18 May 2010

Harry Potter Foundation.(You have won £1,000.000.00 GBP)

First of all, let's see the content of the email.
"
From: Harry Potter Foundation<info_101@hfoundation.tk>
To:
 
Harry Potter Foundation.
Customer Services Department
83B Geffrye Street
Potters House, Smt 4Ei
UNITED KINGDOM.
E-mail: info_101@hfoundation.tk
Website: www.harrypotter.com
Ref: HPF/9411X/05
Batch: 026/05/WY83.


This Message is to inform you that you have won Ј1,000.000.00 pounds on the ongoing
The Harry Potter Foundation lotto draw & held in England Wale as part of it bailout plans to assist
individuals and companies in this recent Global Economic melt down and your email address has just
been nominated for it (Ј1,000.000.00 Pounds Sterling's).


For processing and collection of your funds, Ј1,000.000.00 GBP (One Million Pounds Sterling).
You are to contact The Human Resource manager { Mr Scotty Moore } and Quote your reward
and identification number stated:{ Batch Number: HPF 09102XN Reff Number: HPF09788 }.
You are to fill out the information below for immediate process and collection of your reward prize.

YOUR WINNING INFORMATION FORM:
Full Name:
Address:
Occupation: 
Country:
Telephone:   
Fax Number:
Sex:         
Age:
NAME OF PROMOTION:.........
Your Qualification Number is: (A-129-199, S-01-06)
-----------------------------------------------------------
Human Resource Manager:
Mr Scotty Moore.
Phone:  (+44)-704-57-17315
            (+44)-702-406-0689
E-mail: scotty-harryfoundations@hotmail.com

Yours truly,
Dr . Robert  Millar
Copyright ©HARRY POTTER FOUNDATION UK. Rights Reserved.
"

Obviously, this is a scam email. As you can see, the email of the manager is a FREE account from HOTMAIL. In other words, you and I can also send something like this any time.

Without any hesitate, I recommend you delete this kind of email immediately. Feel free to give me a comment about this topic. It will be a great support to Xaivier Blog.

Written by: Xaivier Chia

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2 comments:

Hari said...

Thanx for the information.
I'm Hari from India. I too got the same email, but the sender is a bit different i.e. harrypotterfoundation2@comcast.net

Xaivier Chia said...

Hi, Hari,

Please don't be surprised. In my experience, I had received a totally same scam email from two different sender in the same day.

Thanks for your sharing and information here.

Good luck.

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