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Un lector de este blog nos manda este correo que recibió, en el que le informan de un premio de una promoción de Microsoft.

Naturalmente, ni existe el premio, ni la promoción, ni nada de nada. Se trata de un aviso de premio falso con la única intención de solicitar posteriormente algún tipo de pago para recibir el premio.

Asunto: Winner of 500,000.00 GBP!<br />
De: \”Ms Word Lottery\” <info@win.co.uk> </p>
<p>Dear Esteemed Winner,</p>
<p>We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Microsoft<br />
Word International Promotions Program .Your e-mail address<br />
attached to Winning number 05-12JAN-2008-02MSW,<br />
serial S/N-00168, drew the lucky numbers 887-13-865-37-10-83<br />
which consequently won in the 1st category, you have therefore<br />
been approved for a lump sum pay out of 500,000.00 GBP This is<br />
from total prize money of GBP2,500,000.00 POUNDS shared among<br />
the five international winners in this category. To claim your prize<br />
kindly submit the completed form to your verification unit<br />
by email: VERIFICATION FORM BELOW:</p>
<p>*Name of Winner:<br />
*Address:<br />
*City/State:<br />
*Nationality:<br />
*Sex:<br />
*Email Address:<br />
*Phone no:<br />
*Occupation:<br />
*Age:<br />
*Amount won:.</p>
<p>The claims officer contact email is:<br />
Name: Mrs Vanessa White Scott<br />
E-mail: verification999@yahoo.com.hk</p>
<p>Yours Truly,<br />
Mrs. Dolly Michaels<br />
Co-ordinator(Online Promo Programme)</p>