Big Big Lotto

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This one looks like a total scam:

Date: September 22, 2009 3:25:16 AM MDT
Subject: Winning Announcement…(Congratulations!)
Reply-To: mr.benhamcole AT

We the members of the THE-BIG-BIG Lottery Board are pleased to inform you of the results from our just concluded lottery draws. The online cyber lotto draws was conducted from an exclusive list of 2,000,000 email addresses comprising of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the internet, no tickets were sold. After this automated computer ballot,  your e-mail address attached to Winning ticket number 00002765649541 with Serial number BIG-3673050706-07 and lucky numbers (46)0023/4440/20/89 emerged as a winner of £500,000.00 GBP(Five hundred thousand british pounds).

To get your above stated prize, you are advised to contact our processing agent immediately via email with your winning information stated below and personal datas requested below;

Mr. Benham Cole ,
Email: thebigbiglotto2009 AT

Late Late Edit: We would say it is probably a bad idea to follow up on this email…

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  • Jeff Jolleys

    I received this e-mail with the exact same numbers a few days ago from mr benham cole. now its saying i have to pay to get my prize.

  • Wabler

    This email is almost definitely a scam. No one at odd email would ever even give a grocery store money for spam.

  • Scared

    I got the same email. And I gave them some of my information. To be exact, my full name, country of origin, phone number and date of birth. I did NOT give them my address.
    What does this mean? I’m kinda scared they’ll misuse my information =s

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