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#189588 by Faizan Docherty Sat Feb 01, 2014 1:38 am wrote:Header Analysis Quick Report<br>Originating IP:<br>Originating ISP: Golden Lines Cable<br> City: n/a<br>Country of Origin: Israel<br>* For a complete report on this email header goto ipTRACKERonline

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Subject: Blockchain - 50 BTC reward for you
From: Blockchain <[email protected]>
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We have reached the biggest milestone in our history – over a million wallets. will celebrate with some big prizes.

In October 2013, the lucky user who created the 500,000th wallet was rewarded with 10 BTC.

Read more about this: ... oin-wallet

We have discovered that you created the wallet with number 1.000.000

Blockchain want to reward you with 50 BTC.

To prove that you are the rightful owner of the lucky wallet,

please reply to this email and send us your mnemonic ( the long string of words generated randomly when your account was created)

After verification, your wallet will be credited instantly with the 50 BTC.

Thank you that you have chosen

Please DO NOT tell a scammer that he has been posted here!

If you wish you can email me at
faizandocherty @ scamwarners [dot] com

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#189743 by Dotti Sun Feb 02, 2014 10:22 pm
Yes it's a standard lottery scam.

Ignoring everything else that tells us this is a scam (and there is plenty), there can only be one "millionth user." The very fact that multiple people have received this email tells us it is a scam right there.

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#189909 by alyson.margaret Tue Feb 04, 2014 12:16 pm
Hi, everyone!

My name is Alyson, and I work for

I can ensure you this is a scam. We reached our 1 millionth wallet the first week of January, and already awarded the winner the prize of 10 BTC (not 50). will never ask you for your password, or password mnemonic. The only intentions of this email are to use your password mnemonic to recover your password and steal your bitcoins.

Hope this clears it up for anyone who wasn't sure.

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