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ITS A SCAM BY A GROUP OF MOTHER ******* BEAWARE OF THIS EMAIL FRAUD
Lottery scam is a type of advance-fee fraud which begins with an
unexpected email notification that "You have won!" a large sum of
money in a lottery. The recipient of the message - the target of the
scam - is usually told to keep the notice secret, "due to a mix-up in
some of the names and numbers," and to contact a "claims agent." After
contacting the agent, the target of the scam will be asked to pay
"processing fees" or "transfer charges" so that the winnings can be
distributed, but will never receive any lottery payment.[1] Many email
lottery scams use the names of legitimate lottery organizations or
other legitimate corporations/companies, but this does not mean the
legitimate organizations are in any way involved with the scams.

There are several ways to recognize a fake lottery email:

Unless someone has bought a ticket, they cannot have won a prize.
There are no such things as "email" draws or any other lottery where
"no tickets were sold". This is simply another invention by the
scammer to make the victim believe that they have won.
The scammer will ask the victim to pay a fee before they can receive
their prize. It is illegal for a real lottery to charge any sort of
fee. It does not matter what they say this fee is for (courier
charges, bank charges, various imaginary certificates - these are all
made up by the scammer to get money out of their victim). All real
lotteries subtract any fee and tax from the prize.
Scam lottery emails will nearly always come from free email accounts
such as Yahoo!, Hotmail, Live, MSN, Gmail etc.

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Is googlelottery@yea.net a real lottery.


  1. If you did then please don't go spending any of the winning just yet. this is nothing more than an email scam
  2. Do not reply to it and please don't send any of your personal information. Google doesn't have a general lottery where they pick a random email address and give out prizes

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ReThe Claims Lottery Dept New Yor, NY 10004 say I have won $9,000,000.00 and all I need to do is send them $300.00 for expense of sending the money through a transfer several. Scam or real


First of all, think about what you have received. I know of no state-sponsored lottery that contacts winners to inform them they have won. The winners must come forward and claim their winnings or, after a set period of time, the winnings revert to the state. Thus, there is no incentive for the state to contact you. Secondly, there is no way for the state to know who bought a particular lottery ticket as identification is not requested nor required at the time of purchase. This is strictly a scam, trying to get some of your money by playing to your greed.

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Do Gmail.com and Outlook Windows have an annual lottery of subscribers, giving away $500,000.00?


Gmail is a product of Google, and Outlook a product of Microsoft. Since these two corporations are vicious rivals, I seriously doubt that they would collaborate to reward users. It is most likely a phishing scam.

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Hello, These are all scams. Ways to get fools to give them money> Anything on internet that is free is scam.

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This is a classic scam.

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I got one email from GMAIL 2011 NETWORK PROMOTIONAL LOTTERY by MicroSoft Office <randomwinerss@consultant.com> in this they told me that i win US $4000000......is it true or fake. i want to...


First off they did not even spell winners right in the address and second did you enter the contest? If no then its a scam if it was from gmail it might have gmail in its address not consultants. Next Did they address you directly as in use your real name address or anything that is personal to you and not just your user name. also look at the address they sent it to if it is to someone else and you included its a fake. These are just a few things to look for in fakes anyone of them will tell you its fake. Mainly the first one.

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Does GOOGLE have Gmail 2010 network promotional LOTTERY ? In Johannesberg , South Africa ? Please confirm ?


ITS A SCAM BY A GROUP OF MOTHER ******* BEAWARE OF THIS EMAIL FRAUD
Lottery scam is a type of advance-fee fraud which begins with an
unexpected email notification that "You have won!" a large sum of
money in a lottery. The recipient of the message - the target of the
scam - is usually told to keep the notice secret, "due to a mix-up in
some of the names and numbers," and to contact a "claims agent." After
contacting the agent, the target of the scam will be asked to pay
"processing fees" or "transfer charges" so that the winnings can be
distributed, but will never receive any lottery payment.[1] Many email
lottery scams use the names of legitimate lottery organizations or
other legitimate corporations/companies, but this does not mean the
legitimate organizations are in any way involved with the scams.

There are several ways to recognize a fake lottery email:

Unless someone has bought a ticket, they cannot have won a prize.
There are no such things as "email" draws or any other lottery where
"no tickets were sold". This is simply another invention by the
scammer to make the victim believe that they have won.
The scammer will ask the victim to pay a fee before they can receive
their prize. It is illegal for a real lottery to charge any sort of
fee. It does not matter what they say this fee is for (courier
charges, bank charges, various imaginary certificates - these are all
made up by the scammer to get money out of their victim). All real
lotteries subtract any fee and tax from the prize.
Scam lottery emails will nearly always come from free email accounts
such as Yahoo!, Hotmail, Live, MSN, Gmail etc.

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Hi, am deepa I have my account on yahoo.com from past 2 months I have receiving the mail, that regarding that my Mail Id, has won sum amount by the lottery drawn which will be conduct every year on regular...


This nis spam mail donot reply to it. Even i get those mails.They are fake and you can see that they will be asking all your personal details which is dangerous to be shared so please avoid such mails. Just delete them off

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