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#13099 by Ralph Wed Aug 19, 2009 9:09 am
I have an email address that I use for contacting scam victims or other scamwarners members, which includes the word "scamwarners", I received the following email into that account

Your Email have won (1,500,000.00) Euros in DE CASINO
Forfurther development for Clarification and
procedure Contact:
Tel: +34-693-572-703
Fax: +1-518 684-1775
lucky number 736-22575993-86, Ref:ES/9420X2/68
Full names,Address,Age,Occupation,Phone/Fax no,
All Respones Sent Via Email: [email protected]

If you replied to that email (which I do not recomend) you would receive this follow on

Tel: +34-693-572-703
Fax: +1-518 684-1775

Nº 185 28023 MADRID.SPAIN.
Date: 19TH OF AUGUST 2009.

Attention: Ralph Warner,

This is to acknowledge the receipt of your e-mail, and to confirm the validity of the winning notification which you received from the lottery promotions . Be informed that your winning numbers have been verified, and you have been approved to receive the sum of 1.500,000,000.00 Euros (One Million,five hundred thousand Euros )as the new winner of the last email lotto draw.

The entire members of Staff of LOTTERY PROMOTIONS wish to congratulate you for being one of the lucky winner's in this category. Be informed that this lottery promotion was conducted through the worldwide Internet random selection, the participants and winners where picked randomly through a computer ballot system and so you have been picked as one of the lucky winners and our bank has been mandated to remit the winning sum of (0ne Million,five hundred thousand Euros only).

Be informed that presently all won funds are domiciled in the Automated suspense account of (P A B). This is to enable the bank and the organisers of this program monitor the transfers of funds to winners to avoid double claim or mix up on the transfer of funds.

To claim your funds, You are to open a non-resident account with the bank so that your funds can be transferred from our automated suspense account into your bank account with us,and subsequently your funds will be further transfered to any designated bank account of your choice.

Meanwhile,your award funds will remain with us and in the Automated Suspense account of (P A B) pending on when a non-resident account is opened for the transfer of the funds to you. However, these measures are standard financial regulations by the European Central Bank (E.C.B) since the commencement of the global fight against terrorism and the enactment of the new anti-money laundry acts. This is also in line with the European law guiding all financial institutions in an attempt to curb unlawful tempering of funds.

For the purpose of the transfer of your funds, payment form has been attached to this mail, for the immediate openning of a non-resident account with the PAYING BANK.This account is to retrieve your funds from the domicile account of the Central Bank before a further transfer to your nominated account in your country through the newly Tested Digicom Telegrafic Online Wire-Transfer, or Certified Cheque.

As a matter of urgency on the time stipulated for us to carry out transfer to lawful beneficiaries, you are carefully advised to print out and complete the PAYMENT FORM and send it back to us by fax or email attachment. The Form allows you to indicate the mode of payment you will prefer.

Note: A copy of your international passport or driver's license will be required to complete the account opening on your behalf. You are to print out the form, fill and send back with a copy of your identification and for more informations call our Remittance Department office.

The Validity period of your claims is 10 working days hence you are expected to make your claims immediately, any claim not made before this date will be returned to the MINISTERIO DE ECONOMIA Y HACIENDA.

Dr.Andrew Woolley of the International Remittance Department

Tel :+34-693-572-703
Fax : +1-518 684-1775

Yours Sincerely,
Mrs Helen wickson
For Mr.Andrew Woolley.
(Sec.International Remittance Officer.)

It is a scam, you have won nothing, please delete and ignore

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