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  1. Yahoo does not now or ever did have lotteries or awards. This is a scam to get your info and bank account, so they can get your money. Just mark it spam. Never open these things, it sends a message back that...

    4 Answers · Yahoo Products · 18/06/2009

  2. It's a scam,hope you didn't click any links.Report it as spam then delete from spam folder.

    7 Answers · Yahoo Products · 28/12/2009

  3. I wouldn't trust it

    2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 25/04/2009

  4. Absolutely not legitimate. It's a SCAM. This is yet another variation on the Nigerian (aka 419) money scam. Do not, under any circumstances, give out any of your personal information. The first line says how...

    5 Answers · Yahoo Products · 24/03/2009

  5. No I've never received one of those but even if I did I would delete it. Anybody who hands over personal information via the internet are crazy and should know it is a scam. It is so obvious that email is a scam since they...

    2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 10/03/2009

  6. Sorry friend but there is no Microsoft, Yahoo or other e-mail lottery, it's a scam do not answer do not give personal information.The following sites give more information http://www.snopes.com/crime/fraud/nigeri... http://www.thescambaiter.com/forum/showt... http...

    8 Answers · Yahoo Products · 29/06/2009

  7. obviously a fake

    3 Answers · Yahoo Products · 02/02/2009

  8. Yep, 100% genuine mate, go for it! I did and the money has changed my life! Just send your bank details and stuff to the address they give you and as it says don't report them or talk about it or anything. Lucky you eh!

    2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 19/01/2009

  9. It’s a scam thousands of these deceptive emails are sent every day there used to commit identity theft, or try to get you to send money. DO NOT send any bank/personal details click the link below to see what yahoo say about this. http://help.yahoo.com/l...

    5 Answers · Yahoo Products · 13/06/2009

  10. No.... Definitely not. Check the email address at the bottom; it's a GMail address. I'm 99% sure that a Yahoo! rep. would have a Yahoo! e-mail address. Check this page: http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/yahoomail/abuse/abuse-63.html

    8 Answers · Yahoo Products · 08/11/2008

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