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#29464 by Jillian Thu May 27, 2010 11:39 pm
I received two of these lottery scam emails. The mails are basically the same but ask you to respond to two different email addresses.

They are being spammed out from what appears to be a hacked Stanford University address. I have x'ed out the address and am notifying Standford. Notice that the scammer doesn't ask you to respond to that address but instead to an accountant.com email address, which is a free email address available through mail.com or to a hotmail address.

from Motorola Company Award 2010 [email protected]
reply-to Motorola Company Award 2010 [email protected]

to [email protected]

date Tue, May 25, 2010 at 7:01 PM
subject Winner
mailed-by stanford.edu

You have been selected for a cash prize of £400,000.00GBP from Motorola Promotion 2010. Contact Yorkshire Bank London UK via this ([email protected]) with your Name,Address,Country,Phone Number, Age, for your Fund Release


from Motorola Award [email protected]
reply-to Motorola Award [email protected]

to
date Tue, May 25, 2010 at 8:30 PM
subject Winner
mailed-by stanford.edu

You have been selected for a cash prize of £400,000.00GBP from Motorola Promotion.Reply with your Name,Address,Country,Sex,Phone Number, Age,Occupation
Reply this email with the information for claim([email protected])

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