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it's spam and a scam, never reply to that stuff if you do they know they have hit on an active address and they will continue to send more spam.just delete it. http://www.consumerfraudreporting.org/lotteryscam_Yahoo05.php
2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 05/09/2013
Answer this question. Why would a company just randomly give out money unless there was something in it for themselves? Due to the number of lottery scams no legitimate company would ever notify you by email that you have won a prize. Every email that...
5 Answers · Yahoo Products · 26/11/2008
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...
5 Answers · Yahoo Products · 23/08/2008
Never open an email if you don't recognize the address of the sender. It could be a big ol' nasty virus. Also, people don't just give you stuff. Delete the email and have your anti-virus do a complete scan. Also, it doesn't matter what the subject line says.
2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 23/06/2008
its a spam mail, most people get it quite often, you should ignore it.
4 Answers · Yahoo Products · 20/08/2007
Scam. Delete and report to Yahoo.
2 Answers · Yahoo Products · 18/08/2007
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
Yep. Most of us have. Copy the e-mail, with complete headers, and go to: http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/yahoomail/abuse.html?from_url= Fill in the form for the yahoo address (email@example.com) and under 'Additional Comments' say that the...
3 Answers · Yahoo Products · 02/02/2008
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