 02:19 29 Sep 2008

thanks to all.*******/9699

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