“Mr Dyer” claims to work for Euro Lottery. Then he goes on to tell me that he is, in effect, a dishonest employee who wants to steal £4.5m from them – and he wants me to help him.
Does this sound likely? Of course not. If he really worked for the Euro Lottery, sending out thousands of emails with his name on would get him arrested by the nearest Police force.
He’s just a scammer – who is hoping you will fall for his scam and start sending him money.
My name is Mr. Paul Dyer,
I work with the Euro Lottery. I am soliciting your assistance for a swift
transfer of £4,528,000.00 GBP, should you be willing to assist me in this
project you will be giving me just 40% of your winnings.
Please do respond by sending me an e-mail: email@example.com
Mr. Paul Dyer.