Email Scams Examples: MICROSOFT WINNING NOTIFICATION

Microsoft Email Scam
Microsoft Email Scam

This is a fraudulent email from a theme “MICROSOFT WINNING NOTIFICATION“. Do not try to contact him by phone or email, you risk being cheated or robbed of her well-known tricks.

From: MICROSOFT WINNING NOTIFICATION <microsoft-awards@microsoft.co.uk>


Email Scams Examples: MICROSOFT WINNING NOTIFICATION
Microsoft Email Scam

Date: Jan 11, 2015 12:33:06 PM EDT
To: undisclosed recipients: ;
Subject:
CONGRATULATION!!!(YOU HAVE WON 450,000.00 Great British Pounds)
Reply-To:
  fincherfelix@she.com

Latter:

“Attn: Esteemed Bearer
Award Numbers: UK/66/2014
Ticket number: EAASL-0005511
You have won 450,000.00 Great British Pounds
We wish to congratulate you for being one of the lucky selected winners
of the on going Microsoft 2014 AWARDS, To begin your claim please
contact our licensed and accredited agent assigned to you.
CONTACT YOUR FIDUCIARY AGENT
Mr Felix Fincher Email:  fincherfelix@she.com
Alternative Email:  felixfincher@she.com
for claim with your: NAME/ADDRESS/AGE/OCCUPATION/TELEPHONE NUMBER.
Mode of Prize Remittance:
(1) Bank to Bank Wire Transfer.
(2) Courier Delivery of Your Certified Winning Cheque and other Winning
Documents safely to you
DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL; CONTACT YOUR FIDUCIARY AGENT DIRECTLY
Sincerely,
Dr Bill Woody”

Reply to email: Microsoft Corporation <webhhkd@outlook.com>

You have won a Microsoft Award,
Kindly view the attachment: Microsoft-Winning-Notification-Doc-Scam
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