Scam email #65860
Re:Western Union Lottery Bonanza
2014-01-31 15:07:51
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Dear valued customer,

This is to inform you that your email address was selected for a cash
prize of $500,000.00 USD.
We are giving this bonanza to all customers who had one time send a
payment transfer through
Western Union or Money Gram.This selection was held on Monday 23 Decber,
2013 in London, United
Kingdom during our yearly audits 2013 on e-mail draws. You are lucky to
be selected as a winner on the draws.

You can track the payment online with sender's name and MTCN on this
website below to see the availability
of the first payment $5000.00 .Click or copy here and paste:


Number (MTCN) 2422927046
Sender's First Name:___ Stephen
Sender's Last Name:_____ Durham
Amount sent:........ USD5,000.00

You are hereby advise to contact the Winner Claiming Agent below for
your prize winnings bonanza payments today :

Mr. Paul E.Turner (Payment Director).
Western Union Head-office,
Lagos Republic Of Nigeria
Email: transfer.dept334@freemail.hu
Phone : +2348104839350

Contact him now with the following information for direct transfer of
your winning prize bonanza $500,000:00 USD
to you today without further .Congratulations from all members and
staffs of this promotion.

Raymond Johnson, Co-ordinator
Western Union Bonanza Programme.
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