Christian Ross


I’m a little busy and not going to be able to claim on this so I thought I’d post it here for anyone else who wants to pick it up. Viva la World Cup!


The Internet Lottery team in conjunction with South Africa 2010 Internet Lottery is proud to inform you that you have won US$ 1, 430,365.00 (One Million Four Hundred and Thirty Thousand, Three Hundred and Sixty Five United States Dollars)


Your E-mail address is one of 5 lucky Addresses that have won in the weekly Promotion.

The Internet Lottery, is an Internet based Lottery, Whereby all winners are selected by internet/email server, this email server visits all Internet providers and email address around the globe, be it .com, .org, .net and all country based web abbreviations, as you have .ca in Canada and .uk in United Kingdom, AOL and hotmails. We select one million email addresses from all over the globe after which 5 email addresses become the winning e-mail address.

This International Lottery was organized and sponsored by African Internet Society (AIS) to create more awareness for African internet Society and The South Africa 2010 Soccer World Cup.


Your Winning Serial Number is: ZAR/1010/ZA/2009, Batch Number: 1710/ZA/2009.
Just contact our processing agent / regional claim department below for claiming of your prize and remember to quote your Serial and Batch Number for easy processing of your prize. That’s it!

Agent: Mr. Kular Christ
Tel: 00 27 71 041 9494

To avoid unnecessary delays and complications, please contact your agent with the following details in any correspondences with our designated agents.

1 ) Full Name:
2 ) Address:
3 ) Ticket Numbers:
4 ) Batch Number:
5 ) Serial Number:
6 ) Winning Number: & The Bonus
7 ) Date of Draw:
8 ) Phone Numbers:
9 ) Fax Numbers:
10 ) Email Address:
11 ) Sex:
12 ) Age:
13 ) Occupation:

You welcome by Irvin Khoza (chairman of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Local Organising Committee)
Congratulations again


3 responses to “Lottery”

  1. christian says:

    jeah i have won too

  2. James says:

    Oh my! I won too! What will you do with your winnings? 🙂

    I wonder how many people world-wide actually respond to these types of scams.

  3. Christian says:

    Ha, hopefully people are starting to figure out they are no better than the junk mail they’ve gotten for years in their mailbox claiming they have won new cars, boats, plane tickets, etc.

    If it’s too good to be true…

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