2020 Ongoing Microsoft Email Draws Lottery Scam

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2020 Ongoing Microsoft Email Draws Lottery Scam

The "2020 Ongoing Microsoft Email Draws" Lottery Scam

From: MICROSOFT® CORPORATION - carla2@alice.it

Date: Thu, Mar 26, 2020, 3:11 PM

Subject: Attn

MICROSOFT® CORPORATION

We wish to inform you that you have won (2.3MILLION GBP ) in our 2020 ongoing MICROSOFT (email) draws.

Name:Andrew Wells

Tel :WHATSAPP PHONE:+442033897058(United Kingdom Office) (Call for verification 24Hrs)

E-mail:andrewwells042@gmail.com

In your reply email, You are to establish contact with the Following details

Name

Residential/Office Address

Mobile/Tel No.:

Age

Sex

Thanks & Regards

MICROSOFT® CORPORATION

Your Personal Unique Ticket Code Is:

YQUEFGNDVXBEGFIX

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