Dienstag, 28. August 2012

Ist das real?

Diese Email war heute im Posteingang.
Ich frage mich, welchen Sinn sie verfolgt, welches Ziel die Absender haben und - ein ganz klein wenig - ob soetwas wie in Aussicht gestellt, tatsächlich passieren kann.
Vorerst scheint mir dies allerdings eher ein Kuriosum zu sein .... und nicht wirklich ernstzunehmen. Oder?

Dear Recipient,

This is a formal email sent to you. I and my wife (A*** and V*** L***) won a Jackpot Lottery of $11.3 million in July and we don't need all the money, We resides here in the United Kingdom and so we have voluntarily decided to donate the sum of $1.100,000.00 (USD) to you as part of our own Charity Project to improve the lot of 3 lucky individuals all over the world. If you've received this email then you are one of the lucky recipients and all you have to do is get back to our attorney with your personal information, he is in charge of ensuring all payments are disbursed to the right recipient.

Endeavor to provide the undermentioned information: Name, Address, Phone No, Age and Country of origin of recipient(s). The requested information should be forwarded to the office of the attorney who will monitor the payment to all recipients. The contact information is given below:

M*** W*** & Co 
*** Park Lane,
phone No.:
+44 7** 4** 0***
+44 7** 4** 6***


Please, For more information on our jackpot lottery win, contact the above mentioned office.

Good luck,
A*** and V*** L***
Namen und Adressen geändert.
Tja, wenn sowas WAHR wäre... Sterntaler läßt grüßen!          Sathiya

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