From Information Desk:

Yawn – yet another scammer who tells me there has been a “mix up of names and numbers”.  Real lottery runners are:

a) not that incompetent and

b) not allowed by law to be that incompetent!

This is just an incompetent scammer who wants to steal your money.  Don’t reply.  If you do, you just find yourself being asked to send money.

>From Information Desk:
Lotto Center.
70,Van Eeghenstraat, 1071GK
Amsterdam,The Netherlands.

Dear Winner,

We are glad to announce your selection in our Internet Lottery draws.You Have Won 1,500,000 Euros. This is a reward program for the patronage of internet services, and all email addresses entered for this promotional draws were randomly selected from an internet resource database of registered software and domain users; therefore you do not need to buy ticket for it.

Your email address attached to Reference. Number: WIN/08/05/29673/MH and Batch No: 57Z62188893651, drew in the 2nd category,have been approved for the star prize of 1,500,000.00 EUROS(One Million,Five Hundred Thousand Euros).

For further inquiry,please contact our paying Bank,with your Name,Telephone number and your Reference Number: WIN/08/05/29673/MH ,to:
Contact Email:
Contact Tel: +31-645-232-209
Contact Person: Dr.Josep Young.

If you are receiving this notice for the first time, Note: that because of our commitment to ensuring that winners receive their fund, on time, that you will continue to receive reminder until final transfer of your prize money to your nominated account.

Due to mix up of some numbers and names, we ask that you keep your wining information confidential until your claim has been processed and your money remitted to you. This is part of our security protocols to avoid double claims and unwarranted abuse of this program by some participants.

Congratulations from our Management & Staff.

Yours faithfully,
Caroline Laroche (Co-ordinator).
>From Lotto center-The Netherlands.