Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Google /Rediffmail


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Dear Winner

You have won prize money of (£500,000.00 GBP) by Google /Rediffmail Lottery for the year 2011 Annual Lottery promotion which is organized by Google /Rediffmail in conjunction with the GOOGLE GMAIL. We collect the emails that are active online; we use electronic balloting System without the winner applying. We only select thirteen people every year as our winners, through electronic balloting machine without the winner applying 

Contact our claims officer detail below.

Name: Mr  Cox Rooney
E-mail: claims212@msn.com
Tell No +447017515412

fill in the below information for your claims: 
1. FULL NAMES...
2.HOUSE ADDRESS: .................
3. OCCUPATION...
4.AGE...
5. MOBILE NUMBER:............
6.STATE...
7. SEX........
8. COUNTRY...
8).I....................... Hereby declare that the above information is true and binding on me. If at any time it is discovered that I have given false information, I will forfeit my rights to my winnings
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5 comments:

  1. is ths mail a fraud?only a gt d same mail n i wanna knw is tht scam?plz rpl asap..

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  2. How can u say that.?
    i recieved a similar mail though i am wondering how sure you are that this is a scam.?

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  3. Here are a few ways you might recognize these messages:

    They ask you to provide your username and password or other personal information (e.g. Social Security number, bank account number, PIN number, credit card number, mother's maiden name, or birthday). Even if they appear to be from a legitimate source, or contain an official-looking webpage, be careful. Spammers often ask for this information in an attempt to steal your Gmail address, your money, your credit, or your identity.
    You might see a warning from Gmail when you open one of these messages. These phishing alerts operate automatically, much like spam filtering. Gmail's spam filters automatically divert messages that are suspected of being unwanted messages into 'Spam'. Similarly, Gmail's phishing alerts automatically display warnings with messages we suspect are phishing attacks so you know to exercise caution before providing any personal information.

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  4. Dear Sir/Madam
    I am receiving continually mail from Rediffmail that I have won lottery, due to this I have given party to my friends and my parents are very happy, but after searching on internet I found the same mail mentioned in the Consumer Court website : http://www.consumercourt.in/suggestions-feedback/37791-google-corporation-rediffmail-lottery.html please confirm that is this a true mail.

    Waiting for urgent response.

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