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East-West Australia Lotteries Scam & Spam

Posted by David  •  Dec 6th, 2006 2:52:15 pm - Subscribe | Mood: Funny | Music: Outkast - I Love The Way You Move

Today I recieved in my mail box a East to West Australia Lottery deal. Funny thing is, I didnt even know I applied! Obviously I am posting this as a measure to keep people on there toes of such spam and scam on the internet

from felicia@felicialanza10.orangehome.co.uk hide details 2:43 pm (2 minutes ago)
to undisclosed-recipients <>
date Dec 6, 2006 2:43 PM
subject East-West Australia Lotteries.
mailed-by gmail.com


quote:
East-West Australia Lotteries.
1022 Kingsway Ave., Osborne,
Western Australia, 6018.
Head office: Maliebaan 38-40, 3581CR,
Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Dear Sir/Madam,

YOU WON: ?1,000,000.00!euros
With outmost joy, we are pleased to inform you of the result of the East-West Australia Lotteries International programs held on the 5th of December 2006 drew cash Prize of ?1,000,000.00. Your e-mail address attached to Code number 370011672387-290-02 with claim Number 12093782/42 drew these lucky numbers 894-4563-001-764-64-2911, which
consequently won in the 2nd category. You have been approved to receive a cash prize of ?1,000,000.00 (One Million Euros).
Be advised that due to incessant mix up in cash prize transfer to previous winners, we advise that you Keep your winning information confidential until your claims is been processed and your funds (?1,000,000.00)
Transferred to you. This security measure is important; its protocol meant to avoid double claims, transfer and unwarranted abuse of this program by other participants.
METHOD OF SELECTING WINNERS:
Participants were selected anonymously through a private ballot system (computer ballot) from over 35,000 Companies and 70,000 individual e-mail addresses all over the world. At the final draw your e-mail address Emerged as the winner of our last jackpot.This is promotional program takes place bi-annually, and it is promoted and sponsored Orient software Corporation (Orient Networks). It is met to reward some individuals and corporations who have devote Their time and resources surfing the world wide web (www) with
their email addresses. Remember, all winning must be claimed not later than 5 working days from today. After the expiration of that time frame, if your funds are unclaimed, it will be refunded to us and included in our next draws.We hope you will use part of your cash prize to participate in our next ?18million draws in March 2007. Lastly, in order to avoid
unnecessary delays/complications with the transfer of your funds to you, please Always remember to quote your Code number in all correspondence with our paying bank (Deutsche Bank-Amsterdam). Furthermore, should there be any change of your present address, please notify us Immediately so to make the
appropriate adjustment.

Congratulations from the management and staffs of East-West Australia Lotteries.

Kindly, immediately, contact our Paying Bank (Deutsche Bank-Amsterdam) for
your payment advice.
Send them following e-mail:
I?????(your names)??.., with e-mail address???..(your e-mail address)?.., contact address???..(postal address)??.and code number:???.(quote your code
number)??.is the winner of the last East-West Astralia lotteries draws, with a cash prize of ?1,000,000.00. Kindly advise me with details of the process of the transfer of my cash prize.

Contact details of our Paying Bank:
Contact person: Mr. Richard Glass.
Department of Private Banking,
Deutsche Bank, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
E-mail: srvcscust@netscape.net
Tel: +31-647-494-395
Fax: +31-84-752-0508
Congratulations.
Yours in services,
Felicia Lanza.(Lottery Coordinator)
Note: Participants below 21 years are automatically disqualified.
All e-mail transmission/correspondence are 100% protected by our Secure
Socket Layer (SSL) server.

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anonymous Says:
May 10th, 2007

Hi,I received the same e-mail as above,I contacted this richard glass in the netherlands and told him I had reported it to the police in the uk.He naturally replaced the reciever.

anonymous Says:
September 08th, 2009

I received this email just this morning, so these folks, or someone else using the "East-West Australian Lotteries" moniker, are still functioning. This time, the contact person is Mrs. Linda Van Loes. Mr. Richard Glass' wife in disguise perhaps?

Anyway, just posting to provide a tracking footprint for this scam on the web.

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