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Dienstag, 24. Juli 2007

Spam E-Mails

Hier ist eine Mail vom 22. Juli, die in meinem GMail Spam-Ordner lag:

from: Sachsen Lotterie
to: undisclosed-recipients <>
date: 22.07.2007 17:33
subject: Congratulations!!! You Have Won A Million Euro...Contact Your Claims Agent.

Sachsen Lotto-GmbH
Central Office
Management and Central Services:
Sachsen-Strasse 52,DE-13370 Potsdam
Germany.

Reference Number: SL/06-GmbH/4009
Batch: SL/06- GmbH/3434

Congratulations!!!

We are pleased to inform you of the result of the just concluded
annual final draws of Sachsen Lotto-GmbH Program.

Sachsen Lotto-GmbH draws was conducted from an exclusive list of
25,000,000 e-mail addresses of individual and corporate bodies picked
by an advanced automated random computer ballot search from the
internet as part of our international promotions program which we
conduct every year. No tickets were sold.

After this automated computer ballot, your e-mail address attached to
serial number 25-6565 drew the lucky numbers 6-13-18-24-33-39 which
consequently emerged you as one of first fifty (50) lucky winners in
this category.

You have therefore been approved for a lump sum payout of
€1,000,000.00 (One Million EURO) in cash credited to file
SL/06-GmbH/4009. This is from a total cash prize of €50 Million Euro
shared amongst the first fifty (50) lucky winners in this category.

This year Lottery Program Jackpot is the largest ever for Sachsen
Lotto-GmbH. The estimated €50 million jackpot would be the
sixth-biggest in Europe history. The biggest was the €363 million
jackpot that went to two winners in a Febuary 2000 drawing of The Big
Game Mega Millions' predecessor.

Your fund is now deposited in an offshore bank with a hardcover
insurance. Due to the mix up of some numbers and names, we advice that
you keep this award from public notice until your claim has been
processed and your money remitted to your nominated bank account as
this is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming or
unwarranted taking advantage of this program by the general public.

Please note that your lucky winning number falls within our European
booklet representative office in London. In view of this, your
€1,000,000.00 (One Million Euro) would be released to you by our
affiliate bank in Europe. Our agent will immediately commence the
process to facilitate the release of your funds to you as soon as you
make contact with him.

To begin your claim please contact our licensed and accredited agent
assigned to you:

Mr.Gray Armstrong
Sachsen Lotto-GmbH
Information and Payment Bureau:
London Representative Office.
Phone: +44-702-402-0585
Fax: +44-870-068-8245
E-mail: info_gray05@yahoo.de

Your claims agent will assist you in the processing and remittance of
your prize funds into your designated bank account.
Note that all prize funds must be claimed not later than One month.
After this date all funds will be returned to the LOTTERY TREASURY as
unclaimed. In order to avoid unnecessary delays and complications,
please endeavor to quote your Reference Number:SL/06-GmbH/4009 and
Batch numbers:SL/06-GmbH/3434 in every correspondence with your agent.
Furthermore, should there be any change in your address, do inform
your claims agent as soon as possible.

Members of the affiliate agencies are automatically not allowed to
participate in this program.

Congratulations once again from all members of our staff and thanks
for being part of our promotions program.

Yours faithfully,
Mrs.Julia Flo
Promotions Manager.
Sachsen Lotto-GmbH.

Ich weiß nicht so recht, was ich mit dieser Mail anfangen soll. GMail hat sie als Spam klassifiziert, was zwar meistens passt, aber auch nicht immer (ich habe schon ein Negativbeispiel dazu). Ich kann mich allerdings nicht erinnern, irgendwo dergleichen meine E-Mail-Adresse angeben zu haben. Komisch sind auch diese "@yahoo.de"-Adressen. Mir kommt das ganze jedenfalls etwas suspekt vor.

Die Mail enthält übrigens keine Anhänge oder dergleichen, was meiner Meinung nach gefährlich sein könnte. Theortisch könnte es aber auch am "wunden Punkt in GMail-Adressen" liegen.