This scammer has emailed me from the Ukraine, using a Brazillian email address to tell me that he or she has won the UK lottery and wants to give me some of their money.
Do I believe him? Of course I don’t. Google aren’t in the business of giving out random emails to benevolent donors so they can send me (or you) money.
This scammer has no intention of sending you money – what he does want to do is take your money from you. If you make the mistake of replying this scammer will start asking you to send money to pay fees. Ignore him.
My wife and I won one of Britain’s biggest lottery of £101 Million British Pounds and we have decided to donate to the less privileged and charity projects all over the world, and make at least 20 people millionaires.
To verify,please see our interview by visiting the web page below.
Your email address was among the emails which was submitted to us by the google inc. as a web user, to be one of our beneficiaries,kindly send us the below details so that we can issue a valid cheque for £1,500,000.00 pounds in your name or direct our bank to effect the transfer of the funds.
Send your response to email@example.com
Dave & Angela Dawes
UEMA – UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DO MARANHAO