Fake Prizes.

Another scam email placed here for the delectation of Google.

Dear Winner,
You are hereby inform that you have been selected for a cash prize of
500,000.00? (Five Hundred Thousand Euro) and brand new Porsche Cayenne
SUV Car in this year promotional competition. The online draws was conducted by a
Random selection of email addresses from an exclusive list of 8729,031 E-mail
Addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced
Automated random computer search from the internet. Each email address
Was attached to a Coupon number and your email address with coupon
Number: Cayenne/OOOO/10/EA1209KL and Pin Code Number: 8710032921 was
Randomly selected as the star prize winner amongst other consolation
Prizes, below is your winning information
PIN CODE: 8710032921
This is not a Lotto or Gambling of any sort as you know it in your
Country, It is actually a promotional competition run by the European Lottery
Operator Camelot in Conjunction with the Porsche Automobile Company to promote
Cash and car lottery in Europe, just as it is in other continent for example
http://www.cashandcarslottery.ca/ ,http://www.materprizehome.com.au/about-mater-foundation/win-a-car/ ,
http://news.sunrisecarlottery.com/ .  Your Payment/delivery of your car has fall
Into category M, this is in ESPANA. You are to Contact our accredited
Representative/fudiciary agent/Chamber with the under listed
Information as soon as possible: with your Full Name, Address, Country,
Age, Sex, Occupation, Phone number and Fax number.
Email: wuesa@w.cn
Direct tel: +34-602-120-034.

You are hereby assured of the utmost standards of confidentiality, and
Press anonymity until the end of proceedings, and beyond where you so
Desire; be further advised to maintain the strictest level of
Confidentiality until the end of proceedings to circumvent problems
Associated with fraudulent claims. This is part of our precautionary
Measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program.
Congratulations from me, members and staffs of this promotional
Your winnings must be claimed not later than two (2) weeks of this
Notification and remember to quote your winning coupon number and pin
Code in all Correspondence with the representative agent in Espana
Best Regards,
Engr. Iona Adalbert
Director of Promotions
N.B, Please do not respond to this email, you are to contact your
Representative agent with information above.=

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Received from: cmorrison@alasu.edu

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One Response to “Fake Prizes.”

  1. I got one too. The same identical wording. When I read it I knew it was fake but it still makes you want to research it. That same email address is some type of professor in Alabama. Somehow something is legitimate because they had him listed at a convention and his contact was the same email address. Got me wondering but regardless we know it’s a scam.

    Peace and Love…

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