i received a few of these, have you too?
COCA-COLA ONLINE PROMO 2011
PATH LONDON SE1 3PW, UNITED KINGDOM
Reference Number: CCLP/CC2011/2045
We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Coca-Cola Online Promo 2011 held on 8th January, 2011. Your e-mail has won you the sum of 1,200,000GPB (One Million, Two Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds).
To file for your claim, please contact our Claim Agent Mrs. Helen Micheal and Provide her with the information below:
NOTE: MODE OF DELIVERY OF FUND
(1) Bank Transfer
(2) Courier Delivery
Ensure the above details are correctly filled.
CONGRATULATIONS ONCE AGAIN!
Mr. Defoe Jones
Coca-Cola Online Promo 2011©
If you are not so greedy,you won't be affected by such mails..
Use DELETE Button without opening the mail..
I'm not gready, i didn't even participate in such a contest
and with a mail title like this you can excpect anything:
by the way as an internet marketer i get about 250 mails per day, allmost all about making money, and all sorts of advertisements.
i am sorry if i just want to warn people hey.
I'm sorry but if you fall for that you are too dumb to be on the Internet
Thanks for posting the warning, steffer!
Daft thing is, if the prize had been a bit lower, say £30,000, more people might have fallen for it.
I get phone calls from my bank (yeah right!) often. I always remind them that they called me, and as such should know who the hell they are calling (where as I don't know who the hell they are as I did not call them!). They should be giving me their info not the other way around! I then call or go into my bank to find out if there is anything I need to worry about with my account and why. I find those the worse then the email scams.
Thanks for the warning. I have seen this and several others like it. I try to report these e-mails whenever I can.
I get these daily. Today it was from the Shell oil company, where I had won their lottery. Although I had hoped for gas for life it turned out to be only for $2.5 mil so I didn't even bother to collect it.
If you didnt enter the competition or the promotion then you cant possibly win a prize...dont be stupid enough to think you can...delete at once !!
look i am not stupid and will never fall for these mails
but, on the other hand there are plenty of people who do.
Am i calling them stupid? no i don't
even now are there people, who aren't experienced with the net yet, so it's just a fair warning fo all.
So in case of doubt, yes delete such an emails at once!
@ wilderness, yep, a few days ago i also recieved on from (shell)
@izzm; yes, i think you're right
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