BMW MOTOR AWARDS Ticket number 42845
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Subject: Ticket number:42845
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SA72 6TS UK.
We are pleased to inform you of the release of the long awaited results of
the BMW CAR INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION PROGRAM held on the 24th Aug 2012.
You were entered as dependent clients with: Ticket number:42845 and
Promotional code:76456321/BMW. You have been approved for a payment of
£450,000.00 (four hundred and fifty thousand Great British Pounds) and a
brand new BMW 5 Series Car. You are to contact our-accredited agent for
your claim now.
Mr. Moses David
You are also advised to provide him with the under listed information:
1.Name in full.
2.Address in full.
Once again congratulations.
Dependent? Clients? Dependent on what? How can one person be more than one client?
Does this make any sense to you? Well there is a reason for the confusion, it is a scam. There is no car, there is no money, only empty promises and a guy who is ready to steal your hard earned cash.
By under listed you mean the information is not important, right? So there is no need to send it.
Never supply personal information via e-mail when someone, out of the blue, suddenly requests it. If you really entered the competition they would have known who you are. Remember: You can't be entered into a draw like this by accident.
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