Lottery fraud, part II

You're reading Mikko Saari's blog Life and opinions. This entry was written 10/15/2003, at 17:30.

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Well, of course Dr. Richmond didn't mind when someone else wanted to claim my lottery prize. That's pretty obvious. He replied pretty fast. That's what he wanted:

"I write to notify you that you are one of our lucky winners in our fortune lottery programs,the name attach to your email address was selected through computer ballot system,kindly scan or write your identifcation like working I.D student I.D,drivers licence or international passport through my email for more verifications,and also to avoid double claims of funds,delays,and complications in our program."

Too bad my friend Jooseppi (born yesterday) has no ID whatsoever. That didn't stop me from sending Dr. Richmond Jooseppi's pass port scan and driver's license scan.

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Posted by: Iain at October 15, 2003 6:55 PM

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