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"FLASH FORTUNE LOTTO SOUTH AFRICA" is a "419" scam operated by criminals in South Africa. It is fake. No lottery by that name exists in South Africa. Fake winning notifications are mailed to thousands of recipients indiscriminately, in order to defraud them of bogus "processing fees".
FLASH FORTUNE LOTTERY
PLEASE, REPLY TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS BELOW:
SECOND QUARTER OF THE YEAR 2006
YOU ARE THE WINNER OF THE COMPUTER PROMOTIONAL DRAW
THIS MESSAGE IS FROM THE PROMOTION MANAGER, INTERNATIONAL
PROMOTIONS/PRIZE AWARD DEPARTMENT STALLION SA
YOU HAVE WON ON THE COMPUTER BALLOT, THE SUM OF US$ 2,950,000.00
Originally posted by Zanzibar
This has been going around for years, it's basically common sense really. Anything on the internet should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 13:46:09 +0000