Lottery fraud

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I have won 415,810 euros in a lottery. Which is quite neat, because I don't even remember participating in one. But oops - according to the e-mail I got, I'm not supposed to tell anyone. I'll have to contact Dr. Richmond Berkly (he's a doctor, so it must be really important) to get the money.

Let's see. Company that handles millions of euros doesn't have proper e-mail addresses - all free mail addresses from who knows where. Google search on the company name brings up list of Nigerian scam companies. Hmm-hmm... this one's tricky.

Well, let's see what they say when an imaginary lottery winner replies to them!

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