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    National Webling Lottery

    I got this a few days back, have not seen this scam posted here, so take a look.

    LDL/2311786008/02.
    BATCH: 14/011/IPD

    FROM THE DESK OF THE DIRECTOR
    INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION / PRIZE AWARD DEPT

    Dear Sir / Madam,

    PRIZE AWARD
    WINNING NOTIFICATION


    We are pleased to inform you of the result of
    the National Webling Lottery programs held on the 13th September 2005.
    Your e-mail address attached to ticket number 653164251591-6011 with
    serial number 7321 410, batch number24/00319/IPD, lottery ref number
    OYL/26510460037/02 and lucky number 4789210 which consequently won in
    the 1st category, You have therefore been approved for a lump sum pay
    out of US$1,500,000.00 in cash credited to file REF NO: Ref.No
    LDL/2311786008/02. This is from total prize money of US$16,000,000.00
    shared among four categories.

    All participants were selected through
    a computer balloting system drawn from 10,500,000 email addresses from
    Middle East, Asia, Africa, Canada, Europe and North America and Oceania
    as part of our International Promotions Program, which is conducted
    annually?

    CONGRATULATIONS:

    Your fund is now deposited with our
    paying agent in Amsterdam. Due to the mix up of some numbers and email
    addresses, we ask that you keep this award strictly away from public
    notice until your claim has been processed. This is part of our
    security protocol to avoid double claiming by participants of this
    program. On confirmation of your lump prize in your account, you are
    requested to make a donation of 1% of the total claim to any recognized
    charity organization.

    To claims your winning fund please contact Mr
    Edward Moor the company paying agent with the above address of his
    office as follow's and make sure you quote your, ticket number, Serial
    number, batch number, and Lucky number, your name and contact details
    in all your correspondence.

    Contact address as follows;
    Mr. Edward
    Moor
    Cornelis v.d Lijnstraat 188
    2593 NN 's-Gravenhage
    Tel; 0031 626
    396 273
    Fax; 0031 847 538 821
    e-mail; nationalwebling1@mail2world.com
    e-
    mail; nationalweblinglottery@go.com
    For due processing and remittance
    of your prize money to a designated account of your choice or payment
    by bank Draft. Remember, you must contact our head office not later
    than 13th Octomber 2005. After this date, all funds will be returned as
    unclaimed.

    NOTE: In order to avoid unnecessary delays and
    complications, please remember to quote your reference and batch
    numbers in every one of your correspondences to our head office.
    Furthermore, should there be any change of your address, do inform our
    head office as soon as possible.

    Congratulations again from all our
    staff and thanks you for being part of our promotions program.

    Sincerely Yours,
    Mrs. Elizabeth Denholm
    The Promotions Manager,
    National Webling Lottery Amsterdam the Netherlands.

    N.B. YOU ARE
    ADVISED TO ADHERE STRICTLY TO OUR DIRECTIVES AS ANY DEVIATION WILL LEAD
    TO YOUR DISQUALIFICATION.
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    Sik Katja on 'im!

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    Hi jinxy,

    Send an e-mail back saying you're very happy that you've won and am looking forward to collecting payment...your wife has been repeatedly requesting that you leave the services of the FBI Internet Fraud Investigation Squad for some time now and this money will be the perfect opportunity to make her wishes come true.


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    OK I don't get the scam.

    I didn't read anything stating that you needed to open an account, verify paypal info, first send a check to...

    No web site to visit

    What type of info are these people trying to get.

    Perhaps all that comes after you reply to the email address listed.

    I think I'll reply and post results

    Later
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    Eg,
    I was thinking of replying on headed paper, see the attachment

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    Dino,
    It's definetly a scam mate the:
    VAN OSTADESTRAAT 70A
    1073 T.V AMSTERDAM THE
    NETHERLANDS.
    Is a fake address Van Ostadestraat is in the 1072 range not 1073. I cant track down a 70A either only 70.
    What happens if a big asteroid hits the Earth? Judging from realistic simulations involving a sledge hammer and a common laboratory frog, we can assume it will be pretty bad. - Dave Barry

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    Contact address as follows;
    Mr. Edward
    Moor
    Cornelis v.d Lijnstraat 188
    2593 NN 's-Gravenhage
    Tel; 0031 626
    396 273
    Fax; 0031 847 538 821
    e-mail; nationalwebling1@mail2world.com
    e-
    mail; nationalweblinglottery@go.com
    I've checked. The Cornelis v.d Lijnstraat 188 is only 62.5 KM from where I live. I could drive there within an hour. But for whatever reason my TomTom routeplanner doesn't know about housenumber 188... Apparantly the only thing between 132 and 190 is a sidestreet. A non-existing address, apparantly.
    Otherwise I'd be happy to collect your money for you at their address. I only charge 0.1% of the total sum for that service.

    To claims your winning fund please contact Mr
    Edward Moor the company paying agent with the above address of his
    office as follow's and make sure you quote your, ticket number, Serial
    number, batch number, and Lucky number, your name and contact details
    in all your correspondence.
    <snip>
    For due processing and remittance
    of your prize money to a designated account of your choice or payment
    by bank Draft. Remember, you must contact our head office not later
    than 13th Octomber 2005. After this date, all funds will be returned as
    unclaimed.
    So basically, give them all your personal information and your bank account number so they can access your bank account and make a withdrawal from your account...
    Sometimes this information is more than enough for them to appear legitimate.

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    Originally posted here by jinxy
    Eg,
    I was thinking of replying on headed paper, see the attachment

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    Dino,
    It's definetly a scam mate the:

    Is a fake address Van Ostadestraat is in the 1072 range not 1073. I cant track down a 70A either only 70.
    Yea, I know it's a scam, but the original mail is not asking for any information - or did I miss something?

    edit: the only request is to forwoard a bunch of #'s to an email address. Which I did, asking for my MoFo Lottery Check
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    I know it's a scam, but the original mail is not asking for any information - or did I miss something
    AFIAK none of the 419 scams ask for details on first contact, after all, the perps may not know whether they have a real email address.
    What happens if a big asteroid hits the Earth? Judging from realistic simulations involving a sledge hammer and a common laboratory frog, we can assume it will be pretty bad. - Dave Barry

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    Yea, I didn't think of that.

    The newer 419 scams have links to web sites you can visit to quickly - and without your knowledge, download all sorts of trojans and malware.

    I forgot the original scams were plain email. But even then, didn't the email state you had to open an account and send the account info?
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    Hi jinxy,

    Saw the attachment...Perfect!

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