$1,000,000 from YAHOO ASIA International Email Lottery Promotion

Subject: Congratulations To This Email
From:   YAHOO ASIA <test@chemia.bialystok.pl>
Date:   2017-10-12
To:    
Reply-To:   yah.asiapromo@yahoo.com

Dear Email Beneficiary!!

Congratulations as your email address has qualified you a winning on the on-going YAHOO ASIA season organized award international email lottery promotion. You should know you have been entitled to claim a sum Of USD 1,000,000 ( One Million United States Dollars ) cash prize winning.

You are advised to kindly report immediately for your claim on this email: yah.claimdept@yahoo.com and also informed with your necessary details of recognition. ( e.g Full Name, Residential address, Country, Telephone Number, Sex and Age ).

Yours Sincerely
Yahoo Team
Asia Pacific Regional
Bangkok Thailand.


Newer variation of the same lottery scam e-mail:

Subject: Congratulations To This Email
From:   YAHOO ASIA <test@chemia.bialystok.pl>
Date:   2017-12-12
To:    
Reply-To:   yahasiapromo@yahoo.com

Congratulations to the recipient of this email address, as we wish to let you know that your email address has won on our ongoing YAHOO ASIA lottery awards international email promotion season prize draw.

The beneficiary of this email address should understand that you have been entitled to receive a lump sum payment of USD 1,000,000.00 ( One Million United States Dollars ) as cash prize. To have your claim process, you are advised to contact with the claim office department on this email: yah_claimdept@yahoo.com Remember to forward along to the email with your relevants necessary details, which includes your Full Name, Address, Country, Nationality, Occupation, Gender, and Age.

We hereby once again, wishes your email address congratulations for your fortunate on this success, This message is from YAHOO ASIA Pacific organization promotion lottery.

Yours Sincerely,
Yahoo Team
Asia Pacific office
Bangkok Thailand.


Scammer Alert

Scam alert! The E-mail above is a SCAM. It’s a Nigerian Lottery scam, the story and all names & roles are fake. Yahoo has nothing to do with this fake story! The scammers will most likely ask you for money upfront as ‘costs’ before you get the ‘prize’ (which you will never get offcourse).

If you’ve received this by e-mail than mark it as SPAM (if possible) and/or DELETE it.

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