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Oct 15, 2009

Lottery Scam Email Sample

From: Mr. Timothy Cole (
Medium riskYou may not know this sender.Mark as safe|Mark as junk
Sent: Thu 10/15/09 12:05 AM

Dear e-Mail User,

Your email has won £ 852,000.00 from the Uk National Lottery Board .contact Mr. Graham Smith via
1. Full Name:2. Country:3. Contact Address:4.Cell Phone Number:
5. Office Phone Number 6. Marital Status:7. Age:8. Occupation:
9. Company:10. Winning Email:
Tell: +447035957784

Yours Truly,
Mr. Timothy Cole
Online/Lottery Co-ordinator.

Oct 10, 2009


This is new Nigirian Scam email:

From: Arife Dominic (

Sent: Fri 10/09/09 9:40 PM

From Mr Arif Dominic
Auditing and Account
Bank Manager
Jakarta Indonesia


I am a staff in one of the bank in Indonesia. I am writing following an opportunity in my office that will be of benefit to both of us. In my department we discovered an abandoned treasure that contain the sum of $5.5 million,(Five million five hundred thousand Us Dollars)in safe keeping room that belongs to one of our foreign customers Late Mr.Robert Greg an American who unfortunately lost his life in the Tsunami disaster in Thailand 2004,including his wife and Two of his daughters. Since we got information about his death, we have been expecting his partner or relatives to come over and claim his money because we cannot release it unless somebody applies for it as partner or relation to the deceased as indicated in our banking laws and guild lines.

Unfortunately I learned that his supposed next of kin died along with him in the knowledge of this treasure behind for the claim.It is therefore upon this discovery that I now decided to make the deal with you and make sure we bring it out as the partner of beneficiary of the deposited treasure for safety keeping and subsequent disbursement since nobody is coming for it and we don't want this money to go back into Bank as unclaimed.

The banking law and guidelines here stipulates that such treasure remained after five years the money will be transferred into banking treasury as unclaimed property.We will share the percentage equal, in any expenses we did will be deduct from the money before sharing. Your share will be 50% and my own will be the same after we have remove the money for our expenses.

Please note that all necessary arrangement for the smooth release of these deposited treasure to you has been finalized.I will discuss more in details when I do receive your response.You can reach me in my private email:

Best regards,
Mr Dominic

Jun 29, 2009

Identity Theft And Your Social Security Number

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America. A dishonest person who has your Social Security number can use it to get other personal information about you. Identity thieves can use your number and your good credit to apply for more credit in your name. Then, they use the credit cards and do not pay the bills. You may not find out that someone is using your number until you are turned down for credit or you begin to get calls from unknown creditors demanding payment for items you never bought.

Identity Theft

Definitions of identity theft on the Web :

Identity theft is a crime used to refer to fraud that involves someone pretending to be someone else in order to steal money or get other benefits. The term is relatively new and is actually a misnomer, since it is not inherently possible to steal an identity, only to use it. The person whose identity is used can suffer various consequences when he or she is held responsible for the perpetrator's actions. In many countries specific laws make it a crime to use another person's identity for personal gain.

Identity theft is somewhat different from identity fraud. However, the terms are often used interchangably. Identity fraud is the result of identity theft. Someone can steal or appropriate someones identifying information without actually committing identity fraud. The best example of this is when a data breach occurs. There has been very little evidence to link ID fraud to data breaches. A Government Accountability Office study determined that "most breaches have not resulted in detected incidents of identity theft".A later study by Carnegie Mellon University concluded that "the probability of becoming a victim to identity theft as a result of a data breach is ...around only 2%".More recently, one of the largest data breaches ever accounting for over four million records resulted in only 1800 instances of identity theft.

Jun 24, 2009

How to know Scam Pages

The following steps can be done for all kind of Emails(Banks,Paypal,Ebay and .....ect) so you can know if it is real or scam

Every Strong Web Have weakness , Every Strong Web Spider Have Weakness !

Steps to figure out if the page you are viewing is fake , WHICH SPAMMERS CANNOT EVADE !

- GOTO Internet Explorer --> FILE --> Properties

Check the URL you are visiting right now ... try it with my blog .. here an exapmle picture :

Connection : Not encrypted ( all banks and online merchants use ENCRYPTED CONNECTION )

- ALMOST all scam pages are 2 file types only : HTML + PHP Or PHP only .

ALMOST All Secured Pages are not HTML+PHP or PHP only ! .

- THE page will continue and say you updated your information , EVEN IF you enter wrong credit card number (FOR EXAMPLE).
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