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Fraudulent Email - Microsoft New Year Award Promo held on Jan 28, 2013

2013-01-29T15:57:09 -  +
Fraudulent Email - Microsoft New Year Award Promo held on Jan 28, 2013

The e-mail message below is a scam. The e-mail claims that the victim’s e-mail address qualified for the Microsoft New Year Award Promo held on Jan 28, 2013. If you receive this e-mail message, please set it as spam or delete it. Do not reply to this e-mail message because, you may indicate to the scammer that your e-mail address is active and they may continue to send you other e-mail messages.

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Here is a copy of the fraudulent email message:


Dear Winner,
 
Be informed that your Email address has qualified in Microsoft New Year Award Promo held on Jan/28Th, 2013 in United Kingdom.

For Verification on how to claim your cash Prize, please contact claims agent The Promo Manager directly with his email address - Mr. Richard Gibert Email: micro.home_verification11992011@msn.com
 
Also kindly forward him your File REFERENCE # below For verification/Processing : File REFERENCE Number # BRAW013-099543203 for confirmation and give him your File Reference Number.
 
Please contact him for proceeding with the email address below;

Email: micro.home_verification11992011@msn.com
 
Yours sincerely,
Dr. Long Timothy.
Head Of Customer Care Service.
Copyright © 2013 Microsoft® Inc. UK.


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  • Posted: Feb 18, 2013 at 8:59 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Colombo (Colombo Division), Western, Sri Lanka

    i also got same mail and they have told to contact david mares

    delete


  • Posted: Feb 12, 2013 at 4:24 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Oradea, Bihor, Romania

    I got a mail from microsoft promo I won £ 1000000 to contact a certain David Mares at Citibank London

    delete