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Hey guys,

I have just received this email telling me that I am chosen to receive this charity fund and that after I receive it, I could keep 25 % and rest I have to donate it on behalf of someone group.

 

So I just wanted some opinion of smart Neowinians, like what should I do? Should I accept this offer? They need my personal info; Name, Address, Age, SSN, Bank Acc info, Credit Card "for verification purposes" and a US gov issued photo ID.

 

any suggestions? :p

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2012-02-16_free_candies_seems_legit.jpg

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String them along for a while - with made up info

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Use the name Bryan Mills

 

With this photo

 

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seems like the usual phishing for money laundering, and while at it also looking for potential gullible-duck for identity theft purposes.

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you must be new to the Internet. welcome.

 

those emails are totally legit, send me them all the info

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Give him this, it looks legit, just like their email

 

NAME:  Johnathan Doe

 

ADDRESS: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C.

 

SSN: 111-00-1111

 

CREDIT CARD NUMBER: 3333-3333-33333-3333-333

 

PASSWORD FOR CREDIT CARD LOGIN: Noybds (none of your business dumb scammer)

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Use the name Bryan Mills

 

With this photo

 

 

Warwagon, I think we should give them a chance.

 

PM me your personal information and I promise to give you 5% and i'll keep the rest.

 

Deal? :P

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Tell them sorry, but you only do transactions with trustworthy nations such as Nigeria.
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Tell them sorry, but you only do transactions with trustworthy nations such as Nigeria.

 

:P lol

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as legit as this (You may click if you have the guts to claim your prize)
 
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I think this belongs in the Jokes section.

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I think this belongs in the Jokes section.


Moved. :D

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as legit as this (You may click if you have the guts to claim your prize)
 
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I'm gonna say this in the nicest way possible. Please don't take this the wrong way.

 

######, go troll elsewhere with that 999,999 visitor nonsense.

 

LMAO! I clicked to claim the prize ... I did not like my prize.

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I'm gonna say this in the nicest way possible. Please don't take this the wrong way.

 

######, go troll elsewhere with that 999,999 visitor nonsense.

 

LMAO! I clicked to claim the prize ... I did not like my prize.

 

 

LOL LMAO ROFL  :rolleyes:

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I've collected several million over the years this way.
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I've collected several million over the years this way.

 

LOL that is such a Hum thing to say, i love it!

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I've collected several million over the years this way.

 

Grams of sand?

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Rule 1, if it sounds too good to be true, it always is, like the BMW M5 I won, along with 5 million euro from some random lottery I've never played, all I had to do to claim my prize was pay them an administration fee..

If it's lottery winnings you don't pay an admin fee.

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It's 3333 3333 3333 3333 339, you got the Luhn check digit wrong ;)

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I'm gonna say this in the nicest way possible. Please don't take this the wrong way.

 

######, go troll elsewhere with that 999,999 visitor nonsense.

 

LMAO! I clicked to claim the prize ... I did not like my prize.

I thought it was funny, :p

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Rule 1, if it sounds too good to be true, it always is ...

Tell that to those who win big money from the Lottery. ;)

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Tell that to those who win big money from the Lottery. ;)

That's genuine lottery you've paid to enter, I was referring to the out of the blue scammer crap that try to get you to send them money because of some sort of admin fee, for prizes you never entered into competition for :P

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This is as Funny as the Silly Indian Windows Technical phone calls as you have malicious software

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It's scam but you can give it try. :|

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