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I get Scam. I think this is a Scam so I should inform this Office that your Product Name is used to scam. But if this is true, I'm so sorry. Please tell me then if this is legitimate from the HP Company or this is another scam from the fraud people of Nigeria. Here's the email address from where the scam is: mr_mohammed.jamal@hotmail.co.uk Here's what the email inform me: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hewlett Packard Company, Wrights Lane Kensington, W85SP London, United Kingdom. Dear Sir/Madam, We congratulate you over your success in the following official publication results for the year 2008 of the e-mail electronic online draw held by Hewlett Packard here in United Kingdom. In promotion to our Hardware & Software Products {H.S.P} your email address emerged as one of the online winning emails in the 1st category and therefore attracted the followings: A Cheque of 500.000 GBP {Five Hundred Thousand Pounds} HP Pavilion 2700 Laptop HP Deskjet F4185 printer with scanner {All-in-One} Therefore we write to officially notify you of this award and also directing you to contact ''Foreign Promo Agent Company'' through email for your winnings award confirmation & verification. And in other to facilitate your claiming process you are require to send in the following personal information for your paper work , which includes the issueing of your price cheque and other winning award documents . ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- I need your assistance if this is legitimate or not. Thank you.

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    Excellent good people of HP Company! Thank you of this guidance. You save my identity and money. God will bless the whole team.

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It is a Scam. they want your money. Anybody that tells you you won something for nothing is a scam. They are rip offs. They will tell you that you won the lottery in some other country. It is all baloney.

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