Harry Black Lottery Winnings Phishing Scam Emails
Harry Black Lottery Winnings Phishing Emails:
I won the lottery prize of $31,000, 000.00 USD and i just commenced my Charity Donation and i will be giving out cash donation of $2,000,000.00 USD to Three (3) lucky individuals and ten (10) charity organizations from any part of the world, you are a sole beneficiary of $2,000,000.00 USD and i would like you to give me the assurance that you will follow my instructions and invest this money in a lucrative business to create more job opportunity to help jobless and needy people in your locality.
To verify the genuineness of this email and my winnings, please see my interview by visiting the web page below;
http://www.ctvnews.ca/ canada/b-c-lottery -winner-s-odd-strategy-earns- him-two-jackpot cheques-1.1301660
Your email address was submitted to me by the Google Management Team and you received this email because i have listed you as one of the lucky millionaires and all you have to do is get back to me via email. Kindly send me the below details so that i can forward them to my payout bank, that will be responsible for the transfer of your donation to your local account in any part of the world.
Note: you are to open an on-line account with my payout bank which your donation will be transferred to and from your on-line account you will be able to transfer your donation to your local account in your country.
Congratulations & Happy Celebration in Advance,
Harry Black gave you part of his lottery winnings as charity contact him via e-mail (harry_black1 @rogers.com) verify by clicking the link below:http: //news.yahoo.com /blogs/sideshow/man-gets-31m- double-jackpot-pair- identical-lottery 1-183158281 .html
innings as charity contact him via e-mail (harryblack89 @rogers.com)
verify by clicking the link below: http://news.yahoo.com/ blogs/sideshow/man-gets-31m- double-jackpot-pair-identical- lottery-183158281.html
The email address harryblack89 @rogers.com, does not belong to Harry Black, so do not respond to these email messages with any personal information.
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