Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Microsoft Spam Emails (watch out)

There will always be spam emails everyday, and some of them are pure stupid. Most spam emails I’ve received so far is all about lottery, jackpot and similar stuff saying that I’ve won this and that. I have received a similar spam email today with the subject “Microsoft Promotion Award Team” – see below.

REF NO: M154S/WL06.
The prestigious Microsoft and MSN have set out and successfully
organised a Sweepstakes marking the beginning of the year anniversary, The Management rolled out over 100,000.000.00 (One Hundred Million Great Britain Pounds) Begining of the year lucky email selected draws. Participants for the draws were randomly selected and drawn from a wide range of web hosts which will be given the opportunity to benefit from year our patronage.Your email address as indicated was drawn and attached to ticket number 008795727498 Chip Number: 8977742 and drew the in cash credited to file MSW/9080118308/02/LA.u have therefore won the entire winning sum of £1,000,000.00 (One Million Great Britain Pounds). The draws registered as Draw number one was conducted in Brockley, London United Kingdom on the 30th of January 2007. These Draws are commemorative and as such special.Please be informed by this winning notification,to file your claims,you are to make contact with your designated agent who shall by duty guide you through theprocess to facilitate the release of your prize.To file for your claim,
Please Contact your fiduciary agent quickly via:
Microsoft Promotion Award Team
Contact Person: Barrister Teddy Williams
Tell.: +44-704-570-2035
Tell.: +44-701-1121-410
Tell: +44-701-1129-206
Mrs. Edlyn Albert
Microsoft Mega Jackpot Lottery

Most people will know that it’s fake, but what’s makes me laugh out loud is that their so-called “Secretary” is using Yahoo! mail. A Microsoft staff using Yahoo mail? Guess those spammers aren’t having enough wisdom, this makes their spam/scam fails badly.
Note: According to my research, this is a SCAM. If you reply to the email they sent to you, they will request for your bank information. For your safety, NEVER give out any of your information to the so-called “Agent” to avoid any loses. Just bear in mind, Microsoft staff will never use Yahoo mail, and there is no free lunch in this world.

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