Em resposta ao meu e-mail, solicitando o pagamento via uma conta do paypal, recebi o seguinte e-mail.
WINNING CONFIRMATION/PRIZE CLAIM REQUIREMENTS
We acknowledge the receipt of your mail over your winning notification from the Royal Spain Sweepstake Lottery and also responding to confirm your winning in the said e-mail annual promotional programme were your e-mail address was luckily selected at random by model computer ballot machine in this year promotion.
However,we as the fudiciary claim agent in this promotion is to process and also effect the transfer of your winning funds to your nominated account or to you in the mode of payment choosen by you as the true and bonafide winner in this promotion.
Furthermore,we request you forward to us the required information from you before the processing of your winning can be actualized,below are the required information;
1.Prove of your identity(Scan copy of your international passpsort or drivers license or any international acceptable prove of identity).
2.E-mail address that won you this prize
3.Telephone and fax number
5.Reference and Batch number.
Upon receipt and confrmation of this information which shall be duly verified,thereafter we shall forward you the legalization/processing form upon which your winning will be process and transferred to you.
Once again thanks for your cooperation anticipating your earlier
complaints to enable management expedite action.
Jeff Carlos(Foreign/Remittance Department).
Como puderam ler, já solicitaram um monte de dados pessoais, passei pelo site http://scamomatic.com eles mantem um banco de dados muito bom sobre esses fraudadores. Coloquei o conteudo do e-mail, endereço do e-mail do remetente e numero do telefone,
Recebi a seguinte resposta.
The sender address of that email has been used in a known fraud before.
This email looks like a fake lottery scam.
Consider the following facts about real lotteries:
The following phrases should put you on alert:
“fudiciary”, “claim agent”:
real lotteries do not use a “claim agent” / “fiduciary agent”
This email lists mobile phone numbers. Use of such numbers is typical for scams because they allow criminals to conceal their true location. They can receive calls in an Internet cafe from where they send you emails, while pretending to be in some office.
+34693253661 (Spain, prepaid mobile phone)
Conclusão – não ganhei meu 1 milhão de euros, então não enviem e-mails pedindo dinheiro emprestado. E tomem muito cuidados com esses fraudadores, nunca forneçam dados pessoais na Internet, nossa segurança depende de nos.