ENGLAND (OCN) — After warning potential victims about new scams, and making Matthew’s personal gmail address public for them to contact us with updates, we have received lot of tips from readers but now we are getting scam letters as well. Are we upset? No as we are able to repost them here for your help. So far, we get over 150 visits per day from MSN Search, Google Search and Yahoo Search seeing if their winnings are legit but unfortunately, they are not.
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Here is the latest scam.
UNITED KINGDOM SWEEPSTAKES.
Eastleigh – SO505AA,
We are pleased to inform you that your e-mail address has just won the UK
Sweepstakes International Program. Therefore you have been approved for a lump
sum payout of (£1,000,000.00 GBP) One Million Pounds in the Uk Sweepstakes
International Program held on 27th of April 2008, and released today 20th of
May 2008. Your e-mail ID emerged as one of the lucky winners in the 1st
REF No: UK/9420X2/68
BATCH No: 074/05/ZY369
Below are the contact details of our agent on the claims department, he would
guide you on how you are to claim your prize. See details below:
Name: Dr.Christopher Morgan.
Phone: (+4470) 31 907 505
(+4470) 31 907 562
Mrs. Alice Nicolas.
How can we tell it a scam? First, we reside in North America so there is no need for us to enter a contest in the UK and second, Matthew hasn’t entered a contest since 1988 in which he won a pair of sneakers, so telling him at his personal gmail address that he’s won is quite amusing.