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You have been awarded 500,000.00 GBP by Dave and Angela Dawes Scam

2013-11-13T09:41:28 -  +
You have been awarded 500,000.00 GBP by Dave and Angela Dawes Scam

If you receive the fraudulent e-mail below: "You have been awarded 500,000.00 GBP by Dave and Angela Dawes, the Euro Millions L.o.t.t.er.y winners.", please do not follow the instructions in it. The e-mail message was not sent by Google inc, but instead, sent by scammers. Sending your personal information to these criminals will only help them rip you off. Every day, thousands of these email messages are sent out by scammers to trick their potential victims into stealing their personal information and/or sending money.

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A Copy of the Lottery Scam Email

Attn; Beneficiary;
Dear Beneficiary,

You have been awarded 500,000.00 GBP by Dave and Angela Dawes, the Euro Millions L.o.t.t.er.y winners. Your email address was among the emails which was submitted to us by the Google inc. as a web user, to be one of our beneficiaries, kindly send us the below details so that we can issue a valid cheque for £500,000.00 pounds in your name, hence we can effect the delivery of the funds to your home address or by bank transfer of funds;

*Full Name:

*Mobile Number:

*Full address details:

*Age:

*Country:

You can read more about us or for genuineness please visit the web pages below.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/ howaboutthat/8820740/ 101m-lottery-jackpot-winners-Dave- and- Angela-Dawes-to-give -millions-to-friends-and-family.html

Best regards,

Dave Dawes..

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  • Posted: Feb 27, 2014 at 2:24 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Waalre, North Brabant, Netherlands

    Just received a text message on my mobile, promising 1 million pounds if I sent my personal data through email to a hotmail.co.uk address. I live in Holland...

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