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I'm sure most people receive these email scams from time to time.

from time to time i read these scams because they have an interesting title or seem like they could be from an aquantance or someone who wants me have certain knowledge about something.

I read this one today, an email I received, I will share with you because not only does it involve a cash prize, but a Toyota... I believe it to be interesting to involve a global company in some sort of human resource finding scam...

your thoughts? I edited the reference number just in case it is somehow linked to my email

Toyota Car Promotions Dept.

Reference Number 799**90.

This is to inform you that have been selected for a Cash prize of £600,000.00 (Six Hundred Thousand Great British Pounds)and a brand new Toyota Camry Hybrid car International programs held 2008 in London Uk. The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection system (ess) from a database of over 250,000 email addresses drawn from all the continents of the world.This Toyota car Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board and also Licensed by the The International Association of Gaming Regulators(IAGR).To begin the processing of your prize you are to contact your claims officer through our accredited Prize Transfer agents as stated below:

Name: Mr. Brad Stockman.

Email: bradstockman88@live.com

Telephone: +44 70359 11140 +4470359 13994

When contacting him, please provide him with your secret pin code TY7448500 and your reference number 799**90.You are also advised to provide him with the under listed information as soon as possible:

CLAIMS REQURIEMENTS:1.Name :2.Address :3.Nationality :4.Age :5.Sex :6.Occupation:7.Phone/Fax:8.Present Country: RegardsThomas MichaelLottery Manager.

Edited by Newbiewar

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Very interesting considering Toyota doesn't even sell the Camry, much less the Camry Hybrid, in Great Britain.

lol didnt know that...

well i was pretty certain it didnt sell the hybrd there...

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