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  1. 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

  2. This email is a phishing scheme to try to get your money. It is not from Yahoo. Just delete it!

    3 Answers · Yahoo Products · 21/08/2007

  3. 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 (linusagent@yahoo.com) and under 'Additional Comments' say that the...

    3 Answers · Yahoo Products · 02/02/2008

  4. 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

  5. No! Do not give these people any info or especially no money. This is a pretty big scam going on in Yahoo! Mark it as spam so it gets deleted also, and be sure to tell everyone you know it not real. Remember you have to enter contests to...

    4 Answers · Yahoo Products · 05/08/2007

  6. Yahoo and MSN don't have and never did have Promotions, awards or lotteries. This scam has been around for several years. They will ask you for money so they can send you your winnings. Just...

    4 Answers · Yahoo Products · 19/01/2014

  7. Some good answers so far. Lotto scams are *usually* just after your money and the scammers ask for these details to appear 'professional' - after all, they are (supposedly) about to send you your winning cheque and...

    5 Answers · Yahoo Products · 28/11/2010

  8. No, this is a scam. Illegal. They want your information.

    5 Answers · Yahoo Products · 31/03/2007

  9. 100% scam. There is no lottery. There is no Yahoo, Skype, Facebook, Nokia, Shell, BBC, Google, Coca-Cola, MSN, Microsoft, BMW or any other company in the entire...

    4 Answers · Yahoo Products · 12/10/2012

  10. 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

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