How did I know this was a scam without even reading the subject line? Because the subject was written entirely in capital letters – a giveaway that this is a scam. As I said time after time on this blog, no organisation anywhere ever holds random email draws. They are all scams. You cannot win a lottery/draw or award that you have not entered.
This is a scammer who wants to take your money by charging you fees. Ignore him or her. The scammer seems to have been stupid enough to use their real email address to send this – and is either a student or member of staff at the Sorbonne.
CONGRATULATIONS! CONGRATULATIONS!! CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Your Email I.D was selected at random and you have therefore been awarded the
sum of £850,000.00 (Eight Hundred And Fifty Thousand Great British Pounds
Sterling) in the ongoing UNF GRANT DONATION PROMOTIONS 2011/2012 AWARD.
For more info on claims please contact:
Mr. Adams Fowler
Information and payment Bureau:
London Representative Office
Tell: +(44) 7024098913
Direct all email/reply to (email@example.com)
Reply as soon as possible for quick verification and claim.
Reply along with your names, mobile number, contact address and keep this
winning information confidential to avoid external claims.
Ce message a été envoyé par le Webmail Sorbonne via IMP.