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Fake Malaysian National Lottery Email

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Ref: MY/9420X2/68
Batch: 074/05/ZY369

Dear Winner,

You are a winner of the MALAYSIA National lottery online program that was held on the 20th of May 2008. You have been approved to claim a sum of $2.5 million USD. You are to contact our AFFILIATE COURIER COMPANY for delivery of your winning certificate and winning cheque of $2.5million USD. CONTACT COURIER WITH THE BELOW EMAIL LINK.

Asia Pacific Courier International.
Mr.Andy Jerry TEL:+60196722041

Congratulations once more from all members and staffs of this program.

Yours Truly,
Goh Song Keng.
Online Co-Ordinator.

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  1. Anonymous said,

    I get about one of these scam offers a day from all over the world.

    I like to respond and ask them to call me with details. The phone number I give them is an "adult conversation" phone line that has high charges, upward of £3 per minute. I can only imagine what such a call costs from Nigeria or Malaysia.

    I know for a fact they sometimes call, as I get follow-up emails telling me the phone number was not correct and asking me for a new one. I've usually had my fun at that point and I just delete the emails.

    Yorkshire, UK

    on September 2, 2008 at 11:29 AM