First up this morning is the "Sweepstakes International Program". Here are some extracts.
"We happily announce to you the draw (1155) of the U.K NATIONALLOTTERY, online Sweepstakes International program"
Youhave therefore been approved to claim a total sum of £4,000.000.00 (Four MillionPounds Sterling) in cash
All participants for the online versionwer selected randomly from World Wide Web sites through computer draw systemand extracted from over "100,000" unions, associations, and corporate bodiesthat are listed online.
Contact Name: Henry SmithE-mail: email@example.com
It even includes the following, very pertinent, warning about fraudulent lottery emails. Well - they should know.
Warning! Fraudulent emails are circulating that appears to be usingNational Lottery addresses, but are not from The National Lottery. PLEASEREPORT IMMEDIATELY
The sender of this email? firstname.lastname@example.org A university in California. Clearly the regular curriculum there doesn't keep the little toads busy enough.
Delete this. You haven't won anything. Students Don't have £4m to give away.