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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in Germany is our e-mail service Gmail is not Gmail.
You can use your e-mails directly to Germany under http://mail.google.com retrieve.
The Google Team
The e-mail service from Google in Germany is no longer on the website URL you have entered.
General information about Google can be found in Germany, as usual, at www.google.com or www.google.de.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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
Posted on May 03, 2010
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. 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.
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
Open up your internet explorer, go to the tools tab, select internet options. Under the general tab of internet options there is the homepage address. Type in the address you want, you can also put another address in below the first address and you can tab between home pages. I hope this is what you are looking for. Please rate my answer so I get points for it.
Posted on Jan 19, 2012
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