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26th Apr 2013, 00:23
Dear Winner,

Congratulations to you from the Online World Casino Directory Free game website: Online Casino Directory (http://online.worldcasinodirectory.com/) in collaboration with the Canada lottery Board, America Lottery Board and Australia Lottery Board, Promotion Held in United Kingdom few days back. From the free play held your email attach to the bellow Winning Number: FREE/98002/GA

Meaning you are among the lucky winner of £1,000,000. All participants which where Selected from the World Wide Web of over 3,000,000 email user, meaning your email is your ticket to participate in this game you donít need to buy ticket to play or be a winner.


Your winning cheque with all document that back up the cheque have been send to a courier company call Cyclone Logistics. You are requested to send them your details such as:

the information are needed to verify if you are the real winner of this prize.


Company Name: Cyclone Logistics Company.
Contact Name: George Ryan.
Email: [email protected]
Tell: +447024093296

Send all your details to the above courier company and wait for instruction on how to claim your prize from the. We wish you all the best as you claim your prize.

Mr. William Dozier.
Tell: +447024087957

26th Apr 2013, 01:24
Can't speak for the Yanks and the Aussies, but there ain't no such animal as the Canada lottery Board. Probably means you're not a winner. :(

26th Apr 2013, 01:34
Yep, there ain't no "Australia Lottery Board" either. Australian lotteries are run by Tattersalls (now Tatts Group Ltd), a private company, in all but one State of Australia.
The lone Australian state that still runs its own Govt-owned Lottery Commission, is Western Australia - for which we West Aussies are still very grateful for.

The W.A. Lotteries Commission plows vast sums of money back into community projects via grants - including such worthy operations as the RFDS.
IMO, this is a far better arrangement than lottery profits going to some already extremely wealthy shareholders of a private company.

Incidentally - the scammers are still using snail mail, too, as well as email. Our State authorities have initiated a scheme to nail scam lottery win letters and other miscellaneous scams, coming through the mail system - and have already diverted 100,000 of these scam letters to the round file, in the last year alone. There's no business like the scam business, there's some serious money behind it.

Scam letters bound for WA homes seized - The West Australian (http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-/breaking/16865649/scam-letters-bound-for-wa-homes-seized/)

26th Apr 2013, 01:41
So you send your details to the courier company so they know where to deliver your truck load of cash ?

26th Apr 2013, 01:43
Mr. William Dozier is a damned strange name for a Nigerian.

26th Apr 2013, 02:18
There is no such thing as the "American Lottery Board" either.

26th Apr 2013, 02:19
Oh well, back to work. Sob. :{ :{ :{

Worrals in the wilds
26th Apr 2013, 02:54
Nah. I've worked it out. Alisoncc is sending these emails, not receiving them. :E:}

Captain Dart
26th Apr 2013, 03:09
William Dozier was the producer and narrator of the classic 'Batman' TV series.

Erwin Schroedinger
26th Apr 2013, 08:00
William Dozier was the producer and narrator of the classic 'Batman' TV series.

It would now appear that he's robbin.

26th Apr 2013, 08:23
Mr. William Dozier is a damned strange name for a Nigerian.

Not quite as strange as Lord William Smith Esq (Barrister at Law) who wrote to me a few days ago.

26th Apr 2013, 08:33
Erwin you owe me a keyboard. Love it

26th Apr 2013, 08:38
moosp - seconded!

Thanks Erwin. :ok:

P6 Driver
26th Apr 2013, 08:44
Go for it - what's the worst that could happen?

26th Apr 2013, 08:54
Cape, that is an oddity, because an esquire is several rungs below a Lord as any fule kno.

26th Apr 2013, 10:16
An esquire is just a knight's odd job man. Cleans his armour, hires his whores, helps him onto his horse, picks up the bits when a bigger knight wallops him. I don't know why they think that they are so important.