Friday, August 21, 2009

More Lottery Winnings


I'm so glad that I just won $3.2 million dollars, in a lottery that I didn't enter or buy a ticket. I was surprised to see this in my Gmail inbox, they usually do a much better job at filtering SPAM. Yahoo on the other hand there was a time that I was seeing them once or twice a week. I guess, what I always find so humorous about them is the multiple email addresses, names of the people and the country which they are from. It looks like this one is from China. Anyway if you get one of these and haven't figured it out by now this is SPAM. They are on a phishing expedition for your personal information and money. If you don't believe me then be a dumb ass and reply , but don't come whining to me when they screw you over.
I hope that James and Patricia have a great weekend since I won't be replying to them, maybe they will read this blog. I'd rather take my chances with Mega-Millions at least a local school will benefit from my $3 dollars, I think the kitty is at $210 million (fingers crossed).


from Winbestar Lottery Promotion
reply-to fashbco@bluewin.ch
to winbestarlottopromot@yahoo.com
date Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 7:55 AM
subject Congratulation.You won $3,200,000.00
mailed-by bluewin.ch


Follow up message
WINBESTAR LOTTERY PROMOTION
EMAIL: WINBESTARLOTTOPROMOT@YAHOO. COM
Ref Number: 751018906-079
Batch Number: 80137/09

WINNING NOTIFICATION / FINAL NOTICE
We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Winbestar lottery promotion programs held on the 6th August, 2009.
Your e-mail address attached to ticket number 786-12464712-950 with game Number 2171539 drew lucky numbers 3 23 29 37
44 45 which consequently won. You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay out of $3.2m

CONGRATULATIONS !!

All participants were selected through a computer ballot system drawn from over 100.000 company and 1.000.000
individual email addresses and names from Middle East, Asia, Africa, Canada, Europe North and south America, Oceania
and around the world. To file for your claim, please contact your claim agent;

James P. William

Rockview

jampwil3@airsoftmail. com

Due to mix up of some numbers and names, we ask that you keep your Winning information confidential until your claims
have been processed. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this
program by some participant.

Please, note that you will be required to pay for the insurance of your winning certificate this fee is not
transferable or deductible from your lottery claim because it has been insured and cannot be tempered with. It is our
way of insuring that payment gets to our winners without been stolen or hacked while on transit to your bank account/or
mailed to you. Be notified also that all winnings must be claimed not later than 22nd August, 2009. After this date all
unclaimed winnings will be null and void. In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications remember to quote your
reference number and batch numbers in all correspondence.

Sincerely,

Patricia Andrews


Update>>> I have gotten the impression that some people may have thought that I was promoting these crooks, I'm not. I'm trying to bring awareness that these people are criminals and this is a scam. If for some reason you did send any information to these crooks, I recommend going to FBI's IC3 (Internet Crime Complaint Center) website to report it here is the link http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx . Don't be embarrassed, report it to the local authorities and take action to protect yourself.


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8 comments:

Mikey said...

I, too, got that same email and decided to see if there was any funny story behind it. Lo and behold it takes me to you, a gay blogger. The coincidence! :p

Seth said...

I get about 3 of these each day.
Sucks. Google is sure slipping, it was years since I got any spam at all.

Anonymous said...

Hello,
I also received this notification and was very suspicious. I tried to find the source of this email and came up with nothing. This blog is the only thing I've seen that refers to this. It does seem very much like a phishing scam (and I did report it as such)and the name "winbestar" is very close to "winstar", which is an online casino- imagine that!
Thanks for posting your comments on this.

Anonymous said...

VERY STRANGE, I also won this same lottery i also didn't enter.. Whats more strange is all the numbers match, except the claim deadline... HMMMMM DON"T HELP THESE PHISHING A-HOLES STEAL YOUR NAME, MONEY, AND OR PERSONAL INFO!!

rob02190 said...

If for some reason you did send any information to these crooks. I recommend going to FBI's IC3 (Internet Crime Complaint Center) website to report it here is the link http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx

Tyler said...

No way!

You won 3.2 Million as well?!

We even picked the same numbers!

Wanna build mansions near each other?

Abagale said...

I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


Margaret

http://lotterymegamillions.net

Anonymous said...

i just recived notice that i,ve won 3.2mil..woohooo NOT..went lookin to see what up? and found you..mine is from grothostar lottery promotions.with the same lucky# as you 3-23-29-37-44-45..thanks for being out here to conferm what i thought in the frist place.jimdagg

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