Does anyone received this kind of mail?

YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS HAS WON $1,000,000.00 USD!!!CONGRATULATIONS!!!

FROM: PROMOTIONS DEPARTMENT OF STAATS LOTERIJ INTERNATIONAL,
WINNING NOTICE FOR CATEGORY"A" WINNER-
Ref. No.- LSLUK/2031/8161/06
BATCH NUMBER: 14/011/IPD.
http://www.staatsloterij.nl

Attention:
Staatsloterij International has just concluded its final draws of it’s
periodical promotional program.An exclusive list of email addresses of
thousands of individual and corporate bodies were picked by automated
random computer search from the internet with serial number 5772-54 drew
the lucky numbers 3-4-17-28-35-44and consequently won in the First
Category.

No tickets were sold. Your email address emerged as one of seven
winners in the silver stakes category"A" as email addresses were soughted,
from a total number of 1,000,000 addresses drawn from all over the globe.
After an automated computer ballot of our International Promotions
Program, only SEVEN winners emerged in this category and therefore each are
to receive payouts of $1,000,000.00 USD DOLLAR from the total of
$7,000,000.00 USD DOLLAR SEVEN MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLAR).
However, every email address selected was accompanied by a reference
and ticket number,after the cyber lotto selection, the below ticket and
reference numbers emerged as one of the lucky winners in the above
category.CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Reference number for your prize is:Ref. No.- LSLUK/2031/8161/06
BATCH NUMBER: 14/011/IPD.
ticket number 50941465206-529

For your prize claim processing, we have employed the service of an
lnternational Trust firm. They are to handle the transfer of your cash
prize of 1,000,000.00 Dollar in line with our procedures and upon your
directions.Your prize has been insured to its full value with your email
address and will be transferred to you under their professional service.
To immediately initiate the processing of your prize claim, please
contact the under-mentioned at our claims department;

Mr. F.Vincent
Amsterdam-Netherlands.

Email: staatclaims03@netscape.net

    Tel.:  +31-644 945 401. 

In your best interest(s), you must initiate contact within three weeks
of receipt of this Correspondence. Attorney/Fiduciary Agents, are to
handle all matters with regards to legalization of your winning
documents.You are also advised to send a copy of this email, to the Director of
operations at the claims department, Mr.Frank Vincent,when contacting
him.
You may be required to provide any of the above information during the
process of collecting your prize. We congratulate you once again and it
is our hope that you participate in any of our international programs
in the nearest future.

Thank you and CONGRATULATIONS!!!.

Sincerely,
Mrs.Kate Veldhuizen.
Promotions Manager,
Staatsloterij international,
Netherlands.

P/S I RECEIVED THIS KIND OF E-MAIL TO 6 OF MY E-MAIL ACCOUNTS IN DIFFERENT WEBMAIL SERVER. I WONDER WAT IS THEIR MOTIF… FRAUD?

i receive 2 of these in diff acc -> FROM: MR. KENETH COLLINS,

they r scams…don believe such things…and don reply or give your bank acc no…if u do, later some nigerian guy will call u and ask u to pay da initial money before u get da big sum…after dat they will run away with your money to amsterdam and u will not hear of it… :roll:

Just ignore it and dump it into the trash. It’s
http://www.spam-uk.com/images/NewSpam/BPcanBox.jpg

LMAO!

The mail is scam but the address is true http://www.staatsloterij.nl

My friends from holland told me that :stuck_out_tongue:

Sure is scam one la… just delete it nia… then i ask u la u got participate in any lottery mehh… if not then it’s scam liaw

Man…All I get is a Viagra mail thingy…hate that…better put a spam alert for the word Viagra from now on…but not from my list of shopping item lar…

Fraud always happen nowadays. I even didn’t knew how many people kena tipu by this stuff. Cuz all this long I just ignore it … This is some kind of lottery games right. I guess, they try to cheat people by aksing them to give away their bank account and who knows it might be some a mafia stuff …

yea i’ve reccieved these kinda mails in the form of snail mails. they actually take the time to print up nice formal letters and application forms. how the fck they get my add i also dunno

how they work is that…u have to pay the “Agent” some sum of money, say 20k and after that u’ll have to wait for them to transfer the 1 milion into yer acc. which will never happen.

http://www.419eater.com site where they hit back at scammers. hilarious how they play a fool out of the scam artist

Just ignore it…I received plenty of it.

well at least we let me people know here that just ignore if they received this such of things … such a stupid crap … just blogging my e-mail inbox all the time …

Selling people’s information is very normal these days for marketing purposes. There are already news on the net about foreign telcos selling information about their customers to these ‘marketing agents’ for a quick buck - of course it’s the work of a rotten apple within the organization. It’s the same elsewhere too (e.g. supermarket’s lucky draw forms, insurance companies, recruiting firms, the receptionist holding the company’s address book, etc. which lacks of integrity) which has connections with direct marketing agents. This is just a speculation and it might possibly be true as well. So just treat this as my opinion. :smiley:

[quote=“Jack”]
Selling people’s information is very normal these days for marketing purposes…{snip}…It’s the same elsewhere too (e.g. supermarket’s lucky draw forms, insurance companies, recruiting firms, the receptionist holding the company’s address book, etc. which lacks of integrity) which has connections with direct marketing agents. This is just a speculation and it might possibly be true as well. So just treat this as my opinion. :D[/quote]

Remember all your forwarded emails? The FWD: FWD: FWD: FWD: ones? You know, the one that has a bunch of people’s email addresses on them because they are too stupid to clear them off before they forward it again?

Guess where all the email addresses end up.

yup…mysteries solve to who ever wondering where they got hold of your addresses…[/i]

[size=150]I received it once … :twisted: [/size]

In total my email “lottory winning” amounts to quater of a billion. :smiley: combined from various emails services that i use hehehe… this is all bull craps. scammers, spammers, cheaters, you name it!

say, what about if u try to scam them back instead? heheh that’ would be fun. LOL!

Hai ya if it’s real one they wont ask u to sen even a penny la… and even if they ask you shoul dbe able to deducted the fees from the prize money also… if cannot then it must be scam liaw lor

ahahah!!! yeah I won’t have to work again if I win those much of lottery hehhee